The 3 most popular songs used in Jewish weddings; Havah Nagilah- played during receptions for dancing; Siman Tov- played after the groom breaks the glass, and Chosen Kallah- played during the reception during dancing, frequently used as the 'chair dance' music. Arranged for string quartet by Harris Shilakowsky.
Dodi Li, from the Song of Songs by King David. This gentle traditional jewish song is popular as a wedding processional or just as beautiful entertainment music. This arrangement by Harris Shilakowsky is for flute, violin and cello. The set of parts includes the 3 instrumental parts, a score and an mp3 recording for rehearsal purposes. Instant download. Unlimited printing. No restrictions on number of times you can print, since you will own the files on your own computer.
Hanukah songs; Chassidic Kaddish, Yigdal, Huda, Maoz Tzur, Al HaNissim, & Hanukah, Hu Hag Tov, arranged for virtuoso violin performer with Gypsy cadenzas, with pyro-technical double stops & harmonics embellishing the rich beauty of the Hanukah songs.
Chosen Kallah Mazel Tov (Bride & Groom Good Luck). Jewish wedding celebration song arranged for flute, violin and cello by Harris Shilakowsky. Instant download of pdf files. Set includes; 3 parts, one score and mp3 recording for rehearsal purposes.
traditional Jewish dance music, commonly used as a joyful recessional after the groom breaks the glass. Also played for the 'chair' at the reception. String quartet arrangement by Shilakowsky. Siman Tov und Mazel Tov, which means A Good Sign and Good Luck is the most popular traditional Jewish dance music, commonly used as a joyful recessional after the groom breaks the glass. Also played for the 'chair' at the reception. String quartet arrangement by Shilakowsky. This arrangement is for string quartet and is written by Harris Shilakowsky.
Putting on a Purim spiel (a performance, like a play)? Use your talented musicians to play along with the singer!