Daniel Kohn | Niggunei Hitbonnenut (Melodies of Divine Contemplation)

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Niggunei Hitbonnenut (Melodies of Divine Contemplation)

by Daniel Kohn

This Jewish music awakens love of God and yearning for closeness to Him. Its style is simple, evocative and deep. It's perfect for opening spiritual awareness.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pause (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
5:17 album only
2. Dawn (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
5:32 album only
3. Resonant Rungs (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
6:18 album only
4. My Soul Thirsts (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
3:29 album only
5. Love Above All (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
5:30 album only
6. My Lover Is Knocking (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
3:07 album only
7. Prayer
5:23 album only
8. Forgiveness (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
7:06 album only
9. Eagle's Flight (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
4:10 album only
10. King David's Song (feat. Amit Yitzhak)
3:35 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The music on this album inspires contemplation, opens the heart and brings peace and joy. The simple, gentle playing of the clarinet, the profound harmonies and movements of the guitar, the holy and enlightened melodies of great masters and righteous people combine to transport listeners to higher consciousness.
The order of the melodies is aligned with the Jewish order of prayers (the siddur) and the album comes with a beautiful booklet describing the contemplative stages towards intimacy with the Divine which this order provides (the booklet is available for purchasers as a separate PDF download via ravdanielk@gmail.com). Jews and non-Jews have found much inspiration in listening to this music and is appropriate to people of all faiths.
About the author:
Rabbi Daniel Kohn is the rabbi of Bat Ayin, a Hassidic village in the Judean Mountains of Israel. Over the past 20 years, as a Rabbi and Rosh Yeshiva, he has taught hundreds of students, uniquely combining the world of Torah learning, Jewish mysticism and deep psychological insight, and has culled and developed effective techniques for personal and spiritual renewal usiing study, music and meditation. A talented musician and composer, Rav Daniel’s own spiritual path took him from university studies to many years of yeshiva learning with some of Israel’s greatest rabbis and to ordination by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel Deeply rooted in Talmud and halacha, Rav Daniel also draws his innovative musical and intellectual insights from his profound knowledge of Maharal, Kabbala and Chassidut.
In addition to his work as community Rabbi, Rav Daniel is also the spiritual director of the Sulam Yaakov Yeshiva and lectures and conducts seminars at the Torat HaChayim School for Torah Psychology and for academic staffs and private groups throughout Israel.



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