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Weekly/Holiday Music Program


Sabbath of January 16 and 17, 2015

FRIDAY EVENING SERVICE

M.L. KING COMMEMORATION:
Featuring the Temple Emanu-El Choir and
the Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir

Conductors: James Davis Jr. and K. Scott Warren

Organist: Dr. Andrew Henderson


Organ Preludes —
     Deep River
     Deep River
     We Shall Overcome
     Adoration

arr. David Hurd
arr. Adolphus Hailstork
arr. Adolphus Hailstork
Florence Price
Opening — Lift Every Voice and Sing Rosamond Johnson, arr. Roland Carter
Bar’chu/Sh’ma
 
Max Janowski (Avodat Hakodesh) 18/
Salomon Sulzer
Mi Chamocha Meir Finkelstein
V’sham’ru Charles Davidson (Sephardic)
As the Deer Panteth A. Martin Nystron, arr. James Davis Jr.
Rock-a My Soul
(soloist: Timothy Allen, Tenor)
arr. Howard Roberts
 

Sermon:
The Rev. Doctor Calvin O. Butts III,
Abyssinian Baptist Church

 
 
Halleluyah (Psalm 150) Louis Lewandowski
Adoration Julius C. Zingg 14
Lakol Z’man/Turn, Turn, Turn
(from Ecclesiates 3)
Pete Seeger, arr.
Andrea Rae Markowicz
Kiddush Kurt Weill
Amen Shem Nora
(drummer: Jared Garner)
Sephardic, arr. Matthew Lazar
 

Benediction:
Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson and
Rev. Doctor Calvin O. Butts III

 
 
Closing — We Shall Overcome Traditional
Organ Postlude — Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho arr. Fela Sowande


SATURDAY MORNING SERVICE

Torah Portion: Va-eira


Opening — How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place Johannes Brahms (Oct)
Bar’chu/Sh’ma  Emanuel Kirschner
Mi Chamocha I/Tzur Yisrael Emanuel Kirschner
K’dushah
 
Emanuel Kirschner,
adapted Lori Corrsin
May the Words Traditional, arr. Harry Burleigh
S’u Sh’orim Will C. Macfarlane (Spicker II)
Boruch Shenosan 
 
Will C. Macfarlane,
adapted Pedro d’Aquino
Sh’ma/L’cho Adonoy/
Halleluyah Ivdu Avdei Adonai
Will C. Macfarlane (Spicker II)/Folk
 
Gad’lu/Hodo Al Eretz Will C. Macfarlane (Spicker II)
Etz Chayim  Louis Lewandowski
Anthem — Simple Song Leonard Bernstein
Va’anachnu/On That Day Hunter Tillman
Lakol Z’man/Turn, Turn, Turn
(from Ecclesiastes 3)
Pete Seeger, arr.
Andrea Rae Markowicz
Closing — And Then Shall
Your Light Break Forth
Felix Mendelssohn (Elijah)
 


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