Shabbat with the Tesslers
1. Shalom Aleichem (traditional) 2. Shalom Aleichem (version 1) 3. Shalom Aleichem (version 2) 4. Shalom Aleichem (version 3) 5. Aishet Chayil (traditional) 6. Aishet Chayil (original) 7. Blessing of the Children 8. Kiddush for Friday Evening 9. Menucha V'simcha 10. Mah Yedidut 11. Yah Ribon 12. Tzur Mishelo 13. Yom Zeh M'chubad 14. Dror Yikra 15. Shir Ha'ma-a-lot 16. Grace After Meals (benching) 17. Na'ar Ha-vi-ti
High Holidays Nusach (tunes) with Dr. Abe Cherrick
Track #1 - Introduction
Track #2 - Ahni Rishon (Zimirot)
Track #3 - Barchu (Maariv)
Track #4 - Meloch (Musaf)
Track #5 - Brachot thru V'al Yerushalayim (Maariv)
Track #6 - Hayom Haras Areshet (Shofar)
Track #7 - Tiku Bachodesh Shofer (Maariv)
Track #8 - Atah Zochar (Zimirot)
Track #9 - Kaddish before Amidah (Maariv)
Track #10 - Al Yidei - Zichronot - (Musaf)
Track #11 - L'dovid Mizmor (Maariv)
Track #12 - Haben Yakir Le (Musaf)
Track #13 - Kiddush
Track #14 - Zichronot - (Musaf)
Track #15 - Hineni
Track #16 - Atah Negahlasa (Shofros)
Track #17 - Half Kaddish (Mosaf)
Track #18 - Uvidivrei Kodshecha - shofarot (Musaf)
Track #19 - Avot (Chazaros Hashatz)
Track #20 - Retzeh - ulecha naeh lehodos (Musaf)
Track #21 - M'sod (Chazaros Hashatz)
Track #22 - Birkhat Cohanim
Track #23- Karen Bimasecha to Micalcal Chayim (Chazaros Hashatz)
Shabbat with the Tesslers (c) 1999 Rabbi Joel Tessler all rights reserved.
Spirituality Through Song is dedicated to the memory of Miriam J. Leder of New York, N.Y.
Miriam Leder is remembered by all who knew her as a smiling, welcoming face who emerged from large extended family gatherings to greet newcomers - especially her cousins’ fiancees.
Mimi, as she was known, was also the family chanteuse. She would sanctify special occasions like weddings with beautiful renditions of the couples’ favorite songs, including "Till The End Of Time" based on Chopin's Polonaise. At her extended-family's gatherings, to entertain, Mimi would encourage others to join her singing and guitar playing.
In her will Mimi bequeathed a gift to a synagogue to be named, where mourner’s kaddish would be said in her memory. We, Mimi’s first cousins, agreed that Beth Sholom is that synagogue. And we urge that Mimi's gift to Beth Sholom be used to underwrite a tribute to her musical talents and welcoming ways.
Stephen & Gail Bashein, Alan & Nancy Bessen, Jay & Joyce Riemer, Rona & Harvey Shackman, Lila Tarnowsky, and Harvey & Helene Zeichner.