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Nigun “Ki Hinei Kachomer” with a Folksy Twist

A chassidic melody for Yom Kippur

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Nigun “Ki Hinei Kachomer” with a Folksy Twist: A chassidic melody for Yom Kippur

The words of the nigun Ki Hinei Kachomer are from the Yom Kippur evening prayers: “As metal in the hands of the craftsman, so too we are in Your hands.” Yosef Peysin and Mordy Kurtz of Rogers Park Band perform this traditional Chassidic tune with a fresh modern sound (Laura Melnicoff, cello; Atara Wolf, cinematography).
Ki Hinei Kachomer

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Rob Appeldoorn the Netherlands November 17, 2018

such nice music, it touches the soul Reply

Graham-Michoel Napier July 24, 2018

Beautiful. Reply

Anonymous September 27, 2017

Very good. Beautiful voices! Reply

Avrohom Kaufman Monsey October 2, 2017

Beautiful rendition. Listening to it over and over. I think the cellist is the wife of a Tiferes alumnus so we're extra proud. Reply

Anonymous BALTIMORE September 29, 2017

Beautiful! Thank you! Reply

Anonymous September 28, 2017

The cello is so beautiful, AMAZING Everyone! Reply

Mark Melnicoff Naperville September 30, 2017
in response to Anonymous:

I get to kvell because that's my daughter-in-law!! Reply

Anonymous Saint Louis Park September 27, 2017

This is so nice! Good job! Reply

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