Instrumentation: SATB Chorus
Usingers conducted by Michael Slon
Old Cabell Auditorium, UVA
Birkat Hakohanim, known as The Priestly Blessing, is drawn from the Bible, Numbers 6:24-26. The University of Virginia Singers and their Director, Michael Slon, commissioned my SATB a cappella setting of the original Hebrew text. Often found in ancient amulets, and traditionally recited by male descendents of Aaron, it has traditionally been performed during parts of the Sabbath and other services. It also appears in wide use in translation in the Christian liturgy. Conductor Michael Slon requested this particular text, and I was drawn to its rich tradition, as well as the spiritual and sonic qualities of the text. For more information visit www.judithshatin.com. –JS
May the Lord bless and keep you
May the Lord shine His face upon you and be gracious unto you.
May the Lord lift up His face to you and give you peace.
Ye-va-re-khe-kha A-do-nai ve-yish-me-re-kha.
Ya-er A-do-nai pa-nav e-ley-kha vi-chun-ne-ka
Yi-sa A-do-nai pa-nav e-ley-kha ve-ya-sem le-kha shalom.
- Birkat Hakohanim
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