Adon Olam, Salamone Rossi

Adon Olam, Salamone Rossi


Composed By: Salmon Rossi

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Voicing: SATB SATB (double choir)


Language: Hebrew

Difficulty: moderate

Country: Italy

Solos: none

Instruments: none

Lyrics: Ibn Gabirol

Publisher: Transcontinental

Year Composed/Published: 1622

Timing: 2:10

Tempo: moderate

First Line: Adon Olam asher malakh

description: Salamone Rossi, a Jewish composer working in the Gonzaga court in Mantua at the beginning of the seventeenth century, composed the only substantial collection of polyphonic music for the synagogue to appear before the nineteenth century. “Adon Olam” is a majestic motet in eight parts, utilizing .

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