This piece came about at a cantorial conference during the 1960's as a first attempt to explore seriously the use of instruments with chant in a fresh way. The composer decided to use the Harp as the sole accompaniment for this text which expresses an important essence of the Sabbath day - tranquility.
|Series:||Music of William Sharlin|
|Category:||Sacred Jewish Vocal Solo|
|Voicing:||Cantor and Harp or Keyboard|