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Aryeh Leib Hurwitz

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The powerful words of this nigun express our fervent prayer and hope of seeing the Redemption soon, and to be reunited with all of our people. The poem seems to have been written by the Frierdiker Rebbe in 1941. The melody was then composed by Yisroel Dov...
Cantor Aryeh Leib Hurwitz chants and sings the heartfelt memorial prayers.
This Nigun Kotonti is a Nigun Hisvaadus attributed to Reb Hillel Paritcher, which is sung to these words in parshas Vayishlach, when Yaakov faced his frightening challenge—the confrontation with Eisav. He turned to Hashem in prayer, thanking Him for all t...
In this 'Jazzy' rendition, cantor Aryeh Leib Hurwitz sings this famous melody accompanied by an eclectic musical arrangement featuring Big Band Jazz and conductor Meir Briskman.
Dear Friend, While preparing to record some of my favorite High Holiday tunes from the prayer service along with their deeper meaning, I was struck by something very telling. Almost all of our prayers are written in the plural. We are approaching G‑d not ...
High Holiday Cantorial Classics
Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz presents a stirring cantorial rendition of “Vehakohanim”, which is recited during the Musaf of Yom Kippur, where the cantor reads about the day’s special Temple service by the High Priest and how all would fall on their faces whe...
High Holiday Cantorial Classics
Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz masterfully presents the classic cantorial rendition of Kol Nidrei, the opening prayer of Yom Kippur.
High Holiday Cantorial Classics
Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz presents an awe-inspiring cantorial rendition of the iconic High Holidays prayer of Unesanneh Tokef, in which we describe the awesome Day of Judgment wherein the fate of all of creation is judged—“written on Rosh Hashanah and sea...
High Holiday Cantorial Classics
Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz beautifully presents the traditional High Holidays rendition of the Kaddish the cantor recites preceding the Musaf Amidah, in which we proclaim and affirm the sanctification of G-d’s name and praise G-d Almighty.
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