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   The following ten recordings are linked to the E. C. Schirmer website.

   The scores will be displayed in Adobe PDF format. When the download is complete, press the appropriate “listen” button on the screen to hear the performance by the Philovox ensemble, Jane Ring Frank conducting.

   You will no longer be able to play these 10 recordings on-line from this website.

      Ani Ma'amin

      Bah Wilderness (Recipe for Fishing)

       Bah Wilderness (Walking in the Woods)

       Chiribim Chiribom

       Half-minyon Nigunim

       Psalm 116 (Truly Lord, I am free.)

       Shall I Compare Thee? (Sonnet 18)

       Shalom v’shalom v’shalom (Peace, and peace, and peace yet again)

       Three Songs for Chanukah: (O' Chanukah, Y'mei Hachanukah)

       Three Songs for Chanukah (Funky Dreidl, I Had a Little Dreidl)

   E. C. Schirmer has also published several of my titles performed by other choruses.
   Please listen to recordings of three of these below:

       Three Songs for Chanukah: (Maoz Tzur)
      Coriolis Ensemble, Gregg Skalinder, director.

       Five-sided S'vivon
      Five-sided S'vivon is performed by the New Trier Winter Festival Chorus, Tim Estberg conducting,
      in a special jazz arrangement substituting piano, bass, and drums for the piano part.

       V'ahavta
      V'ahavta is performed by the Chicago Children's Choir, Danny Wallenberg, conducting.

      A complete list of my pieces that are published by E.C. Schirmer may be viewed by going
      to their composer’s page. Click here and then scroll down to "Applebaum, Robert" (on page two).

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    Spring (excerpt)
    Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller director (from Cedille Records, “Shall I Compare Thee?” CDR 90000 085)

    Witches’ Blues (excerpt)
    Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller director (from Cedille Records, “Shall I Compare Thee?” CDR 90000 085)

    Spring and Witches’ Blues (and Sonnet 18) are included on an outstanding Chicago a cappella recording of
    Shakespeare settings, "Shall I Compare Thee?", which may be ordered from Cedille Records by clicking here.

    Dodi Li, (excerpt)
     Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller, director

    Haneirot Halalu, (excerpt)
     Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller, director

    I, Too Sing America, (excerpt)
     Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller, director

    Quality of Mercy, (excerpt)
     Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller, director

    Raisin Pie, (excerpt)
     Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller, director

    NewAl Hanisim (excerpt)
     Chicago a cappella, Jonathan Miller, director.

    Additional information about Chicago a cappella’s concert schedule and recordings can be found
    on their website www.Chicagoacappella.org by clicking here.

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    Baby’s Dance
     Coriolis Ensemble, Gregg Skalinder, director

    New Year’s Wish (text by Rochelle Bernstein)
     Coriolis Ensemble, Gregg Skalinder, director

    Additional information about the concert schedule for Coriolis may be found at their website,
    www.skalinder.net/coriolis/index.htm by clicking here.

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    We Remember Them
     The B.A. Sextet, Danny Wallenberg conducting.


    Oseh Shalom
     Professional Choir of Chicago Sinai Congregation and Morning Choir of the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
    John Sherer, conducting; Scott Kumer, piano
    Oseh Shalom is available from Transcontinental Music at their website www.transcontinentalmusic.com by clicking here.


    Y’did Nefesh, (excerpt)
     Members of the Choir of Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York. Cantor Lori Corrsin. Organist Pedro d'Aquino.
    Jayson Rodovsky conducting.
    Y’did Nefesh is available from Transcontinental Music at their website www.transcontinentalmusic.com by clicking here.

    Y'rushalayim
     The B. A. Sextet, Danny Wallenberg conducting.
    Y'rushalayim is available from Transcontinental music at their website www.transcontinentalmusic.com by clicking here

    Halleluyah (©1993)
     University Choir, University of MO at Kansas City, Eph Ely, director

    Shema (Listen)
     University Choir, University of MO at Kansas City, Eph Ely, director

    Havu Ladonai (Ps. 29) for SATB and orchestra
     Chicago Institute of Music Chorale and the choir of the Oak Park First United Church, Bill Chin conducting.
      A shorter 5-plus-minute version of this piece is available for SATB and piano.

    Ashirah (from Ps. 104)
     New Trier High School Winter Festival Chorus, David Ladd conducting.
     Ashirah is available from Opus Music, Evanston, Illinois at their website www.opusmusic.net by clicking here

    Hashkiveinu
     Chicago Children's Choir, Danny Wallenberg conducting

    V'shamru
     Rogers Park Children's Choir, Danny Wallenberg conducting

    Jabberwocky
     Evaston Children's Choir, Mary Brown conducting

    Speed
     Pacific Mozart Ensemble, Women's Octet

    Summer’s Bounty
     Pacific Mozart Ensemble, Women's Octet

    The Silent Night
     Pacific Mozart Ensemble, Lynne Morrow conducting

    Additional information about the concerts and recordings of the Pacific Mozart Ensemble
    may be found at their website, www.pacificmozart.org, by clicking here

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