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Kaddish - Succot

Performed by Rabbi Ira L. Rohde, Hazzan

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Kaddish for the Eve of Succot with introductory lines from the end of Psalm 42.  Two melodies are traditionally used in this kaddish.  The first part uses a festival melody from London and the second part uses the "'Alel d'Italia" melody. 

This recording includes musical accompaniement composed and performed by Rabbi Rohde which reflects its 18th century musical origins.  In the synagogue it is performed without any instrumental accompaniment.

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