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Adina Klahr, M. Kahan-Frankl - I Hear A Mitzvah! album mp3

Performer: Adina Klahr
Title: I Hear A Mitzvah!
Released: 1975
Style: Educational, Religious
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 979
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I Hear a Symphony is the eighth studio album released by American girl group the Supremes on the Motown label in 1966. According to Motown data the album sold over 1,900,000 copies. Positioned as a successful attempt to further bridge the gap between traditional pop music, the traditional Motown sound and soul, the album included the title track, the Supremes' sixth number-one single, and the Top Ten single "My World is Empty Without You"

Falling In Love is out tomorrow everywhere! I can’t wait for y’all to hear this pi. witter.

Bar mitzvah (Hebrew: בַּר מִצְוָה) is a Jewish coming of age ritual for boys. Bat mitzvah (Hebrew: בַּת מִצְוָה; Ashkenazi pronunciation: bas mitzveh) is a Jewish coming of age ritual for girls. The plural is b'nai mitzvah for boys, and b'not mitzvah (Ashkenazi pronunciation: b'nos mitzvah) for girls.

The bar mitzvah ceremony formally, publicly marks the assumption of that obligation, along with the corresponding right to take part in leading religious services, to count in a minyan (the minimum number of people needed to perform certain parts of religious services), to form binding contracts, to testify before religious courts and to marry. A Jewish boy automatically becomes a bar mitzvah upon reaching the age of 13 years, and a girl upon reaching the age of 12 years. No ceremony is needed to confer these rights and obligations

You know from mitzvah projects, right? They’re a relatively new thing-compulsory social-action projects run by synagogues for 12- and 13-year-olds as an official part of bar and bat mitzvah prep. The intent is lovely: Teach kids about the responsibilities of Jewish adulthood, encourage the values of tikkun olam and giving back, raise funds for good causes, and be so awesome that you don’t even need Ne-Yo in your bar mitzvah video. In some communities, doing a mitzvah project (a phrase that did not even exist when I had my bat mitzvah, back before the walls of Jericho came tumbling down) involves little more than putting an extra thermagraphed card in the tissue paper festival that is the invitation, mentioning the name of the kid’s charity.

I'm so hard to reach, you won't see me again (Me again) I spent 20 years waiting on the stairs Now I'm finished thinking anyone will ever hear these prayers. If I die before I wake, smoke me out at Heaven's gate Bring me back to life on Sunday, pour me up the devil's drink Wake up, go to work on Monday, grind it out for seven straight You showed me that just because we're blood don't mean we relate


A1 The Sound Of The Shofar
A2 Fuzzy The Bee (Story)
A3 Kavonah
A4 Sukkos
A5 Latkele
A6 The Shemen
A7 I'll Plant A Tree
B1 When Purim Comes
B2 Proud To Be A Jew
B3 The Little Mouse
B4 Trust In Hashem
B5 Rabbi Akiva
B6 The Mountain Song
B7 Hashem Gave Us A Present
B8 Yemos HaMoshiach


  • Coordinator [Music] – Adina Klahr*
  • Music Director, Piano – M. Kahan-Frankl
  • Soloist – Avromi Flam, Motti Kahan, Shloimie Kenner, Yisroel Meyer Kenner


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