Composer: Christopher Lee FraleyDetailsFormat: Mixed Choir - 4 voicesVoicing: SATBIncidental Divisi: S, A, T, BAccompaniment: unaccompaniedNotation: standardPerformance Length: 3:20 Study Scores & Audio FilesStudy Score & Audio Order Printed ScoresOrder site / Alternate source of score: FraleyMusic.com Texts & TranslationsLanguage(s): HebrewText Source: Psalm 133Text: Hine ma tov uma na’im shevet achim gam yachad.Translation: Look! How good and how pleasant it is when brothers live together. Programming AidsPerformance Difficulty: moderately easyDescriptive Terms: communityJewishHebrewgatheringAllow Excerpts: Composition is a single movementComposer’s Notes: Hine Ma Tov is a standard Hebrew text used in social gatherings. This setting merges the joy of singing a folk song socially with the awe of experiencing the presence of God. While designed primarily as a concert piece, there is also a version comprising of just the tune (F. 163t) that is freely available for social gatherings The original work was Commissioned by Gaithersburg Community Chorus in Celebration of their 25th Anniversary. Additional InformationDate of Completion: February, 2013Date of First Performance: Saturday, May 18, 2013Premier Performance Data: Gaithersburg Communitiy Chorus (Hugh Harvey III, cond), St. John Neumann Catholic Church, Gaithersburg, MDAdditional Performances: 8-Mar-2017: Byrd Ensemble release of the CD: "Stories: Unaccompanied choral music of Christopher Lee Fraley"