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Cantor Abraham H. Wolkin

29.01.2012

Born March 19, 1918 in Brooklyn, New York. Trained with legendary Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt .By age 13 considered a Vunder Kind Chazan. Became a member of the Metropolitan Opera Chorus in 1939. Officiated as Cantor (1952-1992) during Rosh Hashana , Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Pesach and Shavuot at Charles and Lillian Brown’s Hotel, Loch Sheldrake, NY. Engaged as official Cantor at Chateau D’Or, a catering facility in Brooklyn, NY. Performed In Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Israel as well as in the United States at Madision Square Garden, Times Square and Brooklyn College. Licensed by the State of New York as a Mesada Kedushin which afforded the entitlement of performing wedding and bar mitzvah ceremonies and acquiring the title of Reverend Cantor. Officiated at 2000 marriages at various venues. In the 1980’s featured on Joe Franklin’s Channel Nine television program as well as Ruth Jacobs’ Jewish Home Hour on WEVD radio. Author of autobiography, “My Life as Cantor” which can be found on the Jericho Jewish Center website, http://www.jerichojc.com. under the subheading “Cantor’s Files – Member Works

The whole crowd dancing lipa schmeltzers mizrach maarov son

12.03.2014

The whole crowd dancing lipa schmeltzers mizrach maarov song at the blev echad Purim event

JEWS GONE WILD LIPA THE BEST AT JEWISH MUSIC CONCERT

 06.06.2010

WILD JEWISH MOST FUNNIEST DANCING LIPA SCHMELTZER GETTING CROWD HAPPY SATMAR BELZ CHABD MBD FRIED VIZNITZ PUPA REBBE RABBI

Yumi Lowy & Yedidim Choir – חתונה חסידית ומקהלת ידידים

 09.03.2014

Yumi Lowy & Yedidim Choir – חתונה חסידית ומקהלת ידידים (Breaking news,trailer,fragments,global news 2014 news,2014 trailers..)

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Fallow us:https://www.fb.com/EdebiyatSevdasi.org 1 Song Ma Yufis From Dudi Kalish/Yedidim Ezkero Album 2 Song Lechu Venashuva From Kumzing DVD – HaMenagnim לכו ונשובה – לחן: הרב נח פלאי Choir Tzvi Blu

Shaya Ilowitz & Yedidim Choir Sing At Yad Ephraim

 08.03.2014

Shaya Ilowitz & Yedidim Choir – First Song מתרצה ברחמים From Tzali Gold Debut Album “Ahava Raba” Composed by Meshulam Greenberger Second Song “Refua” Composed by Baruch Levine, the yearly Yad Ephraim fundraising dinner in Boro Park on January 8 2014

Moishele Horowitz Singing At A Chuppah

10.03.2014

Moishe Horowitz and Zevi Fried Singing, Avrumy Berko On Keys, At A Chuppah Feb 3rd In Ateres Chinka Boro Park

Shloime Taussig & Yitzy Rosinger Duet (Birchas Habanim)

 09.03.2014

Shloime Taussig, And Wonder Kid Yitzy Rosinger Duet (Birchas Habanim) Avrumy Berko On Keys At Wedding March 6th in Tiferes Mordechai Belz

Yumi Lowy sings Machnisei Rachamim (Yiddish)

08.02.2011

Yumi Lowy sings Machnisei Rachamim (Yiddish) Song Composed by Chaim Banet and lyrics by Badchan Yonasan Schwartz with the Yedidim Choir at Yad Ephraim Dinner Feb. 3 2011 in Boro Park

Central Synagogue: Cantor Yitzchak Meir Helfgot and Jimmy Barnes My Yiddishe Momme

02.04.2012

Two stars of very different styles of music join forces for this classic

Rare Footage:Chazan Helfgot at the wedding of the grandson of Rav Pinchas Menachem Alter ZT”L

 17.03.2012

A very interesting and rare clip, where a Young Itche Meir Helfgot sings Kevartin’s V’Tiher at the wedding of the grandson of Rav Pinchas Menachem Alter ZT”L, the previous Gerrer Rebbe.On the other side of the chosson is the current Gerrer Rebbe

Gur Hasidim dance

14.10.2012

Ger, or Gur (or Gerrer when used as an adjective) is a Hasidic dynasty originating from Ger, the Yiddish name of Góra Kalwaria, a small town in Poland.
Prior to the Holocaust, Ger was probably the largest and most influential Hasidic group in Poland.[citation needed] Today it is one of the largest Hasidic dynasties in the world.[citation needed] It is now based in Jerusalem. The rebbes who lead the movement have the family name of Alter. The founder of this group was Rabbi Yitzchak Meir Alter (1798–1866), known as the Chiddushei HaRim after his primary scholarly work by that title.

Carlibach Slichot with Yitzchak Meir

08.09.2012

Historic Gerrer Hasidic Wedding – 2004 – חתונה בחסידות גור – תשס״ד

05.08.2012

Ger, or Gur (or Gerrer when used as an adjective) is a Hasidic dynasty originating from Ger, the Yiddish name of Góra Kalwaria, a small town in Poland.

Prior to the Holocaust, Ger was probably the largest and most influential Hasidic group in Poland.Today it is one of the largest Hasidic dynasties in the world. It is now based in Jerusalem. The rebbes who lead the movement have the family name of Alter. The founder of this group was Rabbi Yitzchak Meir Alter (1798–1866), known as the Chiddushei HaRim after his primary scholarly work by that title. Almost all Gerrer Hasidim living in pre-war Europe (approximately 200,000 Hasidim) perished during the Holocaust.Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Alter, who managed to escape, set about the task of rebuilding the movement in the British Mandate of Palestine.

Under its post-war leaders, the movement began to flourish again. Presently, on major occasions such as Shavuos, more than 12,000 Hasidim may gather in the main Gerrer beth midrash.

Large communities of Gerrer Hasidim exist in Israel in Ashdod, Bnei Brak, Jerusalem, and Tel Aviv, as well as in New York, Lakewood, New Jersey, Los Angeles, London, Antwerp, Zurich and Toronto. Several satellite communities have also been established in small towns in Israel, such as Arad in the Negev desert, Hatzor HaGlilit in the Galilee, Kiryat HaRim Levin in Tel Aviv, Beit Shemesh and Kiryat Gat. Ger maintains a well-developed educational network of Talmud Torahs, yeshivas, and kollels, as well as Beis Yaakov schools for girls. Its leaders dominate the Agudat Israel religious movement and political party in Israel. The men are distinguished by their dark hasidic garb, and by their pants tucked into their socks called hoyzn-zokn (not to be confused with the breeches, called halber-hoyzn, worn by some other hasidic groups). They wear a round felt hat, and a high, almost-pointed kapel. On Shabbos and Jewish holidays, married men wear the high circular fur hat of the Polish Hasidim, called a spodik by Galitzyaners (not to be confused with the much flatter shtreimel worn by married men in Hasidic groups which do not hail from Congress Poland).

Ger follows the way of the Kotzker Rebbe in stressing service of God in a sharp and objective way, as opposed to the mystical and spiritual orientation of other Hasidic groups. Ger also places much emphasis on Talmud study. During both Friday night and Shabbos morning services, worshipers take a break — usually one hour long — which is devoted to Torah study.

Hebrew is spoken, unlike other hasidic movements where Yiddish is used.

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