Deborah Jacobson | Songs of Healing & Hope

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Songs of Healing & Hope

by Deborah Jacobson

A collection of inspiring original compositions as well as traditional & contemporary prayerful music, all of which draw on the beauty and inspiration found in Jewish prayer. Deborah's exquisite voice transports the listener to a place of healing & hope.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Blessing Of Peace
3:17 $0.99
2. Oh Guide My Steps / Hashkiveinu
3:08 $0.99
3. The Spirit Of God (Ruach Elohim)
3:33 $0.99
4. A Very Narrow Bridge (Gesher Tzar M'od)
4:03 $0.99
5. May They Be Acceptable (Yih'yu L'ratzon)
2:32 $0.99
6. The One Who Blessed (Mi Shebeirach)
3:19 $0.99
7. Because Of You (Ki Eleicha)
3:42 $0.99
8. Maker Of Peace (Oseh Shalom)
3:13 $0.99
9. Blessings Here I See
2:21 $0.99
10. Return Again / Hashiveinu
4:15 $0.99
11. You'll Never Walk Alone
3:29 $0.99
12. I Believe (Ani Maamin)
4:33 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Deborah received her B.A. in Theater/Voice and Literature from New York University and her Masters of Sacred Music and ordination of Hazzan (Cantor) from the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS).

As well as the honor of serving as Cantor, Deborah continues to inspire Jewish and interfaith audiences with Hebrew, Yiddish, Broadway, Classical and Popular music and prayers at engagements throughout the country, including the Palace Theater in Stamford, CT, with the Sarasota Orchestra and a 100 person choir at the Van Wezel, and at the Annual Holocaust Museum Gala in Tampa, Florida.

Her first CD, Shabbat Unplugged came out of a unique, upbeat rockin’ Shabbat service she created at Temple Beth El, in Stamford CT in 2002. It is a popular selection on iTunes in the Genre of World music. Her CDs, Bimah to Broadway Act 1: A Music Review and Bimah to Broadway Act 2: The Concert, were recorded live from cabaret style Temple fundraising concerts in Palm Harbor, Florida. Her CD, Chanukah Live, is recorded live from the annual multi-media community wide Chanukah Concert that Deborah produces and directs
A published author, Deborah has appeared nationally on TV shows such as Good Day New York, AM Northwest, and News 12 Westchester, Connecticut and New Jersey, NBC Weekend Today and ABC Eyewitness News in the Morning. Deborah was featured on Lifetime TV as an author as well as on a special segment about women clergy. She has been on radio stations across the country including NPR and has been featured in numerous Magazines and Newspapers including Woman’s Own, The Wall Street Journal, Self, and Jewish Women International. Deborah is a member of the American Conference of Cantors, the Cantors Assembly and the Women Cantors Network.
Before following her calling of becoming a Cantor, Deborah performed in several off-Broadway plays, a number of TV shows, musical reviews and independent films. She is a member of Actors EQUITY/SAG/AFTRA.

“With Cantor Jacobson, there are no listeners, there are only participants, as she brings us along on a journey.”
- Rabbi Joshua Hammerman
“Your happy demeanor, inspiring words, and glorious singing voice filled us all with awe and spirit.” - North Pinellas Hadassah



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Making Music into Medicine
Kol HaKavod on your album! You’ve created a beautiful, powerful tool for lifting the soul of anyone who hears it. I hope it reaches all who need it.

I especially loved your Ki Eleicha. What a beautiful way to capture the kabbalistic essence of Anim Zemeirot. And doing You’ll Never Walk Alone in hebrew was amazing. Your music choices were spot on. These are some of the most powerful words and melodies we have to help give us strength.

Cat Goldberg

Mediation in Music
I'm a big fan of Jewish music and Debra is one of my all time favorite cantors. Debra's enthusiasm and love for Judaism is totally contagious. In a world where a lot of crappy/horrible things are happening it's nice to feel a little shalom when listening to this album. Must buy for any Jew who loves music.