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daily kaddish: stumbling

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The “only one take, no matter what” rule is bad enough on horn, where I have to let go of clams and splatters, but when I’m taking a huge shortcut and just reading it, and I still want to start over again? Oy. Continue reading

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daily kaddish: with Tina and shruti box

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Tonight’s Kaddish features Tina R Fields, whom I’m delighted to be visiting in Boulder for a few days, singing and playing shruti box to accompany my singing Kogan’s “Kaddish.” Continue reading

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daily kaddish: stats-fried

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A long day of stats—at a JMP conference this week. Fried. Continue reading

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daily kaddish: from the road

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Just a tired Kaddish from Boulder, CO, at the end of a long work day. Continue reading

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daily kaddish: horns still apart

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For the first time, I attempted to read just the Hebrew/Aramaic column. I tried not to look at the transliteration and mostly succeeded.
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daily kaddish: horns apart

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With my horns down to parts and my brain too fried to attempt a piano harmonization, I figured I’d better read the text. Continue reading

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daily kaddish: after the barbecue

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Neither Mira nor I felt much like making the daily kaddish recording, so I proposed we take a page from my Israeli friends who recited it at astonishing speed. Continue reading

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on making the “two-part harmony” live, in person

Since Mira and I first met in person several weeks ago, we’ve been planning to start doing Kaddish recordings together occasionally—to start emphasizing the “two-part harmony” of our project title. We released our first collaborative recording last night in daily kaddish: for all the foster children who don’t quite make it. Continue reading

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