Based on a biblical text, “And Miriam Sang” is a song of celebration following Israel's deliverance from Egypt through the Red Sea. It begins in a slow, chant-like manner, and soon shifts to an up-tempo dance-like mood. Although the melodies are original, they incorporate the augmented second interval and melodic formulas common to Hasidic and some Middle-Eastern music. The use of Hebrew text, tambourine and drums add to the authentic feel. Duration: ca. 3:15.
Performed by Michigan State University Women's Chamber Ensemble, Sandra Snow, conductor.
Boosey & HawkesPublication Date:
Zebulon M. HighbenPages:
In High VoiceFormat:
SSAA a cappellaVoicing:
SSAA a cappella
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