|Publisher||SOAM Music Publishing|
|Instruments||voice and piano|
A Mi Sheberach is the prayer said in synagogue, blessing a particular person or group. The name comes from the opening of the prayer, which means May the One who blesses. The first mi sheberach appears in the Machzor Vitri (13th century). This is the prayer that we still say for the wellbeing of the community.
This setting for Voice and Piano was written for the Induction Service of Cantor Jason Green in January 2014 at The New London Synagogue
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