Beloved Yom Kippur Melody Reimagined By Rogers Park Band



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    Beloved Yom Kippur Melody Reimagined By Rogers Park Band

    Following the release of the Yom Kippur song, “Ki Hinei” Rogers Park Band is announcing the release of a music video for “Yaaleh”, with the Lubavitch melody set to the tefillah of Yom Kippur • Full Story, Video

    Following the release of the Yom Kippur song, “Ki Hinei” Rogers Park Band is announcing the release of a music video for “Yaaleh”, with the Lubavitch melody set to the tefillah of Yom Kippur. Attached to the music video is a running text meditation based on the writings of Tzvi Freeman.

    “Teshuva, often translated as repentance, is more accurately translated as return,” says Yosef Peysin, vocalist and guitarist for Rogers Park. “Our focus on this opening prayer of Maariv on Yom Kippur is that our petitions and prayers find a home over the entire Yom Kippur – from evening to morning, to nightfall. Yom Kippur is about returning to our very self which at our core is our soul – an actual part of G-d.”.

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