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Chamber Music (Vocal)

Shtetl Songs - For voice and piano (also, a version for mixed chorus). 1985/86. [18'] 
Based on East-European Yiddish songs. 
ISBN 978-1-939382-29-0 
Catalog #: chamvocl-02 

Psalm 23 - For soprano, clarinet, and percussion. 1990. [5'] 
Premiered at the Curtis Institute, Philadelphia, 1990. 
Performed at the "Music Now" Series, Tel-Aviv Museum, 1991. 
ISBN 978-1-939382-30-6 
Catalog #: chamvocl-03 

Kantes del Verdgel de Granadas (Songs from the Pomegranate Garden) - A Judeo-Spanish (aka 'Ladino') song cycle for voice and piano. 2004. [20'] 
American premiere: James Madison University, Virginia, 2006. Published by Composer's Own Press, 2006. 
ISBN 978-1-939382-31-3 
Catalog #: chamvocl-04 

The Dybbuk Song Cycle - For voice and piano. 2008. [25'] 
A selection of songs out of the opera "The Dybbuk." 
Published by The Composer's Own Press, 2011. 
ISBN 978-1-939382-33-7 
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Kantigas Ulvidadas (Long-forgotten Songs) - A Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) song cycle for voice and piano. 2006. [10'] 
ISBN 978-1-939382-32-0 
Catalog #: chamvocl-05 

The Sweet Pain of Love - For solo violin and narrator. 2008. [9'] 
Poem by Nathan Zach. 
The Composer's Own Press, 2011. 

Kinah (Lament) - For high voice and piano. 1998. [8'] 
Biblical text: David's lament over the death of King Saul and his son Jonathan (Book of Samuel 2, 1:19-27). 
The Composer's Own Press, 2011.