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Do Not Tarry; You Must Run to Do the MitzvotJewish ExponentIn 1913, a young Franz Rosenzweig, sure that he was about to convert to Christianity, entered an Orthodox synagogue in Berlin on Kol Nidre night. Convinced that this would be his last Yom Kippur observance, Rosenzweig was so moved by the experience ...
Over the 25 hour period of the Day of Atonement we will recite the Al Chet confessional over and over confessing to a litany of sins repeatedly. If this confessional is read as a mantra it is meaningless. Rather we should pay close attention to the sins that we are confessing to and develop strategies avoiding committing these same sins in the future, for that is true repentance.
Kol Nidre (All Vows) is the traditional music played on the eve of the holiest Jewish holiday, Yom Kippur. This piece features Jacqueline du Pré (cello), Gerald Moore (piano), Ray Jesson (organ),Osian Ellis (harp), and John Williams (guitar). The writings, visual arts, and photography in this presentation are the creations of Matthew Schwartz.
Recorded in 1922 The Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman (1882-1947) made his début as soloist in a Spohr violin concerto at the age of seven. In Berlin Joachim would not accept him as a pupil, since he was never willing to teach child prodigies, but Huberman studied with there with Joachim's assistant and with various teachers, including Marsick in Paris, while consolidating his career as a virtuoso. He aroused great enthusiasm in Vienna, where he appeared in 1895 with Adelina Patti in her farewell concert, and in 1896 played Brahms's Violin Concerto in the approving presence of the composer. After 1933, when he refused to appear any more in Germany, he turned his attention to the establishment of an orchestra in Palestine, which after his death became the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Kol Nidrei, Op. 47, is a composition for cello and orchestra written by Max Bruch. Bruch completed the composition in Liverpool, England, before it was first published in Berlin in 1881. It is styled as an Adagio on 2 Hebrew Melodies for Cello and Orchestra with Harp and consists of a series of variations on two main themes of Jewish origin. The first theme, which also lends the piece its title, comes from the Kol Nidre prayer which is recited during the evening service on Yom Kippur. In Bruch's setting of the melody, the cello imitates the rhapsodic voice of the hazzan who chants the liturgy in the synagogue. The second subject of the piece is quoted from the middle section of Isaac ...
Congregation Beth El, La Jolla, CA Roberta Winston, Singer; Myla Wingard, Violin; Yochanan Sebastian Winston, Bass Flute, Arranger, Music Director
Kol Nidre from the Erev Yom Kippur Streaming Video from Temple Sholom with Cantorial Soloist and Cello
Erev Yom Kippur Services
Rabbi Steve Blane sings Kol Nidre at Yom Kippur Services for Havurah Sim Shalom which took place at the Theatre Lab on 14th Street in NYC.
rebshlomocarlebach.blogspot.com Reb Shlomo Carlebach -Yom Kippur jewish holiday prayer כָּל נִדְרֵי Kol Nidre יוֹם כִּפּוּר
Join the Sholem Community of Los Angeles as we observe Kol Nidre, sponsored by Sholem and Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring. Our program includes communal songs, responsive readings and instrumental music. It is moving, reflective and a chance to renew ourselves for the upcoming new year.
The extraordinary history and lesson of this moving prayer.
Hazzan Malachi Kanfer chants Kol Nidre, July 2010.
Cantor Matthew Zizmor sings Selections from the Kol Nidre / Yom Kippur Eve Service. Recorded at Congregation Mishkan Tefila, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
...like (times are approximate; I don't recall the exact hours off the top of my head): Erev Rosh HaShanah - Rosh HaShanah - Kol Nidre - Yom Kippur Morning - Yom Kippur Afternoon / Yizkor / Ne'ilah / Congregational break-the-fast Search for more information...
A clip from my new album, "The Ancient Biblical Lyre": www.cdbaby.com This is a clip of track 1, "Kol Nidre" (Aramaic: כָּל נִדְרֵי) - The haunting ancient melody of the Kol Nidre (All Vows) prayer, traditionally sang at Yom Kippur. This haunting song is in the ancient Jewish "Ahava Raba" Mode: EFG#ABCDE. This uniquely Jewish scale may even have its origins in the music of the Levitical Ensemble in the Temple of Jerusalem, as can be heard in Suzanne Haik-Vantoura's alleged reconstruction of the original melody of the Priestly Blessing. For full details, please visit: www.ancientlyre.com Many thanks for watching!
Wilfrid Laurier University, February 11, 2010 - Filip Stasiak, Double Bass - Beth Ann de Sousa, Piano
Dance improvisation on the Day of Atonement, after Rosh Hashanah, in Jerusalem. A day to repent, pray and fast, before God seals the year. Christine Jeanville from France and Evi Gyori from Hungary improvise together on Maurice Sklar's beautiful interpretation of Kol Nidre.
