Thank you for visiting Hildegard Publishing Company. Our publishing mission is to seek out and publish compositions by women composers which display the highest level of excellence and musical merit. Because works by women composers have been historically overlooked and undervalued, our hope is to make these gems more widely available for concert performance. Our publishing mission reaches to all centuries including the present day and extends to a wide range of musical forms and genres. Whether your visit with us is exploratory in nature or you are seeking a specific work, we hope you enjoy your visit!
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Works in Our Catalog Based on Jewish themes
Hildegard is proud to highlight works in our catalog based on Jewish themes. We invite you to consider these notable publications for your next concert or service.
- Prayer Service - Sylvia Glickman [492-00113 $30.00]
- Psalm 19 for Soprano and Piano - Meira Warshauer [491-00627 $14.95]
- Bati l'Gani for solo flute - Meira Warshauer [494-02841 $9.95]
- Three Psalms - Diane Thome [492-00149 $42.00]
- The Walls Are Quiet Now - Sylvia Glickman [494-02632 $49.50]
- Carved in Courage (study score) - Sylvia Glickman [496-00031 $40.00]
Head back to school with Hildegard Publishing
Looking for great resources to introduce your students to women composers? We've got just what you need! Check out our "tried and true" publications especially suited for young musicians.
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This moving work for string depicts the emotions evoked for the composer upon visiting the memorial wall outside the Gruenwald S-bahn station in Berlin, Germany.
Commemorates the efforts of the Danish people in saving their Jewish population during WW II.
A setting of the first four verses of the psalm this moving work communicates the silent praise of the heavenly spheres as they traverse their paths, expressing the awesome majesty of the Holy One. The composer was inspired by a quiet and beautiful night under a sky full of stars in coastal South Carolina.