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Songs for the High Holidays  (MP3s - Downloadable Music Files)
Songs for the High Holidays (MP3s - Downloadable Music Files)

Songs for the High Holidays (MP3s - Downloadable Music Files)

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The High Holidays are made more special with inspirational song. Conveniently available as MP3 file download. A young people's chorus performs traditional melodies like Selichot and Avinu Malkenu, plus four original songs. The dozen festive songs are a great way for children to connect to the joy and meaning of the High Holidays.

Performed by Francis T. Goldman and young friends
Produced by Mason Stevens

Total length: 30 minutes

Downloadable PDF includes lyrics to songs.

Song List

1. Selichot
2. Turning
3. Barechu
4. Avinu Malkenu
5. The Shofar Song
6. L’Shanah Tovah
7. Kol Nidre
8. V’al Kulam
9. My Yetzer Hara
10. Ki Anu Amecha
11. Turning
12. L’Shanah Tovah

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