Originally established in 2002 as a small project dedicated to the preservation of recorded Jewish music, it has matured into a robust digitization operation for all types of sound recordings. Composer(s) : Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt, Arr: Cantor Henry Rosenblatt. 2 - Hallelujah, Psalm 113. Composer(s) : Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt; Arr. by: Dr. Milton Kaye. 4 - Tal. Composer(s) : Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt, Arr: Dr. Marvin Schwartz. Composer(s) : Cantor Henry Rosenblatt, 7 - Sh'ma Koleinu.
Josef "Yossele" Rosenblatt (May 9, 1882 - June 19, 1933) was a Ukrainian-born chazzan (cantor) and composer. He was regarded as the greatest cantor of his time. Rosenblatt was born on May 9, 1882, in Bila Tserkva, Russian Empire. The scion of a long line of cantors, Rosenblatt's devoutly religious upbringing prevented him from receiving formal musical training at any of the great academies of his day. He began his career as a member of the local synagogue choir
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Yossele Rosenblatt is recognized as the greatest cantorial singer of all time. John Springer Collection/Corbis. Yossele Rosenblatt is recognized as the greatest cantorial singer of all time. Worshippers were drawn not only by Rosenblatt's voice, but by his compositions. He wrote most of what he sang. Gole explains that he included a little melody, a little something more concrete to hang onto than the traditional free-form cantorial chanting, and "the congregation could. Rosenblatt 's extensive recording career earned him exposure beyond the Jewish community, and his relentless schedule of concerts took him around the country and across Europe.
Josef (Yossele) Rosenblatt. Born in Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine, immigrated to the . Widely considered the most popular cantor of his time, Rosenblatt composed and arranged numerous religious works and had a major influence on the cantorial world that followed him. Sources: Concise Encyclopedia of Jewish Music, Encyclopedia Judaica. Yossele Rosenblatt in "The Jazz Singer" (1927). Niggun of the Meggid of Mezerich From the album, "The Hasidic Niggun as Sung by the Hasidim. This dance niggun is the seventh and last in a series of niggunim sung by Bratslav Hasidim as they dance after the Shabbat evening service on Friday night. Some have attributed the niggun to R. Dov Ber, the meggid of Mezerich. Kol B'ru'ei (Padua, Italy) From the album, "Italian Jewish Musical Traditions from the Leo Levi Collection (1954-1961).
Listen to music from Yossele Rosenblatt like Misratze Berachamim. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Yossele Rosenblatt. Rosenblatt was born on May 9, 1882 in Bila Tserkva, Ukraine. The scion of a long line of cantors. Rosenblatt's devoutly religious upbringing prevented him from receiving formal musical training at any of the great academies of his day. He began his career as a member of the local synagogue choir.