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Jewish hip hop music? No way! Way!!! This groundbreaking Celebrate Series recording brings together 12 top Jewish Hip Hop artists from around the world, including brand new tracks by veteran rappers Blood of Abraham, Remedy of Wu Tang Clan fame, and a Yiddish/Klezmer track by DJ Socalled. The UK is represented by young artists Emunah and Antithesis, while Israel, a hot bed of this genre, offers two of its finest Mook E and Sagol 59. A Russian crew Isquad, living in Israel, the Ukraine, Russia and the US, met online and created music virtually! The album is completed with the sounds of respected Miami hip hop pioneer
, and Hip Hop Hoodios comprised of musicians from Jewish/Latino backgrounds, and closes out with newcomer MC Hy. Take a chance, expand your horizons, and push the envelope with this music by Jewish artists who dare to be different!
Jewish hip hop has arrived! Truly fresh and invigorating.
CD: $14.99 from CD Baby
MP3 Album: $9.99 from CD Baby
Single tracks: $0.99 from CD Baby Celebrate Yiddish the perfect introduction to some of the most popular artists in the field. This 12-song compilation, produced by Craig 'n Co., is "the ultimate collection of Yiddish songs from around the world, performed by some of the best and brightest artists to be found." Deeply moving and authentic, this rousing collection by virtuosic artists is a must for the Yiddish music collector, or as an introduction for a newcomer!
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The Haftarah Commentary is a comprehensive new translation of the weekly selections from the Prophets and Writings, complete with meticulously cantillated Hebrew text, commentary and translations, essays, gleanings from sources modern and ancient, notes, glossary, bibliography, and additional selections for use as alternatives to the traditional haftarot. To insure the accuracy and accessibility of the new volume, consulting editor S. David Sperling, a professor of Hebrew at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, reviewed the entire text and commentary.
Look what they're saying about The Haftarah Commentary:
"Eminently useful."--Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis, Valley Beth Shalom, Encino, CA
My Jewish World: An Early Childhood Music Curriculum (Book/CD set)
Music can be a wonderfully effective teaching tool for preschool aged children. My Jewish World guides teachers through the process of introducing and utilizing song in the classroom to teach Jewish values.
In her comprehensive and easy to follow book, Judy Caplan Ginsburgh includes twenty-six songs, religious and secular, that will help to facilitate an environment of fun and learning. Each song addresses important Jewish concepts and many use Hebrew words and prayers. Judy provides comments, activities, and creative ideas, specific for each song, which can be used in the classroom to learn about being Jewish every day. The importance of saying the Sh'ma each morning, learning the Hebrew words for colors, understanding body parts, and the value of cooperation are only some of the Jewish concepts touched on in the book.
In addition, Judy Ginsburgh includes a list of suggested books for many of the topics. These books help to reinforce and expand the lessons laid out in the curriculum.
With a helpful glossary of Hebrew and Yiddish terms and the companion music CD, My Jewish World is a wonderful guide to making music significant in the Jewish classroom.
Heads and Tales: Stories of the Sages to Enlighten Our Minds
Rabbi Edwin Goldberg's new book Heads and Tales: Stories from the Sages to Enlighten our Minds brings age-old tales to life once more. Designed as an introduction to the art of reading rabbinic literature, Heads and Tales opens the door to the creative genius of the rabbis of long ago.
Using this carefully selected collection of stories, Heads and Tales will help instill a love of Jewish stories, while also helping students gain the skills needed to be critical readers of these traditional stories. In addition, these stories demonstrate that the issues that concerned our ancestors in past generations are similar or are the same as those that concern us today. The tales found in the book, while they may have been written in years gone by, remain most relevant.
Perfect introduction to traditional text study
Texts provided in both Hebrew and English
Discussion questions included
Insightful commentary on each story
Well-suited for high school or adult education classes