Here, embedded into the post rather than linked to, a wonderful young woman, still a teen, who won Beit Sefer L’Musika a few years ago (young people’s school of music singing competition in Israel). It’s interesting to see how songs with religious themes permeate Israeli culture – much of it secular – in a different way than such music does in other parts of the world.
Your Passover seder may be over, but here are some wonderful new melodies to enjoy during this Passover season and to bring into next year . . . . in Jerusalem. Celebrate!!!
Not your Hebrew school “Ma Nishtana” is it.
You may not get the entire orchestra around your seder table, but the music can inspire you and your guests.
“Dayeinu” is a love song between God and the Jewish people.
I “know the One” – do you?
Beautiful rendition of this Chava Alberstein classic.
Are we ready to “bring peace upon ourselves”? This year – now !!!