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"Mizmor Shir" Choir Cond. By Joseph Ben-Israel Soloist Joseph Jó Amar - Jewish Holidays (Oriental Liturgical Style) mp3 album

"Mizmor Shir" Choir Cond. By Joseph Ben-Israel Soloist Joseph Jó Amar - Jewish Holidays (Oriental Liturgical Style) mp3 album Performer: "Mizmor Shir" Choir
Title: Jewish Holidays (Oriental Liturgical Style)
Style: Folk, Religious
Size MP3: 1742 mb
Size FLAC: 1553 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: MP2 DXD DTS XM DMF APE AU

Soloist – Joseph Jo Amar. A3. Et Shaarey Ratson. Soloist – Joseph Jo Amar. Accompanied By – "Mizmor Shir" Choir & Instrumental Ensemble. Arranged By, Directed By – Joseph Ben-Israel. Recorded and produced in Israel. Matrix, Runout (Runout Area Side A): M 489.

Shema Yisrael (or Sh'ma Yisrael; Hebrew: שְׁמַע יִשְׂרָאֵל; "Hear, Israel") is a prayer. It is also the first two words of a section of the Torah, and is the title (better known as The Shema) of a prayer that serves as a centerpiece of the morning and evening Jewish prayer services.

Also known as Amar, Jo Amar, Joe Amar, Joseph Jó Amar, Joseph Jo Amar. Jo Amar With "Mizmor Shir" Ensemble. Jewish Holidays (Oriental Liturgical Style). Yosef "Jo" Amar (1930 - 2009) is an Moroccan-born Israeli mizrahi-singer. He was born in 1930 in Settat, Morocco. He began his singing career in the late 1940s in Morocco. In 1956, he emigrated to Israel where he lived on Moshav Yad Rambam. He was a pioneer in the introduction of Moroccan Jewish liturgical music to Israel and he tried to introduce Mizrahi music originating in Middle Eastern or North African countries to mainstream Israeli culture.

Jo Amar Sings Yismah Moshe (SMR Bresler Collection). Yismah Moshe Yehalelu sh'mo v'mahol Shalom alekhem Kiddush Lemivtsa al rifta Et dodim kallah Kah ribbon Yom zeh l'Yisrael. Liturgy of Ezra Bessaroth, The (SMR Bresler Collection). Kol B'ru'ei (Padua, Italy) From the album, "Italian Jewish Musical Traditions from the Leo Levi Collection (1954-1961). The poem depicts "all creatures" singing and praising the unity of God, and was recited in the Italian rite during the daily morning prayer. This melody was sung only on Rosh Hashanah (New Year) in the Italian tradition of Padua. Yigdal From the album, "Judeo-Carribean Currents, Music of the Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue in Curaçao," performed by Gideon Zelermyer

jo amar an evening with jo amar. CBS - S 64321 - Original Iarael press - original used. jo amar chanson marocaine. zakiphone - 56120 - ISRAEL - original used. Price : 3. 0 € 2. 0 €. Format : LP. Cover condition : VG++ (Very Good ++) Media condition : EX (Excellent). jo amar with miznor shir choir oriental cantorial gems. hed arzi - AN 44 01 - Israel. Price : 1. 0 € 1. Cover condition : VG++ (Very Good ++) Media condition : M (Mint).

Example 1: Mizmor Shir l’Yom Hashabbat-a Carlebach melody now considered to be traditional. In 1959 he produced the first of approximately 25 albums-not counting the many unauthorized recordings that were produced during and after his lifetime. In all, he recorded only a fraction of his compositions, variously estimated to total anywhere between 1,000 and 4,000 (Carlebach himself was not sure of the number). His Neo-Hasidic song style meshed with the styles of American folk groups like Peter, Paul, and Mary to inform Jewish songwriting across the entire Jewish religious spectrum, beginning with such 1970s artists as Debbie Friedman and Craig Taubman, and groups like Kol B’Seder and Safam. Every Jewish community and religious denomination has been enriched and enlivened in manifold ways by the spirit of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach.

Jewish liturgy must satisfy the musical demands while remaining Jewish, and it should not be necessary to sacrifice the Jewish characteristics to artistic forms. Sulzer's choir was quite famous. The Catholic composer and music critic Joseph Mainzer (1801–1851) wrote, "The Synagogue was the only place where a stranger could find, artistically speaking, a source of enjoyment that was as solid as it was dignified. Never, except for the Sistine Chapel, has art given me higher joy than in the synagogu. urely no one who has heard this unique boys' choir could miss the castratos. In 1951 the prestigious music publisher, G. Schirmer, issued a collection of liturgical pieces that had been commissioned by Cantor David Putterman of New York's Park Avenue Synagogue.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Adon Haslichot
A2 Im Afes
Soloist – Joseph Jo Amar*
A3 Et Shaarey Ratson
Soloist – Joseph Jo Amar*
B1 Avinu Malkeynu
Soloist – Joseph Jo Amar*
B2 Sukka VeLulav
Soloist – Joseph Jo Amar*
B3 El Chay Yiftach
B4 Leshoni Konanta
Soloist – Joseph Jo Amar*

Credits

  • Accompanied By – "Mizmor Shir" Choir & Instrumental Ensemble*
  • Arranged By, Directed By – Joseph Ben-Israel

Notes

Recorded and produced in Israel

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side A): M 489
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side B): M 490
  • Rights Society: ACUM