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A lost Europe is mourned in this version of Kol Nidrei

The composer Alexander Goldscheider wrote this instrumental setting of the prayer to reflect, as it should, on individual and family history. He writes: Tonight starts the highest Jewish holiday, Yom Kippur, synonymous with the famous prayer Kol Nidre. I wrote my music version 25 years ago, upon the death of my beloved father František, and […]
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