The word Seliha (plural- Selihot) means forgiveness in Hebrew.
A term used by Hassidim and East European hazzanim; it literally means 'Movement.' An ambiguous term, found in contemporary Hasssidic written and ora
Online version can be found in the National Library catalogue, click here. For source reading about the Mitsve Tants, see page 82.
Thesis dissertation concerning cantor-composer Hirsch Weintraub.
Three volumes of synagogue recitatives and choruses. Compositions for Sabbath, High Holidays, Purim, Funerals and Chanukah.
A collection of recitatives for cantor. [edited by G. Schaposchnik].
Synagogue music for cantor and choir.