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In the Nowakowsky manuscripts, many examples can be found of the Psalm texts set for Cantor, various soloists, choir, violin, cello and organ. These psalms were cantata-like in form with varying musical sections depicting the text. Psalm 24 is a beautiful representation of this style. A highlight of the composition is a canon that occurs between the treble and bass voices following the baritone solo which first states this gem of a melody.
|Series:||David Nowakowsky Choral Series|
|Category:||Sacred Jewish Choral|
|Voicing:||Cantor, SATB Chorus, Organ, Violin & Cello Soli|