Put the music back into your family’s Passover celebration! Seder Songs features 22 fantastic tunes for the Passover seder. You’ll find some of the most tried-and-true traditional melodies from both Ashkenazi and Sephardi traditions, as well as the newest contemporary settings from artists like Peter and Ellen Allard, Noah Budin, Max Chaiken, Eric Komar, Steven Sher and Peri Smilow. The collection includes a variety of songs tailored to children as well as offerings for adults of all ages.
Seder Songs includes two CDs--one featuring complete recordings of each tune with vocals, and another with each song in “music minus one” format ("Karaoke" style, instrumental tracks with no vocals) for a musical backdrop to your own spirited seder singing.
SEDER SONGS by various artists, produced by Transcontinental Music Publications
TRACK LIST AND SAMPLE CLIPS:
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DISC 1: Full Vocal Version
1. Kadeish Urchatz (Babylonian melody)
2. Dodi Li (S. Sher)
3. Ha Lachma Anya (P. Smilow)
4. Mah Nishtanah (Folk)
5. Mah Nishtanah (Lern-Shteiger)
6. Why, Why, Why? (L. Silver / V. Shaw)
7. Avadim Hayinu (S. Postolsky)
8. Oh Listen, King Pharaoh (S. Cohen)
9. Ten Plagues in Egypt Land (Peter & Ellen Allard)
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