Music for the Jewish Soul
Music and reflections for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
Image: The Book of Life – by Shraga Weil (Safra Gallery, Jerusalem, www.safrai.com)
In 2007, the Chief Rabbi recorded a series of reflections on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. These tracks are available to download for free below. Click to listen to the tracks or right-click to save.
1. Kol Nidrei (Part 1) (Sung by Shimon Craimer. Traditional – Arranged by Craimer)
2. Kol Nidrei (Part 2) (Naftali Herstik & The Jerusalem Great Synagogue Choir. Traditional/Herstik – Arranged by Herstik/Goldstein/Jaffe)
3. Mocheil Avonot (Sung by Stephen Robins & Adam Willman with the Shabbaton Choir. Composed by Abras/Rosenberg/Glass – Arranged by Glass)
4. Shema Koleinu (Sung by Lionel Rosenfeld & the Shabbaton Choir. Traditional – Arranged by Glass)
5. Ki Vi Yirbu (Sung by Moshe Haschel & the Ne’imah Singers. Composed by Rosenblatt – Arranged by Goldstein)
6. U’netaneh Tokef (Sung by Naftali Herstik & the Jerusalem Great Synagogue Choir. Composed by Weintrob/Birenbaum – Arranged by Herstik/Goldstein)
7. Chamol Al Maasekha (Sung by Shimon Craimer. Composed by Calek – Arranged by Craimer)
8. Kaddish Titkabal (Sung by Stephen Robins & the Shabbaton Choir. Composed by Gottlieb – Arranged by Glass)
9. Keili Atah (Sung by Shlomo Gronich & the Sheba Choir. Composed & Arranged by Gronich)
The Jerusalem Great Synagogue Choir is conducted by Elli Jaff. The Shabbaton Choir is conducted by Stephen Levey. The Ne’imah Singers are conducted by Marc Temerlies.
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