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  • Music of Sinai
  • Sounds of Sinai
Music of Sinai

Music of Sinai

Cantor FeldmanWhen you think of the music of Sinai, you cannot help but imagine the richness of the voices of the cantor and choir blending together, swept up in the powerful, resounding notes of the organ. The sound that is created harkens to an era of Jewish music that was almost eradicated by the horror of the Shoah, while also connecting us to the pulse of the modern day. Maintaining that delicate balance of old and new is what sets the music of Sinai apart from other Jewish musical institutions, to the point where the music of Sinai has become synonymous with its name and reputation. The music of Sinai is music that uplifts and inspires, that transcends time and cultural boundaries, and connects congregants physically and emotionally to each other. Every shabbat our congregants rise as one and embrace each other when they hear the beautifully haunting prelude of Meir Finklesteins L'dor V'dor, a testament to the enduring, connective power that music holds at Sinai Temple.

Since its founding, Sinai Temple has always cherished our Jewish musical heritage, and has strived to engage extremely talented cantors and music directors. When looking back at Sinai’s history of talented individuals, you see only leaders in the field, individuals who truly made a difference in the life of Jewish music. From Leib Glantz, a star cantor during the Golden Age of Hazzanut, to Max Helfman, one of the most notable Jewish composers of the 20th century, Sinai Temple has always been a leading force in showcasing outstanding Jewish music composed by notably gifted Jewish composers, and sung by a remarkably high caliber of cantors.

The cantors themselves who have served Sinai Temple have certainly been among some of the greatest talents of the cantorate. Cantor Carl Urstein’s books of nusach and Jewish music are extensively used by both cantors and congregations, and Cantor Meir Finkelstein’s music, most of which was written specifically for Sinai Temple, has become some of the most widely recognized and utilized music throughout the Jewish world.

Coming to Sinai Temple, I was deeply inspired by the Jewish musical tradition of the institution and wanted to draw from this type of influential and timeless music to create an unforgettable program for my first concert. In the summer of 2012, I was joined on the bimah by our Cantor Emeritus Joseph Gole and Cantor Arianne Brown, along with our Organist and Choir Director, Aryell Cohen, our professional choir, and many talented professional musicians to make this program come to life. The music of our concert featured settings by great Los Angeles Jewish composers as well as other notable composers from the past 200 years. Below, please enjoy these live selections from that evening's performance. It is my wish that this music will inspire and uplift you, and provide you with a glimpse into the incredible music of Sinai Temple.

Sincerely,

Cantor Marcus Feldman

 

 

1) Shehecheyanu – Cantor Ralph Schlossberg
We give thanks to G-d for giving us life, sustaining us, and enabling us to reach this joyous ocassion. mp3 wma

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2) Funiculi Funicula & Lakol Z'man - Luigi Denza
This playful setting of the classic Italian folk song combines the music of Italy with the text of Kohelet, "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven." mp3 wma

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3) Sim Shalom - Michael Isaacson
Sim Shalom contains the beautiful phrase: "G-d you gave us an eternal teaching to love kindness, righteousness, and blessing; to be merciful, and to pursue life and peace." Set by one of the masters of 20th century Jewish music composition, Michael Isaacson beautifully paints the words and emotions of our daily prayer for peace. mp3 wma

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4) Havieinu - Max Helfman
Max Helfman is a well-known name at Sinai Temple. For many years he served Sinai as its music director, and is also known to have influenced a whole generation of Los Angeles and American Jewry. "Bring them to My holy mountain...and it shall be a house of prayer for all nations." Isaiah's words set to Helfman's music becomes a powerful unifying prayer that proclaims that G-d's holy mountain is available to all who wish to draw close. mp3 wma

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5) La Ci Darem La Mano - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
In Mozart's opera Don Giovanni, the title character Don Juan discovers a lady and tries to pursue her. This lively, theatrical duet reflects the back and forth dialogue of the Don and the lady, Zerlina, as Don Giovanni tries all his best tricks in attempting to court her. mp3 wma

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6) Ladino Medley - Folk, Arr. Michael Isaacson
We have learned in our time that traditional Judaism comes from many places around the world. We now embrace not only the Ashkenazic traditions of Europe but also the Sephardic tradition, the Mizrachi and Persian traditions, the Yemenite and Ethiopian traditions, and many others, as part of our own. This medley is an exploration of the Sephardic tradition from the Jews of the Iberian Peninsula, our Ladino legacy. mp3 wma

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7) Uv'nucho Yomar - Louis Lewandowski
One of the true gems of Jewish liturgical music, Lewandowski's setting of the end of our Torah Service is a beautiful representation of the musical tradition of 19th century Western Ashkenazic Jewry, who were heavily influenced by the Protestant churches in surrounding areas. Theirs was truly a new culture of Jewish music, which consisted of taking ancient Jewish melodies and setting them to a modern, Western harmony utilizing cantor, SATB choir, and organ. Lewandowski's music is still heard in synagogues all over the world and is some of the most elevated and uplifting Jewish music. mp3 wma

