In stories, Third

By Jack Kugelmass

As we prepare for the High Holy Days,  we are reminded that the voice of the cantor intoning the special High Holy Day tropes, niggunim, melodies and choral pieces enhance our participation in all aspect of the Holy Days.

We at Holy Blossom are especially proud of how the music led by Cantor Maissner makes our services unique in their depth of spirituality and meaning during this time.  In anticipation of this year’s High Holy Day services, congregants may enjoy  several recordings of Cantor Maissner and our choirs that are archived by Florida Atlantic University. Among the recordings are two albums for the High Holy Days:  Days of Awe and Rosh Hashanah.

These two are among 28 of  Beny Maissner’s recordings, with his choirs, on the Web site.

To listen to the recordings of Days of Awe and Rosh Hashanah, click on the following links: Days of Awe and Rosh Hashanah

To access the complete archive of Cantor Maissner’s recordings  click the following link: Beny Maissner’s recordings

Shana Tova!

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