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Hebrew Chant

by Tziona Achishena

A powerful double album of Jewish prayer, with layered female vocals and spare, spacious instrumentation. For meditation, prayer, and healing.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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1. Malchut
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2. Yesod
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3. Hod
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4. Netzach
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5. Tiferet
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6. Gevurah
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7. Chesed
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8. Modeh Ani
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9. Elohai Neshama
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10. Elohai Neshama Chant With Blessings
4:39 $0.99
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11. Moshe Emet
8:07 $0.99
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12. Ba Erev
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13. Baruch She'amar
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14. Ma Rabu
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15. Ahava
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16. Shema
2:50 $0.99
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17. Hashem Emet
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18. Mimitzrayim G'altanu Plus Silence
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19. L'y'shuatcha
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Shema Yisrael is the central prayer of Judaism, sung morning and night, at birth, and at death, proclaiming God's oneness and awakening us to "listen" to the harmony that creates audial oneness out of the world's intense visual and psychic multiplicity. This two disc set features one complete CD devoted to this prayer, sung to seven different melodies that are inspired by the seven lower "sephirot" of the Kabbalah. "Malchut" means Kingdom or Kingship. "Yesod" means Foundation. "Hod" is Glory. "Netzach" is Eternity. "Tiferet" is beauty or harmony. "Gevurah" is power. And "Chesed" is Kindness, Lovingkindness. The second disc features meditative morning prayers, sung in a resonant stairwell on the UC Berkeley campus, and in a prayer circle at the Aleph Kallah gathering of 1998. These discs are a window into the world of Jewish prayer, sung in a powerful woman's voice, in the traditional of Chazzanut, or visionary prayer leading. Originally published under the name zen ziona cohen.

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