Jewish Music — Web Sites of Interest
We have collected lists of Jewish and Choral web sites that you may find useful. Note that these are all external links. The Zamir Chorale of Boston has no affiliation with any of these sites and is not responsible for their content; they’re included here merely to help you find other pages that you may find interesting. We’re also not trying to be a comprehensive list of Jewish web sites in general — check out the list of lists below. If you would like your site added to our list, please let us know .
- The Zamir Chorale is in residence at the Hebrew College School of Jewish Music.
- Each year, we participate in the North American Jewish Choral Festival .
- We sometimes participate in the Zimriyah in Israel, produced by the Israel Choral Organization.
Jewish Music — Publishers
- Tara Publications (NB: Although their URLs are similar, this site is not affiliated with the Jewish Music Network.)
- Transcontinental Music Publications/New Jewish Music Press
Jewish Music — General
- The Jewish Music WebCenter.
- The Diaspora Museum , in Tel Aviv.
- Hava Nashira
- Jewish Songleaders web site
Jewish (non-musical) Resources
- Jewish Boston Online
- Several lists of Jewish Web resources
- Jewish Resources in the Greater Boston Area
- The Transliterated Siddur , the work of Zamir’s own Jordan Lee Wagner, the author of ” The Synagogue Survival Kit ” (published by Aaronson).
- American Jewish Historical Society.
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Choral and Musical (non-Jewish) Resources
Zamir has no affiliation with any of these sites; they’re included here merely to help you find other pages that you may find interesting.
- American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)
- Greater Boston Choral Consortium
- Choral Music on Records
- Classical Music MIDI archives
- Multicultural choral resources
- MUSICA choral music search
- DemiQ Music, 425-747-4156. An online sheet music publisher of vocal jazz, choral, opera, rare orchestral classics, and unique new works. DemiQ writes to us: “Some of the pieces in our catalog are generically sacred, and can be used in either Christian or Jewish services, particularly “Healing Prayer,” but I would like to add some specifically Jewish choral works to my catalog. If you could forward my request to any worthy composers, I would be most grateful.”