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Title: O Kum Shoyn Shtiler Ovnt
Publisher: E C Schirmer Music Co
Composer: Zuckerman, Mark
Catalog #: 6190
Series: Yiddish Choral
This piece of exquisite choral writing uses seamless vocal lines and sweet harmonies to celebrate the calm of twilight. "O, come quiet evening, and rock the fields to sleep. / We sing praises to you, O lovely twilight. / How quiet it has become; the air is turning cool. / In the woods, the nightingale has ended its song. / The meadow turns dim as night comes on; /The white birch stays standing alone in the field."
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