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8) Magein Avot – Cantor Moshe Ganchoff
One of the last surviving members of the Golden Age of Cantorial Music, Moshe Ganchoff was my teacher Cantor Nathan Lam's teacher. His improvisatory vocal line along with modern harmony provide the listener with a strong connection to our Jewish musical history as well as satisfy the listener's desire to hear familiar western harmonies. mp3 wma

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9) Ahavat Olam - Ami Aloni
Ahavat Olam beautifully describes G-d's love for His people Israel. A recent addition to contemporary music from Encino, California, Ami Aloni's High Holyday setting of this text combines the traditional High Holyday evening motif with a counter melody sung by the cantor, weaving the two together exquisitely. mp3 wma

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10) Uv'yom Hashabbat - Traditional, Arr. Cantor Naftali Herstik
A playful setting by my teacher Cantor Naftali Herstik, this duet sets the biblical text which describes the specific sacrificial offering for the Sabbath day, a text found in the Shabbat Musaf service. mp3 wma

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11) V'al Yedei Avadecha – Cantor Zevulun Kwartin
A true gem of the Golden age of Cantorial music, Zevulun Kwartin's setting of V'al Yedei Avadecha from the Rosh Hashanah Musaf service, ends with our powerful declaration of faith: Hear of Israel, The Lord is our God, The Lord is one. mp3 wma

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12) Avinu Shebashamayim - Cantor Meir Finkelstein
The music of Cantor Meir Finkelstein and the music of Sinai Temple have become synonymous with each other. A leading composer of modern cantorial music, Cantor Finkelstein combines powerful melodies masterfully combined with beautiful harmony to create a truly unforgettable musical experience. mp3 wma

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Sounds of Sinai

Sinai Temple has a one hundred year old tradition of beauty, excellence, and creativity in its synagogue music. The founders of Sinai Temple considered the quality of their music very important to their service and it has remained so throughout Sinai's history. We are unique in our quality of synagogue music. Music composed and preimered at Sinai Temple has found it's way into synagogues throughout the country and world. It is only fitting that for our centennial celebration, we share with you some of the highlights from the Sounds of Sinai.

Tom Flesh, our President, had the vision for this project and encouraged me to pursue its realization and completion. Therefore I wanted to surprise Tom and complete this CD for our dinner dance honoring Judy and Tom for their dedication and commitment to our congregation. Thank you Judy and Tom for your Love and encouragement.

I want to thank Charlotte Levine for her generous contribution, which made this project possible. I shall always treasure Charlotte's friendship and support and shall always remember her beloved Albert with love and affection. May his memory be a blessing forever.

Thank you to Chris Hardin, my co-producer and arranger, along with the artists who gave of their time and talent to make this recording a reality. This CD is the collaboration of many talented individuals whose support and contribution to this project are immeasurable. Thank you to all of you.

Sincerely yours,
Cantor Joseph Gole

01 - Hineni (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Joseph Gole, Aryell Cohen and the Sinai Temple Choir
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Hineni (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Joseph Gole, Aryell Cohen and the Sinai Temple Choir

Hineni is one of the most dramatic moments of the High Holiday services. This prayer is recited by the Hazzan prior to the Musaph Service on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The hazzan approaches the bimah (pulpit) from the back of the synagogue and asks God to accept his prayers on behalf of the congregation.

Cantor Joseph Gole had played a significant role in the life of Sinai Temple. He was the cantor of Sinai Temple from 1972-1982, and then returned in 2000.

The accompanist is Aryell Cohen, beloved organist, choral director, and teacher for over thirty years.

"In deep humility, I stand and plead before You, God, unworthy of my sacred task. Please hear my prayers on behalf of my community..."

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02 - Elohai (Craig Taubman) Cantor Arianne Brown and Dale Schatz
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Elohai (Craig Taubman) Cantor Arianne Brown and Dale Schatz

This prayer, sung at the end of Amidah, is a favorite at our Torah in the Round Services.

Cantor Arianne Brown most recently joined the Sinai Temple Community in 2006.
Dale Schatz has been an influential part of music at Sinai since 1971.

"My God, keep my tongue from speaking harmful words and my lips from speaking lies..."

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03 - Avahat Olam (Ami Aloni) Cantor Arianne Brown and the Sinai Temple Choir
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Avahat Olam (Ami Aloni) Cantor Arianne Brown and the Sinai Temple Choir

This setting of Avahat Olam brilliantly weaves a beautiful melody together in the traditional nusach for High Holiday evening services.

