Kol Nidre

Conference and concert in the Copernic synagogue

Here are a few excerpts of the conference as well as the concert performed around the Kol Nidre, that was given on November 18th 2009 in the Copernic synagogue in Paris.

Speakers :

Bruno Fraitag : Vice-president Copernic synagogue
Delphine Horvilleur : Rabbi of the Mouvement juif libéral de France (MJLF)
Hervé Roten : Musicologist and director of the European Institute for Jewish Music

00 : 00 Introduction on the music of the Kol Nidrei by Max Bruch, from the CD Hebrew Melodies
00 : 22 Presentation of the conference by Bruno Fraitag (ULIF)
02 : 15 Delphine Horvilleur "Origins and stories about the text of the prayer Kol Nidre"
10 : 50 Hervé Roten "The musical aspects of the Kol Nidre among the Ashkenazi and Sefardi communities"
26 : 26 Traditional Kol Nidre by Samuel David
Cantor : Armand Benhamou, Ensemble choral ULIF, Organ : Nicole Wiener

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