Quite a number of people have told me how moved they were by the words I spoke at the my father’s funeral. Some asked for copies of what I said. Still others asked to hear those words for the first time when they read reference to it in an obit somewhere. I don’t think I […]
[powerpress] The fourth draft of a kaddish layered with Mira reading her adaptation of Dodi Li to G and N’s poem to me, with congratulations to Mira on her birthday.
We’ve finally made the necessary arrangements with ASCAP so that we can run a public, free podcast of the daily “Kaddish” recordings. As of today, all our daily Kaddish recordings are linked directly in this blog as “daily kaddish: [title]” posts that have an embedded Media Player, and you can subscribe to “beitmalkhut.org” in the iTunes Music Store at You can now subscribe to our daily “kaddish in two-part harmony” podcast in the iTunes music store:
[powerpress] Another recording that incorporates a poem by N to Erin and an adaptation of “Dodi Li” by Mira for G. This time the horn track has a brief delay effect between the left and right channels.
[powerpress] A kaddish incorporating the text of a poem written by N to Erin, and an adaptation of “Dodi Li” for G by Mira.
[powerpress] A recording that incorporates an adaptation of “Dodi Li” by Mira for G and a poem by N for Erin.
[powerpress] A recording that layers a “Dodi Li” melody over Kogan’s “Kaddish” and then follows that with a horn-piano reading of “Dodi Li,” by Mira’s special request. She’d been frustrated looking for a recording of “Dodi Li” that was slow enough.
[powerpress] A kaddish for my neighbor Jaryn’s cat, Princess.