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Oraynu Sings


A collection of 18 songs sung by the Oraynu Congregation for Humanistic Judaism Choir led by Gail Klebanoff with selections by Sandi Horwitz at Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur observances, B’nai Mitzvah ceremonies, and Shabbat celebrations. Many of the songs are familiar traditional Hebrew songs; others are adapted contemporary songs and original pieces that express our Humanistic Jewish beliefs. Among the songs included are Hine Ma Tov, Naase Shalom, Lo Yissa Goy, Im Ayn Ani Li Mi Li, Ha Tov O Hara, Bashan Haba’a, Al Shlosha D’Varim, Ayfo Ori, and There’s a Place.



One Chorus, One Family featuring Abe & Micki Mandel

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Micki and Abe Mandel sing a collection of 25 songs sung at The City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism in New York City, featuring Rabbi Sherwin Wine’s uplifting lyrics “Ayfo Oree” set to new music. Sing along with old favorites and tomorrow’s traditions – old favorites with new lyrics consistent with a cultural Jewish heritage and modern beliefs – as well as songs you grew up with in English, Hebrew, Yiddish, and Russian. The 12-page liner insert include lyrics, transliterations and translations. Also among the songs included are Heenay Mah Tov (Traditional Israeli), Bashana (Hurit Hirsh), Lo Yeesah Goy El Goy (Traditional Israeli), Na’a-seh Shalom (Traditional Israeli: new lyrics: Sherwin Wine), Tsena Tsena (traditional Israeli), Oy’fen Pripehtcheck (Mark Warshawasky, English lyrics M. Mandel), Hayvaynoo Shalom Alaychem (Traditional Chasidic), Hava Nageela (Traditional Israeli), and Hatikvah (Traditional Israeli).


Celebrating Our Jewish Cultural Heritage, Songs to Move Us  Anne Shonbrun


Anne Shonbrun provides a compilation of 16 songs sung at The City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism in New York City. Some are traditional melodies, while others are adaptations of traditional melodies that reflect Humanistic Jewish ideals and values. Among the songs included are Shabbat blessings for candles, wine, and challah, Ayfo Oree, Lo Yissa Goy, Eem Ayn Anee Lee, Shalom Alaychem, and Mah Yafeh Hayom.