Nardi, Nachum, 1901-1977 composer instrumentalist performerMusic Recording
The Bible in song the stories of the Pentateuch in rhyme and song .[music]
New York : Bureau of Jewish Education
Creation - The ark - The tower of Babel - Abram the idol breaker - Sodom and Gomorrah - Foolish Lot - Isaac - Eliezer and Rebecca - The ladder of the angels - Jacob and Esau - Joseph the dreamer - Joseph the slave - Joseph the prince - Joseph revealed - The babe Moses - Moses and the burning bush - The Exodus - At the Red Sea - Mount Sinai - The Tabernacle - At Kadesh - Moses on Mount Nebo.
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For voice and piano
words in English.
1 score (34 p.)
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