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Three Shakespeare Songs By Steve Cohen
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Steve Cohen's settings of three song texts from Shakespeare's comedy, TWELFTH NIGHT, ("O, Mistress Mine," "Come Away, Death," and "The Wind and the Rain") for SATB choir... More > a cappella. The piece was premiered by Gregg Smith, leading the Gregg Smith Singers on February 13, 1999, at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in New York, NY.< Less
Fear No More By Steve Cohen
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A lyrical and elegiac setting of Shakespeare's song text from his play CYMBELINE. Premiered May 27, 2003 by the New York Theaterical Community Choir, conducted by Amy Jones, at St. Thomas's Church in... More > New York, NY.< Less
Sigh No More By Steve Cohen
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A choral setting, for female voices and piano, of Shakespeare's song "Sigh No More," from his play "Much Ado About Nothing." Original music by Steve Cohen.
Longing By Steve Cohen
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A setting of Matthew Arnold's poem "Longing," for voice and piano, dedicated to soprano Felicity Graham.
Stanzas for Music By Steve Cohen
eBook (PDF): $8.75
A setting of Lord Byron's poem, "Stanzas for Music," for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano and Piano, dedicated to Felicity Graham and Erica Rowe.
Adonai Malach (Psalm 93) By Steve Cohen
eBook (PDF): $48.00
A stirring setting of Psalm 93, for Cantor and SATB Choir a cappella.
Dos Naye Lid (The New Song) By Steve Cohen
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A musical setting of "Dos Naye Lid" (The New Song) by Avorm Reisen (1876-1953). The songis dedicated to soprano Leah Tehrani.
Esa Einei By Steve Cohen
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The composer writes, "My setting of Psalm 121 is dedicated to the memory of my mother, Celia Cohen, who passed away in 2002 after an eight-year struggle with Parkinson’s disease. A few... More > days after the funeral, I sat down at the piano and wrote a setting of Psalm 121, almost in one sitting. Cantor Fredda Mendelson came to the house to lead a minyan service, saw the music sitting on the piano rack, and asked me to adapt it for use on the High Holy Days later that year." I turn my eyes to the mountains; from where will my help come? My help comes from Adonai, maker of heaven and earth. God will not let your foot give way; your guardian will not slumber; See, the guardian of Israel neither slumbers nor sleeps! Adonai is your guardian; Adonai is your protection at your right hand. By day the sun will not strike you, nor the moon by night. Adonai will guard you from all harm; God will guard your life. Adonai will guard your going and coming, now and forever.< Less
Y'did Nefesh By Steve Cohen
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A lyrical and sensuous setting of Y'did Nefesh for Soprano, Tenor and Piano. Y’did Nefesh is a piyyut, a Jewish liturgical poem that is meant to be chanted or recited during religious... More > services. It was written by the sixteenth century kabbalist, Rabbi Elazar Azkari (1533-1600) of Safed. Azkari’s philosophy centered on the intense love one must feel for God, a theme that is clearly evident in the words of Y’did Nefesh. As with many other piyyutim, Y’did Nefesh is an acrostic poem: the first letters of each of the four verses make up the four-letter name of God, known in English as the Tetragrammaton.< Less
Kol Ha-amim Tiku Kaf By Steve Cohen
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A joyful musical setting of Psalm 47, Verses 2-3, for unison (children's) choir and piano. Premiered May 22, 2009 at the SAR Academy in Riverdale, NY. "All peoples clap hands, Shout to God with... More > the voice of joyous song. For Adonai is most high, awesome; A great King over all the earth."< Less

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