Srul Irving Glick's (1934 – 2002) musical depictions of Jewish life in his Suites Hébraïques are particularly vivid examples of his chamber music. Glick wrote for many other genres, including art song, choral and symphonic music, but these six suites contain much of his very finest work.
for SATB chorusChoral (9 with Voices), A Capella
from the Song of Songs, for soprano and piano (high version)Solo Voice, with Solo Instrument, Keyboards
Angel's kissKeyboard, Piano, One Keyboard, Two Hands
for tenor solo, SATB and pianoSolo Voice, with Chorus with Instrumental Ensemble (1-20 Performers), Keyboards
for solo violinStrings, Bowed, Solo/Ensemble, Violin
7 tableaux from the Song of SongsChoral (9 with Voices), with Solo Instrument, Strings Bowed
for clarinet, and string orchestraOrchestra/Large Ensemble, String Orchestra with Soloist, Clarinet