The High Holidays are made more special with inspirational songs, conveniently available as a 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.
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
12. L Shanah Tovah
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