14 September 2009

Something new in Rosh Hashanah 5770

If you think it's time try something new this Rosh Hashanah, I totally join you on your wish. Rosh Hashanah is the day where we should renew ourselves.
How about trying a new fruit? Learn the meaning and the rituals behind it with G-d and Todd from "My Jewish Learning"

On Rosh Hashanah we sing lots of great traditional songs. But, when are we going to start including new ones? I've heard it too often specially among colleagues of mine: Who has time to teach new songs to students? And the result is a whole generation of Jewish students barely remembering to sing Shanah Tovah or LeShanah Habaa.
Here is your chance to add something new to your Rosh Hashanah curriculum or song list. A beautiful melody and videoclip from Israeli singer/songwriter Avigail Cohen
" Erev Rosh Hashanah" (A Rosh Hashanah evening.) After you hear it once, you will be playing it over and over again.

Also, enjoy this nice and entretaining video clip called "Matana L'Rosh Hashanah" (A gift for Rosh Hashanah) played
by "kedoshim Babes" ( I am puzzled by the name as well)

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