Poco le das, la mi consuegra Una matica de ruda B'ni b'gincha Kol nidrë Ven hermoza Dame la mano Fel sharah canet betet masha La buliza çapateta Dulores tiene la reina Mi querido bevió vino - El mi querido bevió vino Una pastora yo amí Ah, el novio no quere dinero El rey que muncha madruga Esturulú
Arnold Schoenberg's religious works serve as chapters in his own spiritual biography. the late twelve tone musicla style is apparent in his piece "Jacob's ladder". In his piece "kol Nidre" his return to traditional tonality and his choice of the topic reveal his deep personal interest in the Jew who left his religion and aspires to return to it.
1931-2 This is one of Idelsohn's most intriguing articles; it is a study in which his abilities as historian, liturgist, cantor and musician show at their best. The article begins with a concise discussion of the kol nidre text; its legal aspect and its history from Geonic times in Babylonia to the ninteenth-century Reform in Germany.