"With eternal love You have loved Your people Israel, teaching us Torah and Mitzvot, statutes and laws. Therefore God, when we lie down and rise up we will think and speak of them, rejoicing always in Your Torah and mitzvot. Blessed are You, who loves Your people Israel."

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04 - Hashkivenu (Craig Taubman) Craig Taubman and Caren Glasser
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Hashkivenu (Craig Taubman) Craig Taubman and Caren Glasser

Craig Taubman is one of the most exciting Jewish composers of our day. His compositions are heard in synagogues throughout the world. Together with our own Rabbi David Wolpe, he created the very successful Friday Night Live, a musical service for young professionals that has been replicated throughout the United States. This is a selection from the service sung with his sister who is a cantor in Los Angeles.

"Allow us to lie and to rise in peace. Protect us as we enter and as we leave..."

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05 - Sh'ma Yosroel (Lieb Glanz) Cantor Lieb Glanz
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Sh'ma Yosroel (Lieb Glanz) Cantor Lieb Glanz

Cantor Lieb Glanz was the cantor of Sinai Temple from 1941 to 1946. Considered by the cantorial scholars to be on of the most important cantors of the 20th century, he eventually immigrated to Israel and became a renowned teacher of hazzanim. This selection is from the Musaph K'dusha.

"Listen Israel, the Ruler is God, the Ruler is one. God is our God, source of our life, our sovereign, our savior who will mercifully save us again."

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06 - L'cha Dodi (Carl Urstein) Cantor Carl Urstein
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L'cha Dodi (Carl Urstein) Cantor Carl Urstein

Cantor Carl Urstein was the cantor of Sinai Temple from 1947-1982. His music and influence has lived on in our hearts and prayers. He composed many of the tunes still being used at Sinai today, including Hu Eloheinu, Avot, and the Shacharit we teach our children. This selection is from a recording made by Cantor Urstein in the 1960's.

"Come, my beloved, with chorus of praise; Welcome Shabbat the Bride, Queen of our days."

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07 - Birchat Kohanim (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Meir Finkelstein
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Birchat Kohanim (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Meir Finkelstein

Cantor Meir Finkelstein, the leading composer of the contemporary cantorial music, was the cantor at Sinai Temple from 1982-2000. His compositions are heard in congregations throughout the world. His melodies and compositions are the mainstay for many cantors and their congregations. A talented composer and wonderful singer, he excels in his artistry and musicianship.

"May Adonai bless you and keep you..."

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08 - Vahavienu (Craig Taubman) Cantor Arianne Brown and Dale Schatz
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Vahavienu (Craig Taubman) Cantor Arianne Brown and Dale Schatz

Cantor Brown and Dale Schatz perform this selection regularly at Torah in the Round. The gathering of the fringes of the tallit is likened to gathering our memories, our histories, our hopes, and our dreams.

"Bring us peace from the four corners of the earth."

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09 - Shim Shalom (Michael Isaacson) Rickie Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir
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Shim Shalom (Michael Isaacson) Rickie Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir

Rickie Gole has had an extensive career in opera and has appeared with many major orchestras. This Sim Shalom is performed on Rosh Hashanah. Michael Isaacson, a renowned Jewish composer, composed this setting of Sim Shalom. His compositions are regularly included in our services. He is also the composer of the Kakatuv, which we sing at the end of Aleinu on Shabbat morning.

"Grant peace on earth, goodness and blessing, grace, kindness and mercy for us and all Israel, your people. Bless us all, O source of life, as one in the light of your presence. For in the light of your face you gave us, Sovereign God, the Torah of Life and love and kindness, and righteousness and blessing and mercy and life and peace."

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10 - Musaph Kaddish (Joseph Gole) Cantors Joseph Gole, Arianne Brown, and the Sinai Temple Choir
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Musaph Kaddish (Joseph Gole) Cantors Joseph Gole, Arianne Brown, and the Sinai Temple Choir

Cantor Joseph Gole wrote this composition for his son David's Bar Mitzvah. Based on a Mozart melody, the major mode leads us into our Musaph Amidah.

"Let it be great, let it be holy, God's great name - in the world created by divine will, which God will rule in sovereignty.

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11 - Kol Nidrei (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir
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Kol Nidrei (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir

Perhaps the most solemn and moving moment of the year, Kol Nidrei is recited three times on the eve of Yom Kippur. Kol Nidrei is a legal formula absolving us of all vows and promises. The music belies the text in its depth of meaning and emotion.

"May all vows between ourselves and God be annulled. May we be absolved and released of them."

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12 - Sim Shalom (Meir Finkelstein) Lesley Wolman, Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir
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Sim Shalom (Meir Finkelstein) Lesley Wolman, Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir

This duet is part of our Neliah service and is sung at the conclusion of Yom Kippur. Lesley Wolman is a professional singer and an active member of Sinai Temple.

