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composer: Chaim Banet - Shmuel Brazil - Moshe Laufer - Mordechai Ben David - Yossi Green - Eli Kranzler - Shlomo Carlebach
editor: Rita Ottens - Joel E. Rubin
booklet writer: Rita Ottens - Joel E. Rubin
orchestra/ensemble: Moshe Berlin Ensemble

Hasidic-Orthodox Music from the Festival of the Torah in Jerusalem

Jewish Music Series

Moshe “Moussa” Berlin and his Ensemble:Moshe “Moussa” Berlin: clarinet / Elyashiv Berlin: drums / Yechiel Greenberg: drums / Menachem Herman: electric guitar / Leib Yaacov Rigler: synthesizer / Students of the Merkaz Ha-Rav Yeshiva: vocals

Edition: CD
Order number: SM 16282

Price: 17.50 €
including VAT and plus delivery


Ana aveda
Yehei ra’ava (Yossi Green)
Nagil v’nasis (Yossi Green)
Nigun Karlin (Karliner Hasidim)
Ha-aderet v’ha-emunah
Hineh ma tov no. 1 (Pittsburgher Hasidim)
Ki lo yitosh (Eli Kranzler)
Ki lashem ha-m’lukhah
Aderaba (Yossi Green)
V’taher libenu
Min ha-metzar
Biglal avot (Shlomo Carlebach)
B’sefer chayim
Yehei shlama raba
Koh amar no. 1
Prayer for fifth hakafah/Prok yat anakh (Modzitzer Hasidim)
Koh amar no. 2 (Chaim Banet, Vizhnitzer Hasidim)
Kaveh el hashem (Shmuel Brazil)
Modeh ani (Shmuel Brazil)
Or chadash (Yossi Green)
Ki ha-mitzvah (Yossi Green)
Tanya (Yossi Green)
Rikudim yerushalmim (Jerusalemite Dance) no. 1
Rikudim yerushalmim (Jerusalemite Dance) no. 2
Moshe emet (Stoliner Hasidim)
Nigun Karlin no. 2 (Karliner Hasidim; Hora pt. 1)
Terkish bulgarish (“Turkish” bulgar; repertoire of Naftule Brandwein; Hora pt. 2)
Hineh ma tov no. 2 (Meron repertoire; Hora pt. 3)
Shnirele perele (Hora pt. 4)
Bar Yochai (Hora pt. 5)
Ein adir (Hora pt. 6)
Adon ha-s’lichot
V’tamid n’saper/Ashrei ha-am
Samchem (Moshe Laufer/Mordechai Ben David)


“Aneinu!” – Moshe “Moussa” Berlin, Israel’s foremost klezmer clarinetist, plays with his ensemble from the repertoire of the hasidic-orthodox klezmer tradition. The recordings were made by ethnomusicologist Joel Rubin in a yeshiva (a Jewish institution for Torah study and the study of Talmud) during the ceremony celebrating the end of the holiday Simchat Torah. They show the vital role that the music of the “klezmorim” and the ecstatic singing of “nigunim” (melodies of spiritual elevation) play among orthodox Jews, displaying at the same time a microcosm of the variety of ethnic and cultural influences to be found in the musical traditions of Israel today.

This production received the quarterly German Record Critics' Award.


2008 |German Record Critics' Award

German Record Critics' Award

Based on recommendations of more than 100 critics, the German Record Critics' Award is Germany's most prestigious award for recordings.

additional information

Quaterly List of Best Recordings 4/2008


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