Samuel Malavsky

Cantor Samuel Malavsky was devoted, since childhood, to his cantorial art. By the time of his Bar Mitzvah he was a full-fledged professional Cantor. He toured all the major cities in Russia. Shortly before his eighteenth birthday he emigrated to New York where he became an apprentice to the well-known Cantor Yossele (Joseph) Rosenblatt. The two of them gave concert tours throughout the United States. They also made many outstanding liturgical recordings.

In the following years Cantor Malavsky enjoyed great popularity due to his brilliant performances at the pulpit and the concert stage. The Malvasky Family Choir includes the cantor’s four daughters (known as the Four Chazentes) and his two sons. The cantor developed his children’s musical talents from an early age which allowed him to create a Family Choir comprised of six accomplished and outstanding vocalists.

Music of Cantor Samuel Malavsky and his Family Choir courtesy of Mort Malavsky.


Total: 52

50 Years of Kibbutz Ein-Charod, 5731
Aben Yakir Li (from Rosh Hashono)
Ahavas Olom
Cantorial Jewels
Cantorial Masterpieces
Cantorial Masterpieces
Cantorial Masterpieces
Di naye hatikvo
Eil Dar Bamuroim
Favorites of Cantor Samuel Malavsky and His Family...
Ha Yom Haras Oilom
Holiday Prayers
K'voy Doi
Keva Korus
Kevah Korus
Kil-Oy - (Passover Medley)
Liturgical Gems by the Master
Lomir sich iberbeten
Machnisey Rachmin
Mekimi Meofor Dol
Mi-Sheberach
Mysteries of the Sabbath - Classic Cantorial Recor...
Oh Zion, Zion
Ov-horachamim-Traditional Prayer
Ov-Horachamin
Ovinu Malkeinu Galeh
Passover Music Mix - 2010
Pearls of Liturgical Masterpieces
Riboin Huoilumim
Ribon Haolamim
Sabbath with the Malavsky Family
Samuel Malavsky in Highlights of Liturgical Music
Sholom Alechem
Shomea Kol Bichyos
Shoshanas Yaakoiv
Shoshanas Yaakoiv
Singers of Israel [Sabbath and Holiday Service]
Sounds of a Generation
The Golden Years of Cantorial Music Vol. 1
The Incomparable Josef Rosenblatt
The New Year Heritage
The Singers of Israel
Tzena Tzena Tzena
Uvinu Malkeinu galeh (sic) [Avinu Malkeinu Galei]
Veshomru
Voices of the Temple
Voices of the Temple
Voices of the Temple
W'Seorew
Yiddish Masterpieces
Yismehchu
Yismehchu