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Originally established in 2002 as a small project dedicated to the preservation of recorded Jewish music, it has matured into a robust digitization operation for all types of sound recordings.

Elokei Neshama

Additional information (PDF) is only available
through the Research Station
Catalogue NumberCD HL 8057
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Helicon Records
Record FormatCD
Shelf Number100106
Number of TracksN/A
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Elokei Nishama..(O Lord, the soul which you have implanted in me, came pure from Thee). Dudu Fisher links this early-morning wake-up prayer to a lovely and lively selection of religious songs, all of them stressing the awareness of the Nishama (Soul). The Mi Kamocha is a joyful praise of G-d's position as King and A Selection of Jewish Stories and SongsProtector. Elokai (The Souls O Lord) is a warm and sincere rendition of the early morning prayer that thanks G-d for another chance to use the soul which G-d has implanted in us with renewed devotion.

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1 - Elokai Nishomoh
Composer(s) : comp. Moshe Laufer
2 - Mi Kamocha
Composer(s) : comp. Martin Davidson
3 - Lev Tahor
Composer(s) : comp. Moshe Laufer
4 - Nechsafa Nafshi
Composer(s) : comp. Nurit Hirsh
5 - Niguno Shel Moisheleh
Composer(s) : comp. Martin Davidson
6 - Borchi Nafshi
Composer(s) : comp. Moshe Laufer
7 - Modim
Composer(s) : comp. Martin Davidson
8 - Kar B'moskova
Composer(s) : comp. Balchirovitz, words. Mair
9 - Adon Olam
Composer(s) : comp. Albrecht
10 - Shet'chadesh Oleynu
Composer(s) : comp. Moshe Laufer