Sacred Service (Avodath Hakodesh). Setting by Bloch of Jewish Sabbath morning service for bar., ch., and orch. Hebrew text follows 5 traditional chief liturgical sections with additions chosen by Bloch. Comp. 1930–3 after request in 1930 for setting for use in Reform Synagogue, NY. F.p., Turin 1934.
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