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Prayer Melodies

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“How good it is to wrap oneself in prayer,
spinning a deep softness of gratitude to G-d around all thoughts,
enveloping oneself in the silk of a song.”
– Abraham Joshua Heschel 
 

Cantor Lois Kittner’s philosophy is to take you by the hand, and walk you gently and lovingly to Torah. Below are links to blessings, prayers, and songs we sing during our services and holidays! Pick one and start listening and learning!

 

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Friday Night

 

Page Prayer Audio
13 Shalom Aleichem (Goldfarb)

 

17 Or Zarua

 

19 Romemu (Taubman)

 

29 Ahavat Olam & Chatimah

 

30 V'ahavta

 

34 V'Shamru (Moshe Rothblum)

 

47 Vayechulu

 

48 Kadesheinu

 

49 Friday Night Kiddush

 

301 Shabbat Candle Blessing

 

313 Hand Washing Blessing

 

314 HaMotzi

 

 

Saturday Morning

Page Prayer Audio
61 Ma Tovu

 

62 Tallit Blessing

 

65 Birchot haShachar

 

66 Ashreinu

 

72 Psalm for Shabbat

 

83 Baruch She'amar

 

92 Ki L'Olam Hasdo

 

96 Ashrei

 

100 Psalm 150 - Halleluyah

 

102 Az Yashir

 

106 Chatzi Kaddish

 

107 Blessing after Barchu - Hakol Yodukha

 

107 Yotzeir Or

 

108 El Adon

 

110 Or Chadash

 

111 Ahava Rabah

 

112 V'ahavta

 

113 Vayomer

 

114 Mi Chamocha

 

115b Avot v'Imahot

 

116 Kedushah

 

139 Torah Service

 

141 Torah Service

 

149 Avinu Shebashamayim

 

153 Returning the Sefer Torah

 

157 Kedushah

 

182 Ein Keloheinu (Carlebach)

 

182 Ein Keloheinu (Freudenthal)

 

187 Adon Olam (Folk tune)

 

 

Passover Seder

Introductory Song: Circle Round for Freedom!

 

The Order of the Seder: Answer to the very first question: When do we eat?

 

The Four Questions: Ask them and add your own! A chance for our children to shine!

 

HaLachma: This is the bread of affliction…come and eat with us all who are hungry!

 

Avadim Hayinu: We were slaves to Pharaoh…

 

V’Hee She’Amda: The promise G-d made is for all generations…

 

Children’s songs for our little ones!

 

Baruch HaMakom: Intro to the Four Children Section of the Seder

 

Go Down Moses (Let My People Go):  Song used by slaves seeking freedom through the Underground Railroad.

 

Dayenu: Just rescuing us would have been enough: Conclusion of the Maggid storytelling portion of the Seder

 

B’chol Dor VaDor: In Every Generation- right before we eat!

 

Eliyahu HaNavi, Miriam HaNeviah

 

Hallel Part One: B’Tzeit Yisrael- Praising G-d for our Rescue!

 

Freedom Song Medley: Honoring the Ongoing Struggle…

 

Who Knows One: A great after-dinner song for young ones!

 

Chad Gadya: There was this little goat…  
L’shana HaBa’ah: the big finish!

 

 

Sun, November 28 2021 24 Kislev 5782