BlitzAdam LambertBlitzEle compareceu ao Temple of the Arts em San Diego e recitou o Kol Nidre no feriado judeu do Yom Kippur. Lambert também participou no The Ten Commandments: ...
Kol Nidre 2009 Temple Beth El, Hollywood Florida
Compañia Nacional de Danza 2, MadridLeverkusen (Pressemitteilung)Kol Nidre, ein jüdisches Gebet zu Yom Kippur, meint in Duatos neue Choreografie ‚Nachdenken und Versöhnung' und setzt sich mit dem Thema ‚Kinder im Krieg' ...
...back until after sundown, when Yom Kippur ends. Because the Sept. 17 concert coincides with Kol Nidre, the start of Yom Kippur, the Cubs have reached out to all three synagogues in the area: Anshe Emet, 3751 N. Broadway; Anshe Sholom, 540 W. Melrose and Temple...
This is me singing Anim Zmiros and Kol Nidrei. I used this video for ajewishstar competition.
A PINCH OF OY, A DASH OF AHH! A BISSEL KRECTSER A BISSEL KVELLER .levassor Duo: Steven Rosen & Richard Goering. www.facebook.com Available at: www.cdbaby.com www.ourjewishcommunity.org and: www.amazon.com Slapin-Solomon Viola Duo author: Scott Slapin & Tanya Solomon. What a great idea to arrange some of the best Jewish tunes out there for viola and guitar. The combination is fantastic, and you guys sound great! a mechaye! Mazal tov! Musicians' Bios: St. Paul, Minnesota native Steven Rosen joined the Cincinnati Symphony in 1982. He was previously a member of both the Netherlands Rotterdam Philharmonic and the Israel Chamber Orchestra. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Music and is a former principal violist and soloist with the Toledo Symphony. He has participated in the Blossom and Aspen music festivals. Stevens' studies were with Abraham Skernick, Martha Katz, Robert Vernon, Victor Lieberman and Salvatore Venitelli. Steven has appeared as soloist with the Cincinnati Symphony. Mr. Rosen is an active solo and chamber player, performing regularly with the CSO Chamber Players, the Taft Museum music series, and solo recitals in the area. He has played Kol Nidre at Temple Beth Adam for High Holidays since the early 80's and has recently released a duo CD "A PINCH OF OY, A DASH OF AHH! A BISSEL KRECTSER A BISSEL KVELLER" with Richard Goering on guitar which includes that masterpiece of Bruch. It is available at www.cdbaby.com and Amazon.com . He has also recorded for Bay ...
A PINCH OF OY, A DASH OF AHH! A BISSEL KRECTSER A BISSEL KVELLER . TheLeVassor Duo: Steven Rosen & Richard Goering. Available at: www.cdbaby.com and: www.ourjewishcommunity.org and: www.amazon.com Scott Slapin & Tanya Solomon, "What a great idea to arrange some of the best Jewish tunes out there for viola and guitar. The combination is fantastic, and you guys sound great! a mechaye! Mazal tov!" St. Paul, Minnesota native Steven Rosen joined the Cincinnati Symphony in 1982. He was previously a member of both the Netherlands Rotterdam Philharmonic and the Israel Chamber Orchestra. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Music and is a former principal violist and soloist with the Toledo Symphony. He has participated in the Blossom and Aspen music festivals. Stevens' studies were with Abraham Skernick, Martha Katz, Robert Vernon, Victor Lieberman and Salvatore Venitelli. Steven has appeared as soloist with the Cincinnati Symphony. Mr. Rosen is an active solo and chamber player, performing regularly with the CSO Chamber Players, the Taft Museum music series, and solo recitals in the area. He has played Kol Nidre at Temple Beth Adam for High Holidays since the early 80's and has recently released a duo CD "A PINCH OF OY, A DASH OF AHH! A BISSEL KRECTSER A BISSEL KVELLER" with Richard Goering on guitar which includes that masterpiece of Bruch. It is available at www.cdbaby.com . He has also recorded for Bay Cities Records as the violist with the Korngold Quartet. Guitarist ...
Avraham Freid sings Yonteff Eirlichs Kol Nidre. Is in yiddish about a jewish sailor who suddenly right before Yom Kipur remembers the niggun and words of kol nidre.
No cars in Tel Aviv for a whole day Music: Kol Nidre, Max Bruch
...are said. Some are only spoken at certain times and in groups while others may be chanted alone and/or throughout the day. Yom Kippur Prayer #1: Kol Nidre Just before daylight ends on Yom Kippur, Jews wearing white and their prayer shawls (tallitot) come together...
We visit Congregation Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia to learn about Yom Kippur. This 25-hour process involves fasting, prayer and self-sacrifice to atone for wrongdoing and seek improvement. It concludes with the Kol Nidrei hymn, the holiest moment of the year for Jews.
celebrated violin recording Artist / fiddler Dan David plays Kol Nidrei for Yom Kippur (Sept 27, 2009)
From before the 2009 Kol Nidre service at Temple Emanuel in Beverly Hills. It's been 50 years since Perli and Mira Pelzig installed art work a the temple including unique metal and stained glass windows in the Main Sanctuary and the Ark and wood with copper enamel panels depicting the six days of creation in the Chapel.
