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Yonatan Razel's 'Adon Haselichot'
Yonatan Razel releases track of Jewish biblical poem
Famous American-Israeli composer Yonatan Razel turns one of the most popular Jewish liturgical poems in Israel into a song, as part several psalms set to be performed ahead of the High Holy Days.
Yonatan Razel, who has composed some of the most famous Jewish songs of recent years, recently released the melody of "Adon Haselichot"—perhaps the most popular piyut (Jewish liturgical poem) in Israel, at least for the High Holidays.

 

 

The song is peformed under Razel's direction with performances from the Israeli Andalusian Orchestra, Rabbi Haim Locke—one of the leading prayer poets in Israel, the Voices from Heaven gospel choir and conducted by Sivan Albo Ben Hur.

 

Yonatan Razel's 'Adon Haselichot' (Video: ABSProductions)

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The song—seen here for the very first time—will be performed in a special concert held for the coming High Holy Days, alongside other classic Jewish liturgical poems, such as "Avinu Malkeinu", "El Nora Alila", "Anenu", "Shema Koli" and more.

 

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