MOChassid

The rambling thoughts of a Modern Orthodox Chassid (whatever that means). Contact me at emansouth @ aol.com

Monday, December 10, 2007

Dov Bear Weighs In on Keshoshana

The Bear (not unlike me) doesn't know much about music. But he does know two things. He knows what he likes and what he doesn't like.

And he likes K'Shoshana.

(The only small thing in his very sweet review that I take issue with is his statement that there is nothing in the CD that is likely to end up sung in Shabbos morning tefilah. I actually think the title song is likely to be adapted to Kedusha (and, while I'm at it, I think Borei Olam has a decent chance of getting picked up in the wedding band circuit).)

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  • At 4:28 AM, Blogger yitz said…

    Hi MO, it's me again! :))
    Just for the record [pun intended!], I've used K'Shoshana for Na'aritzcha & Kadosh in Kedusha, even before your CD came out [I had a copy of R. Shlomo's rendition].
    I used the "Hidden Niggun" for "Lo Savoshi" on a recent Friday night Carlebach minyan held in my home [I taught it to the tzibbur before they joined in!].
    And when my friends & I have a Carlebach-style "zitz" we don't only sing Esa Einai & L'maan Achai, but K'Shoshana, Borei Olam, etc. etc.....
    And if DB wants to know why they were unrecorded, he can read my blog...

     

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