The Great Park Synagogue
Presents

Final Kaddish – Yamim Noraim

Arranged by H. Zallis
Musical direction – Adam H. Golding
Sound Engineering – Doron Kanar Video editing – Mark Badler

Featuring Chazzan – Rabbi Dovid Hazdan

2020 has been an unprecedented year. It is with great sadness, for the first time in the history of our community, that the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services will not be led by the Chazzan and choir.

To keep our congregation connected and uplifted through music, the Great Park choir has produced recordings of some of the highlights of the Yom Tov services, remotely from their homes during the Corona lockdown.

Text to include in black bar below heads during song:

The Final Kaddish of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is a high point of the service, and is sung to this tune across the world. Whilst the text of the Kaddish is best known as the recitation of a mourner, it is a statement of praise to G-d’s greatness and that is what this triumphant musical composition celebrates.

We thank members of the Great Park choir, both past and present from across the world for contributing to this recording under the direction of choir master Adam H. Golding, featuring Rabbi Hazdan as Chazzan.

Wishing you and your families a Shana Tovah and well over the Fast, The Great Park Team.

Featuring past and present members of the Great Park Choir from across the globe:

TENOR 1:
Dan Herman
Larry Mallach

TENOR 2:
Stan Feinstein
Michael Golding
Rov Anton Klein

BARITONE:
Greg Hurwitz
David Kimmelman
Jake Nudelman
Zach Nudelman

BASS:
Mark Horowitz
Adam Midzuk
Craig Nudelman


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