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Explore the Musical Traditions of the Eastern European Synagogue - Shared screen with speaker view
Emily Goodman, Baltimore Jewish Council
21:20
We will get started in just a moment. Thank you for tuning in.
Kathryn Fairbanks
22:36
Aaniin, joining from Anishinaabe lands. Excited to learn.
Alex Klein
30:42
thank you for this wonderful programme ,I am looking forward to this
Nancy Braverman
31:20
Thank you Emily and Jeannette!
Lawrence Rudloff
31:36
many thanks
Ronnie Chorn
32:14
Hi Joel. Love Leah and Ronnie
Beny Maissner
33:41
i am so glad for this session hazznim Lichtman and my friend mentor SH Kalib. looking forward to learn
Alex Klein
34:21
good to see you again Beny
Harold Koch
42:36
sorry that I cannot hear anything. Harold koch
Harold Koch
43:03
it's ok now thanks
Harold Koch
47:45
The decline in traditional cantorial music is parallel to the general decline of All American Judaism except for the relatively small Modern Orthodoxy. this is described in Jack Wertheimer's "The New American Judaism.'
Barry Braun
57:44
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Ronnie Chorn
59:36
Hi Barry Braun from Leah and Ronnie
Alex Klein
01:06:42
its good practice Joel
Sheryl reicher
01:08:32
My father, of blessed memory, a holocaust survivor from Warsaw, played the music of Cantor Moshe (Moishe to him) Kusevitsky and David Sirota regularly in our home. He loved the Kvetch in the voices of these Cantors that he thought sadly was lost in todays Cantorials. I still have in my possession the Prayers of Moses 45's
Sheryl reicher
01:09:46
by Kusevitsky. My dad sang in the choir in the Nojyk Shul in Warsaw. I so appreciate this history of European music. Many thanks!
Alex Klein
01:10:06
Sheryl its Gershon Sirota and these recordings and music is available on you tube and CD
Emily Goodman, Baltimore Jewish Council
01:11:54
If you have questions, please submit them now.
Sanford Cohn
01:12:56
I'm curious if Dr. Kalib's works are used as texts in any of our cantorial schools. Does anyone know?
Alex Klein
01:14:13
most base nusach on Katchko and Alter in the American schools
Ralph Goren
01:15:55
Yishar Koch'chem to both of you for a wonderful presentation
Beny Maissner
01:17:46
So incredibly beautiful organized session. Much thanks for some one who lived in Nussach all My life. Always learn a new . Yishar Koach and nuch thanks to you HAzzan Lichtman and Hazzan Kalib.
Bob Hallock
01:17:49
Thank you!
Hazzan Emanuel Perlman
01:18:41
Hazzan Kalib is a hero to cantors who are determined to facilitate the preservation and hopeful revival of our cantorial traditions.In rigorously prepared scholarly anthologies, Sholom Kalib has captured and explained better than anyone I know the power of the Ashkenazic modes.”Each volume consists of sheet music, annotation and historical context for multiple versions of prayers from prominent traditional Hazzanim.
Alex Klein
01:18:47
thank you for this programme ,it is wonderful that through this work the nusach will be preserved
Alex Klein
01:19:20
I must leave and will catch up soon
Joel Nathanson
01:19:50
I had the privilege of singing in Cantor Kalib's Jewish Music Heritage Project Choir starting in 2005. His contention was that recordings were needed to fully document the music, as you can only get so much from the printed page. Are there any plans to revive the choir to help with the documentation?
Ivor Joffe
01:21:19
Thank you for a most informative session. At what point did the Eastern and Western European Tradition with minor and major modes integrate and reach some Shuls following a specific tradition? how did they possibly get mixed together?
Alwyn Shulman
01:21:23
what a most informative presentation. Thank you both from the bottom of my heart. Cantor Alwyn Shulman, Israel (ex Dublin , Ireland) . I have knwn Chazzan Lichterman for many years & have also been taught by his late father Cantor Jakob Lichterman. Joel & I were also colleagues in Cape Town.
Evelyn Green
01:23:52
Thank you for a most wonderful and inspirational session.
Kathryn Fairbanks
01:24:51
Miigwetch to our Elders for sharing.
Martin Mendelsberg
01:25:30
Thank you. Martin Mendelsberg checking in from Denver. What time is choir practice? πŸ™‚
Joshua Friedman
01:25:59
Thank you for a very informative session!
Barry Braun
01:26:33
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Joel Nathanson
01:26:49
Thank you do much for your efforts to keep Hazzanut alive and relevant!
Joel Nathanson
01:27:07
so much
Kathryn Fairbanks
01:28:48
Yes!! So important to learn from our Elders.
Lester Braun
01:28:57
Thank you for a very informative session.
Kathryn Fairbanks
01:29:26
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Sandy Segal
01:29:54
Thank you very much
Joel Nathanson
01:30:09
Yes, I'd love a recording!