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Cantor Benjamin Siegal in Song and Prayer

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Catalogue NumberBYL 1881
Matrix Number BYL1881a. Byl1881b
Record Label Ben Yamin Records
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number400217
Number of Tracks18
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes This album was recorded by Cantor Siegel in honor of Temple Israel of Great Neck's 40th anniversary. Cantor Siegel served for many years as Cantor of the temple and offers a sampling of some of his best and most loved chants and prayers including Eilu Devorim, Vhu Rachum, Machnisei Rachamim, and Lo Teda Milchama.

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1 - Eilu Devorim
Composer(s) : Yehoshua Lind
2 - V'hu Rachum
Composer(s) : Simon Raisen
3 - Machnisei Rachamin
Composer(s) : Simon Raisen
4 - Lo Teda Milchama
Composer(s) : Continello-Alagon
5 - Moishele Mein Friend
Composer(s) : Mordecai Gebirtig
6 - A Nigun
Composer(s) : Lazar Weiner
7 - Zemer'l
Composer(s) : Mordecai Yardeini
8 - Nigun un Havdoloh
Composer(s) : Sholom Secunda
9 - Medley of Yiddish Songs
Composer(s) : N/A