Singing after Kol Nidre services at City Winery
...Kippur is Chatima Tova, which is shorthand for may your name be written in the good book. Yom Kippur services began with the Kol Nidre, an ancient prayer that literally means "all vows" In his Yom Kippur message to the community, Diamond stressed the need...
Rob Schenck talks with his friend Pastor Steve Mays of the very large Calvary Chapel South Bay church in Gardena, California, about the visit they made to an Orthodox Jewish Synagogue for a Yom Kippur evening service. You've got to watch this!
North Shore Unitarian Church Choir 2100 Halfday Road Deerfield, Illinois 60015 Wayland Rogers, Musical Director, led a special musical service in honor of Yom Kippur Sunday, 27 September, 2009 - 5770 The Day of Atonement ... Sacred Therapy For All People
Yom Kipur es la conmemoración judía del Día de la Expiación o Perdón. Es uno de los Yamim Noraim (hebreo, "los Días del Temor"). Los Yamim Noraim consisten en Rosh Hashaná (Año Nuevo), los diez días del arrepentimiento, y culminan con Yom Kipur. En el calendario hebreo, Yom Kipur comienza en el anochecer del noveno día del mes de Tishrei, y continúa hasta el anochecer del siguiente día. Yom Kipur es el día judío del arrepentimiento, considerado el día más santo y más solemne del año. Su tema central es la expiación y la reconciliación. La comida, la bebida, el baño, y las relaciones conyugales están prohibidos. El ayuno comienza en el ocaso, y termina al anochecer del día siguiente. Los servicios de oración de Yom Kipur comienzan con la oración conocida como "Kol Nidre", que debe ser recitada antes de la puesta del sol. El Kol Nidre (en arameo "todos los votos") es un público abrogamiento de votos religiosos hechos por judíos durante el año precedente. Esto sólo concierne a los votos incumplidos hechos entre una persona y Dios, y no anula votos hechos entre personas. Un talit (manto de oración cuadrangular) se pone para oraciones de la tarde - el único servicio de la tarde del año en el cual se hace esto. El culto de Ne'ilah es un culto especial sostenido sólo durante el día de Yom Kipur, y marca el cierre de las fiesta. Yom Kipur culmina con el sonar del shofár, que marca la conclusión del ayuno. Siempre se observa como un día festivo, tanto dentro como fuera de los ...
Nos próximos dias inicia-se o Yom Kipur e mais uma vez ressoará nas sinagogas de todo mundo o som do Kol Nidrei, que sinaliza a permissão para a quebra dos votos, promessas e juramentos que as pessoas foram impedidas de cumprir. Ouça a versão do chazan Leibele Waldman em um antigo filme idiche de 1939.
...AM and continue until mid-afternoon. After a two to three hour break, evening services are held until nightfall. Yom Kippur: Kol Nidre Prayer Kol Nidre is a prayer commonly used to begin the evening Yom Kippur services. The meaning of "Kol Nidre" is "all vows"....
החזן חגי בן עמי בביצוע מרגש לסליחה/פיוט מתוך תפילת יום כיפור -yom kipur (נוסח אשכנז Ashkenaz)
Kol Nidrei A Capella by the great group Kol Achai, masters of Jewish music and a capella. For more Kol Achai, visit www.mostlymusic.com - buy all their cds!
Carlebach's Kol Nidrei. Found this in my itunes library. No clue where it came from originally. Enjoy, and be misragesh!
Join Charlie once again, as he takes us on a majestical journey through Yom Kippur, and explains to us the beauty of the Kol Nidrei service. You dont want to miss this one!
Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year begins the evening before with the prayer, "Kol Nidre" which means, "all vows." What is this prayer and why do we say it? Dr. Rachael Turkienicz explains. Visit Dr. Rachael Turkienicz at www.rachaelscentre.org
Chazan Mendel singing Kol Nidre for Yom Kippur.
Hat Tip from Esther Kustanowitz: Kol Nidre service online! Log onto jewishtvnetwork.com for more info
Hat Tip from Esther Kustanowitz: Kol Nidre service online! Log onto jewishtvnetwork.com for more info
Kol Nidre Eve, Sunday Eve, Sept 27 2009, 7:00 pm Yom Kippur Day, Monday, Sept 28 2009, 11:00 am at the CJCC, 1190 A1A in Satellite Beach Florida www.jewishbrevard.com
Perry Como sings the beautiful Jewish Yom Kippur Prayer "Kol Nidre"
Chazan Yehezkel Braun was the chazan of "Caulfield Shul" between 1992-2007. He is currently running the "Jewish Music Centre" in Melbourne.