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Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz masterfully presents the classic cantorial rendition of Kol Nidrei, the opening prayer of Yom Kippur.

A Chazan Sings: Kol Nidrei

A Chazan Sings: Kol Nidrei

High Holiday Cantorial Classics

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Kol Nidrei: High Holiday Cantorial Classics

Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz masterfully presents the classic cantorial rendition of Kol Nidrei, the opening prayer of Yom Kippur.
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Abraham September 29, 2017

It is one of most beautiful experiences Hashem is near very touching and thank you for sharing and showing the world how one must worship the Creator and its mitzvahs shalom shalom Reply

Sherril NJ October 11, 2016

Thank you for this post. I did not get to synagogue to hear the Kol Nidre, and in the past I have been so disappointed in the rendition I have heard. It Hebert seems to have the passion, beauty and meaning the prayer is meant to have. So, I appreciate being given the chance to hear it how it's meant to be sung. Reply

Mark Fries New City October 11, 2016

Kol Nidtrei Thank you so much for this prayer and the Cantor is amazing. Reply

Sarah Spain September 23, 2015

From Spain Thank you. This was my only chance to hear the prayer and I was touched by the explanation given of its history. This sacred prayer enabled the Spanish Jews to continue living and practising their faith and traditions - I am living in Spain and this talk has given the Kol Nidre a poignancy and meaning I deeply value. Reply

Anonymous Mesa, AZ September 21, 2015

Kol Nidre Is there a way to buy this video or a CD with these songs? Iwould be listening to them everyday of my life until I live this world forever. They transport me to His eternal presence in my thoughts and dreams. Reply

Anonymous September 20, 2015

Thank you. Who sang this? Reply

Laura Toronto June 3, 2015

Beautiful voice, a gift from g-d. Reply

Anonymous October 19, 2014

Re: Kol Nidrei Thank you for permitting me to hear Kol Nidrei. I am currently homebound. and with the English explanations and interpretations, this allows to understand a little more the meaning of Kol Nidrei. and Thank you to the chazzan.
Sandra Greenbaum Reply

Anonymous October 4, 2014

thank you for such a moving experience. Beautiful Reply

Elizabeth Mishell Fort Lee October 3, 2014

Thank you for bringing the message of Yom Kippur, forgiveness, to me on this solemn, holy night. Reply

Peninah October 3, 2014

May HaShem forgive us and bless us this blessed Yom Kippur Reply

Janet U.k. October 2, 2014

Kol Nidrei Beautiful Reply

Carl Kleinberg October 1, 2014

Kol Nidrei B'H Very Moving and Soul Searching...Rabbi Kleinberg Reply

carmela Eliyahu az October 1, 2014

KOL NIDRAI Wow, what a moving moments. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you so much for the explanation, and the interpenetration of the KOL NIDRAI in English.
Now, I can share it with everyone. כתיבה וחתימה טובה Reply

Laura NY USA September 30, 2014

Deeply moving and emotional! No matter where we live, the music goes directly to our hearts. Reply

Wictoria Hånell Stockholm September 29, 2014

Toda raba Extremely beautiful and moving. I started to cry Reply

rut USA September 22, 2014

Kol Nidrei I am of those from the family of the Anusim. My heart aches when my soul listen to these songs. My Ancestry, my people... Some day we will be together in the Sactuary of our L-rtd, rejoicing as David Melech did. Reply

Rachel Emek Chefer, Israel September 22, 2014

Very moving Thank you very much for these moving prayers & explanations. כתיבה וחתימה טובה! Reply

Chavah Kwiatkowska Latvia September 21, 2014

Extremely beautiful and moving. Thank you very, very much for posting High Holiday Cantorial Classics! Reply

Marcello Buiatti Pisa September 27, 2017
in response to Chavah Kwiatkowska:

Yes, I am feeling your soul and find my soul different and wonderful. Toda Rabah by Mordechai Scheinhaut Barer living in Italy Reply

Marcello ( Mordechai Buiatti Pisa October 1, 2017
in response to Marcello Buiatti:

Toda Rabah, !!! my life is different now and I am with my brothers and sisters . My soul is full, sweet and happy to be together with you and all jewish people In Yiddish ich bin a yiid and will be and my son my wife and the youngsters will also remember. I live since my birth my relatives in Israel in Ramat Ha Sharon and in Kibbutz Kabri and here in PIsa we have a synagogue where I go although here we only have italian jews. My mother was jewish and born in Lwof at those times was in Poland but lived her all life as a jew and that was given the happiness to be a jewish person myself. . If you live in Eretz Israel send me your place were you are so that when I come to see may relatives we may meet . Thank you to wrote me and could follow the Kol Nidrei Mordechai Scheinhaut Buiatti
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