EIJM’s editions release 10 new music scores.


10 new music scores by Fernand Halphen and Serge Kaufman complete the EIJM’s catalog!


Two new and previously unreleased musical scores by composer Fernand Halphen are placed next to ten melodies and five pieces for piano already published by EIJM’s editions.

- Vieille chanson
- Les Tranchées


Eight new and unreleased musical scores by composer Serge Kaufmann are placed next to 20 other musical scores by Serge Kaufman, already published by EIJM’s editions.

These written works for solo voice or choir, solo instruments or small ensemble, are now available in paper or digitalized music sheet in IEMJ’s shop. To order or learn more, just click on the names of the music scores beneath.

- Kyra, cantilena for flute and piano
- Matana for cello solo
- lights, monotonous chant for mezzo soprano and viola
- Concertante song for violin and string orchestra
- Elegy for string orchestra
- Kinnor, for harp, flute and viola
- Selah, rhapsody for string orchestra
- Suite yiddish, version for cello and string orchestra

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