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  1. Lecha Dodi Sheet Music

    This new setting of the traditional text for Lecha Dodi is by Elaine Moses. The lead sheet contains vocal line and guitar chords. Words for the first verse are included.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/document/lecha-dodi-sheet-music

    Posted on: 2016/04/14 - 10:48am

  2. She Said No!

    Based on Chapter 1 of the Book of Esther

    Without her gown, He summoned her down
    Said it was his right, As a man with a crown
    He was obsessed; She should be undressed
    Vashti refused to be, a woman oppressed.

    CHORUS:
    She said “no” to the king,
    She said “no” to the king,
    She said “no-no-no-no-no-no-no”
    She said “no” to the king!

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/music/she-said-no

    Posted on: 2016/04/15 - 1:47pm

  3. Teen "TEL" Curriculum: Hiddur Mitzvah

    The TEL (Teens: Experience and Learning) post-b’nai mitzvah program focuses on the values of spiritual peoplehood that form the cornerstones of Reconstructionist Jewish education. Each curriculum focuses on a different value. Hiddur Mitzvah is a Hebrew expression meaning “beautification of a mitzvah,” which we here interpret as creativity in its broadest sense. 

    The curricular units are:

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/document/teen-tel-curriculum-hiddur-mitzvah

    Posted on: 2016/04/21 - 2:25pm

  4. Hasal Siddur Pesach

    This text is found at the end of the Passover haggadah. It can be read in context on Sefaria. 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/music/hasal-siddur-pesach

    Posted on: 2017/03/29 - 3:42pm

  5. Omer Song

    Words and music by Juliet I. Spitzer, performed by MIRAJ (Juliet Spitzer, Rabbi Margot Stein, Rabbi Rayzel Raphael)

    Come on now, count the Omer
    You can count the Omer
    Come on now, count the Omer
    1, 2, 3, 4 Count with me!

    During the time the Temple stood
    Folks would come on by
    Offering a barley sheaf as a way to sanctify
    Life which should be rich and full
    And never, never rote…
    Come on, let’s count the days between
    Passover and Shavuot.

    Now, now, now (Chorus) 

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/music/omer-song

    Posted on: 2017/03/29 - 3:51pm

  6. Shalom Aleychem - Contemporary

    Music: Rabbi Steve Segar
    Text: Traditional Liturgy
    Arrangement and performance: Rabbi Shawn Zevit with Rabbi Margot Stein and Rayzel Raphael.

    From Generations: Journey Across the Ages by Shawn Zevit.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/music/shalom-aleychem-contemporary

    Posted on: 2017/03/29 - 4:02pm

  7. Beshalakh Niggun

    I love to sing. Although I was an instrumental musician earlier in my life and even attended a conservatory  as a saxophone player for my undergraduate studies, singing has always been in my soul. To sing in joy is perhaps one of the greatest pleasures a person can have in their life and is truly one of the ways we can serve God (ivdu et adonay besimkha).

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/music/joyful-soulful-prayer-beshalakh-niggun

    Posted on: 2017/03/29 - 4:17pm

  8. Passover Kiddush

    This track contains the Reconstructionist text of the Kiddush prayer for the Passover seder. It was recorded by Shabbat Unplugged, whose members are:

    The recording comes from the companion CD to the Reconstructionist Haggadah, A Night of Questions.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/music/kiddush-passover

    Posted on: 2017/04/05 - 2:45pm

  9. Hashivenu theme song

    This is the theme song to the Hashivenu podcast, composed by Chana Rothman

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/music/hashivenu-theme-song

    Posted on: 2017/07/18 - 7:12pm

  10. Launch Grant 2017 Shelly Barnathan

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