The Recorded Sound Archives (RSA) is a unit of FAU Libraries Special Collections department. We are located in the Wimberly Library on FAU's Boca Raton campus.

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.

Sounds of Healing

Additional information (PDF) is only available
through the Research Station
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Shelf Number100157
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Notes In this album, the Nuremberg Germany Symphony joins their Israeli counterparts to produce choral pieces that can't help but soothe, heal and restore peace and good will to all who listen. Among those pieces: Glick's “Halleluyah”, BenHaim's “Roni Akarah”, Franz Schubert's “Tov L'hodos”, and Adler's “A Geneve”. Some of the songs are in Hebrew, others in English, and one in Yiddish.

Recordings restricted by copyright will only play 45 seconds to give you a sense of what that recording originally sounded like. These recordings can be identified by the words (Research Station) in the music player.

If a song listed below has not been digitized yet, it will NOT show up within the player. If you need us to digitize this song/album, you can make a formal request here.
1 - My Lord, Hear My Pray
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2 - Halleluyah
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3 - Rise Up My Love
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4 - Roni Akarah
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5 - Tov L'hodos
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6 - Chatzi kaddish
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7 - Ani Ma'amin
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8 - Sim Shalom
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9 - A Geneve
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10 - Halleluyah
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