Wednesday, September 24, 2014

An old-new sound for the New Year

With thanks: Ruth

The traditional prayer Anenu (Answer Us) is a feature of this time of the Jewish year - a time of repentance. After a month of Selichot (asking for forgiveness), every observant Jew is ready to begin the New Year with a 'clean spiritual slate'.

This rendition illustrates how in Israel today ancient prayers from the oriental synagogue have been jazzed up and fused with modern pop to give a unique 'Mizrahi' sound.  

Shana tova, tisku leshanim rabot !

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