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Clarinet, violin, trumpet and alto sax all should be considered lead instruments. As such, their individual parts will generally include a melody line.
I have, in many cases, also included either a tenor or baritone line as an alternative. These are usually derived from the tenor sax and trombone parts. If you don't see a part for your instrument, look around. There may be some other instrument of similar range and style you can borrow. Flute can easily take a violin part, perhaps playing up an octave. Soprano sax can take a clarinet part.
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Or ask me to provide a transposition. Trombone is generally a counter melody.
In some cases, the trombone and the tenor saxophone are playing the same part. In a small number the trombone part is more like the bass part. If the trombone is missing choose from what is there. The piano and accordion parts for the Kammen songs are pretty good. For other pieces they vary.
Nine Sephardic Songs (Voice/Harp)
Some of them are pretty abysmal. If you look at the piano part and it is bad, do two things. First send me mail and see if I can do something about it. Second go to the leadsheet pending my response. Moved all of the sources into GitHub and enabled automatic building on submission. OK, I haven't updated the news or the front page in quite a while. Here is what came in during the last few months. The following songs are present in lead sheet form, transposed for various instruments. No bass lines or harmony parts for any of them.
Rumenye, Rumenye in G is a transposition into G that is otherwise identical to the original arrangement. It is worth poking around to get the latest versions of everything. I recently upgraded to the latest version of Lilypond. This resulted in a significant change in the layouts of some of the music. I have now finished cleaning up all of the problems caused by that change. Anything you download now should have a reasonable distribution across pages.
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I just added Ikh Bin a Kleyner Dreydl. I hope to have more Hanukah songs up soon. I just added some of the songs for performing at Beth Elohim for Simchat Torah.
I'm trying to get the rest of them in. The recording provided is a medley of 2 different freylekhs, Sid's Freylekhs and this one. You have to listen out to the second half to get this melody. This is a medley of Itsikel , Kolemeyke K. You must listen to the MP3 to get the playing approach that is appropriate here. You can listen to the MIDI to pick up on this specific arrangement. A key source that I used to get started on this was found at www. Jerry is still interested in this piece.
I've rearranged things so that the trumpet is carrying melody. In the mean time, it is what it is. It is a Roumanian style hora, not an Israeli style.
The harmony parts are a 3rd or 4th below the melody and a 5th or 6th below the melody. Trombone and flute are currently scored to play a counter. At Rich's suggestion most of the glissandos have been removed from the trombone part. This is a classic Yiddish Khanukah favorite. This is an original composition by Shpilkes's own Arnie Harris. Arnie and Barb are channelling Peter, Paul and Mary on the recording. The alto sax part was based on the the trombone part. The trombone glissandos now reflect what is in the book. The clarinet and flute have high melody parts.
The violin and trumpet have low versions of the melody. The trumpet can play the tenor or a transposition of the alto instead of being heavy on the melody. The piano is just the melody and the octaves of the bass line, sorry!
I hope to get to it soon. This is still in progress. The freylekhs part was pulled from Klezmer Band Folio, Yale Klezmer Band and thus started as a pretty complete orchestration. The hora part is from The Compleat Klezmer and thus started as a lead sheet.
It is sung in Judaeo-Spanish language and tells the story of the birth of Abraham , the biblical prophet. The song, with its original much longer lyrics and its makam rhythm, would become popular in the Sephardic communities of the Mediterranean basin. Around the year , an anonymous author from Tangiers , Morocco wrote a different version of the song, shortening its lyrics and composing a new melody in the Phrygian dominant scale also referred to as Freygish, Fraigish, or Hijaz.
Abraham became the first Jew by acknowledging the existence of one G-d. Abraham in the Bible is the very first man to be circumcised and perform circumcision. Much of this story is based on the account of Abraham's life written in the book "Maaseh Avraham Avinu Alav HaShalom"  as well as the Midrash  regarding the furnace and Zohar  concerning Elijah the Prophet. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
When King Nimrod went out to the countryside He was looking at heaven and at the stars He saw a holy light in the Jewish quarter [A sign] that Abraham, our father, was about to be born. Luego a las comadres encomendava que toda mujer que prenyada quedara si paria un hijo, al punto la matara que havia de naser Avraham Avinu. Then he told the midwives That every woman who was still pregnant If she gave birth to a male child at once he will be killed because Abraham our father was about to be born.
Terach's wife was pregnant and each day he would ask her "Why do you look so pale? At the end of nine months she wanted to give birth, She walked through fields and vineyards She didn't tell her husband anything, She found a cave; there, she would give birth. At that time the newborn spoke: "Walk away from the cave, my mother I have already found someone who will take me away.