Rosh Hashana 2

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Rosh Hashana is also called Yom Hadin, the “Judgement Day”, symbol of the creation of men. It is therefore a day of intense prayer in order to call for divine mercy. But it is also a day of rejoicing because we are confident in God’s judgement.

During the Morning Prayer, it is custom to blow in the shofar, to remember Isaac’s sacrifice and the mercy God gave him.

Another tradition says that during these days, men should have only “positive” thoughts, and should not feel anger or hatred against one another. Therefore, the first day of the new year becomes an example and a reference for the following days.

Rosh Hashana begins the period called the 10 Days of Repentance which ends with Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement

SHANA TOVA !!!

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  • Adon Olam - Arie Braun

  • Alénou Léchabéakh (EXTRAIT) - Philippe Darmon

  • Akhot Ketana (EXTRAIT) - Abraham Dahan

  • Hodou (EXTRAIT) - Musiques liturgiques des juifs de Tlemcen

  • Shofet Col Haarets - Emile Kaçman

  • Bo’hen kol Echtaunaus (EXTRAIT) - Michel Heymann

  • Ounessane Tokef (Ki Keshime’Ho) (EXTRAIT) - André Stora

  • Vayehi - Shalom Berlinski (Jules Franck)

  • Adon Olam - Adolphe Attia (PMJF-001)

  • Achèm Békol Shoffar (EXTRAIT) - Philippe Darmon

  • Adon Olam - Sarah Iancu & David Bismuth (Charles-Valentin Alkan) (CDD_012)

  • Avinou Malkénou - Yosef Bahr

  • Hale-Luya (EXTRAIT) - Liturgies juives d’Ethiopie

  • Kaddich du soir de Roch Hachana & Yom Kippour (EXTRAIT) - Michel Heymann

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