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Cantor Erik L. Contzius makes music available for online sale

Cantor Erik Contzius writes the Jewish-Music mailing list:

Dear friends in song,

I'm proud to announce my first foray into self-publishing. I have opened an on-line store for my sheet music. I encourage you to visit, look around, and listen to some of the music samples (all as mp3's). Of course, if you're so inclined, please feel free to purchase a piece or two! I believe you'll find some things you will not have found elsewhere, such as:


  • A Hebrew setting of the "T'fillat HaDerekh" (Travelers' Prayer) for cantor & choir
  • A complete setting of the Hebrew text of "Lamdeini Elohai" for voice and keyboard
  • An anthem entitled "Our Task" for Cantor, Choir, and keyboard with texts from Pirkei Avot and Micah. Makes for a great piece for installations or just a sermon anthem
  • And many others as well!

All of my music is available as downloadable .pdf's (portable documents to be opened with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader), so you don't have to wait for anything to be shipped to you!

So please drop by at: stores.lulu.com/contzius and check out the store. I am planning on donating 10% of my earnings to the American Conference of Cantors.

Yours in song,
Cantor Erik L. Contzius
New Rochelle, New York