May the Lord Bless You and Keep You

for SATB choir a cappella

Short choral blessing (text from the Old Testament) written as part of 2001-2003 Composer Residency at San Francisco’s National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi. Premiered by resident ensemble, Schola Cantorum SF

SKU: KEM 1001 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Sacred or Secular:Sacred
Language:English
Season or Event:Blessing, Divine Liturgy, General
Descriptive Tags:Blessing, Jewish, Liturgical text
Voicing:SATB
Instrumentation:A Cappella

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