"Grant peace on earth, goodness and blessing, grace, kindness and mercy for us and all Israel, your people. Bless us all, O source of life, as one in the light of your presence. For in the light of your face you gave us, Sovereign God, the Torah of Life and love and kindness, and righteousness and blessing and mercy and life and peace."

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13 - Sh'ma Koleinu (Max Helfman) Cantor Joseph Gole
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Sh'ma Koleinu (Max Helfman) Cantor Joseph Gole

Max Helfman, one of the most important liturgical composers ever, was also the choir director at Sinai from 1955-1961. We use many of his compositions to this day, such as Sh'ma Koleinu, and the Uvashofar Gadol that we sing on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur mornings.

"Hear our voices of God, have compassion and mercy for us and receive our prayers and supplication..."

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14 - V'al Kulam (Meir Finkelstein) Cantors Joe Gole, Arianne Brown and the Sinai Temple Choir
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V'al Kulam (Meir Finkelstein) Cantors Joe Gole, Arianne Brown and the Sinai Temple Choir

This duet, arranged by Chris Hardin, is one of Sinai Temple's favorites.

"For all these things may Your name be blessed and exalted, always and forever. All the living will thank you and they will proclaim Your name in truth."

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15 - L'dor Vador (Meir Finkelstein) Hannah, David and Cantor Joseph Gole
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L'dor Vador (Meir Finkelstein) Hannah, David and Cantor Joseph Gole

Another favored duet of Neilah featuring my daughter Hannah, and my son, David.

"From generation to generation, we will declare Your greatness, and to all Eternity, we will proclaim Your holiness. We will never cease praising You, for You are a great and holy god and Sovereign."

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16 - Avinu Malkenu (Max Janowski) Rickie Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir
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Avinu Malkenu (Max Janowski) Rickie Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir

This prayer is chanted at the end of our Kol Nidrei and Neilah services. Barbra Streisand recently made Max Janowski's melody popular.

"Our creator, our Sovereign, we have done wrong in your presence. Our creator, our Sovereign, we have no one to rule over us but you. Our creator, our Soverign, help us for the honor of your name. Our creator, our Sovereign, renew for us a good year."

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17 - A Prayer for Israel (arr. Chris Hardin) Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir
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A Prayer for Israel (arr. Chris Hardin) Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir

This is a medley performed by Cantor Gole in November of 2006 for the Los Angeles General Assembly National Meeting of 5,000 delegates including Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Omert.

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18 - L'dor Vador (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir
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L'dor Vador (Meir Finkelstein) Cantor Joseph Gole and the Sinai Temple Choir

Anyone who comes to our Shabbat morning service can tell that L'dor Vador is a special and holy moment in our congregation.

"From generation to generation, we will declare Your greatness, and to all Eternity, we will proclaim Your holiness. We will never cease praising You, for You are a great and holy God and Sovereign."

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19 - B'yado (Craig Taubman) Cantors Joseph Gole and Adrianne Brown
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B'yado (Craig Taubman) Cantors Joseph Gole and Arianne Brown

This composition, drawing on the last stanza of Adon Olam, was written originally for our own Friday Night Live by Craig Taubman. We decided to approach this arrangement completely differently than usually performed. We hope you like it!

"My soul I give to You, my spirit in Your care. Draw me near, I shall not fear, safely in Your hand."

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20 - Encore - Our Love is Here to Stay (George Gershwin) Cantor Joseph Gole and Chris Hardin
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Encore - Our Love is Here to Stay (George Gershwin) Cantor Joseph Gole and Chris Hardin

Our member, Don Rickles, hosted an evening with his friends to raise money for the Rickles Gym. Frank Sinatra was supposed to appear but canceled at the very last minute. I was asked to sing and chose this selection. Tony Bennett let me use his orchestra arrangement that evening. It conveys my love for all of you. Thank you. JG

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CREDITS

Produced by Cantor Joseph Gole - Executive Producer Chris Hardin - Recorded and mixed at Studio City Sound by Joseph Gole, Chris Hardin and Tom Weir. Graphic Design and layout by Rick Lupert - Cover image by Sara Stem, Liner notes by Cantors Joseph Gole and Arianne Brown. Special Thanks to Cantors Chayim Frenkel and Meir Finkelstein.
PERFORMERS
Arianne Brown, Aryell Cohen, Meir Finkelstein, Lieb Glanz, Caren Glasser, David Gole, Hannah Gole, Joseph Gole, Rickie Gole, Chris Hardin, Dale Schatz, Craig Taubman, Carl Urstein, Tom Weir, Lesley Wolman
CHOIR
Arianne Brown, Shelly Fox, Lauri Goldenhersch, Rickie Gole, David Larsen, Michael McLish, George Sterne, Gabriel Wyner

 

 
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