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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 34 - June 13, 2012

At least for one day, all ethnic tensions played second-fiddle to  Harmony Day, at Hamilton-Metz Park. As the summer is nearly upon us in its official capacity, we soon will mark the legal-age since the infamous 1991 Crown Heights riot. The day’s activities commenced with a march down Empire Boulevard in the morning, and ended [...]

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Tips in Welcoming Non-Jewish Guests to a Jewish Wedding

Are you having a Jewish wedding and inviting some non-Jewish friends over? Traditional Jewish weddings are in many ways different to other types of weddings so it is important to do every effort to make them feel comfortable during the occasion. Here are some tips to make your non-Jewish friends welcome during your Jewish wedding. [...]

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Dancing in a Jewish Wedding

Jewish weddings are festive occasions. Foods, drinks, music and dancing are all part of the festivities. Modern Jewish weddings choose to have secular bands playing for them. Traditional Jewish weddings on the other hand include Hora as their wedding dance. Enjoy your time as a guest in Jewish weddings with the following tips: In secular [...]

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Jewish Marriages

Then the Lord God said, ‘It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper as his partner.’ So out of the ground the Lord God formed every animal of the field and every bird of the air, and brought them to the man to see what he would [...]

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Steps to Dancing the Horah

Horah is a traditional dance in Jewish weddings, bat mitzvahs, and bar mitzvahs. Many Jews refer to it as the unofficial king of the Israeli folk dances. The Hora is originally a Romanian folk dance and was brought from Eastern Europe by Jewish immigrants. In the past Hora was danced in the Kibbutzim and small [...]

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Bar Mitzvah DJ – How to Find the Right DJ

When you are planning your son’s Bar Mitzvah, one of the things with which you need to use careful consideration is the Bar Mitzvah DJ. Your reception most likely will have about an equal mix of children and adults. They probably do not have the same taste in music so the difficult part is finding [...]

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The Real Complete Jewish Wedding Party

50 Most Important Songs & Traditions The most comprehensive Jewish Wedding Collection ever! Songs for: Bedekin (veiling the Bride) and Tish (pre-wedding reception), the Ceremony and the Seven Blessings, processionals, horas, music for toasts and dancing and much more. Label: World Wide Success, 2000

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The Ultimate Jewish Wedding Book

with CDby Velvel Pasternak 115 selections representing the most popular melodies for Processionals, Recessionals, Ceremony, Simcha Dancing, Klezmer & Yiddish, Israeli Folk Dances and the Song of Songs A Broad-based introduction to the history and customs of the Jewish wedding and a Wedding sampler are included.(143 Pages) Publisher: Tara, 2005

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The Rough Guide to Klezmer Revival

by Various Klezmer is the vivacious Jewish music, played traditionally at weddings and other celebrations. In the 1980s, new klezmer groups wanted more than just to revive the traditions of the past but to once again create a living tradition. They incorporated various styles, such as rock and roll and jazz with age-old Jewish folk [...]

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The Book Of Klezmer

The History, The Music, The Folkloreby Yale Strom Klezmer is Yiddish music, the music of the Jews in Europe and America, a music of laughter and tears, of weddings and festivals, of dancing and prayer. Born in the Middle Ages, it came of age in the shtetl (the Eastern European Jewish country town), where ‘a [...]

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The Ultimate Jewish Wedding & Party Music

13 selections representing the most popular melodies for the wedding ceremony: Processionals, Recessionals, Ceremony, Simcha Dancing, Klezmer & Yiddish, and Israeli Folk Dances. Label: Tara, 2005

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Sason V’Simcha - A Piamenta Wedding

2 CD Set!by Piamenta One man has symbolized simcha and the union of two Jewish souls, by instilling his own Neshama and talents within. Yossi Piamenta. A guitar virtuoso, with a heart of gold has revealed over the years what it means to take Simcha to the next level. His electrifying style and everlasting desire [...]

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The Book Of Klezmer

The History, The Music, The Folkloreby Yale Strom Klezmer is Yiddish music, the music of the Jews in Europe and America, a music of laughter and tears, of weddings and festivals, of dancing and prayer. Born in the Middle Ages, it came of age in the shtetl (the Eastern European Jewish country town), where ‘a [...]

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Nambe Candlesticks

Marilyn Davdison 8″ high Recite your Sabbath blessings in the presence of candles lit in this pair of noble, clean-lined candlesticks. The sticks rise triumphantly to cup and hold the candles and the dancing light reflects off the metal. Nambe Metal Candlesticks and Votives at Best Crystal - Nambe Metal is perfect for candlesticks and [...]

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Moondance

Moondance: 24″ X 24″ Inspired by Picasso, with vibrant colors a loving couple are dancing to the moonlight on their wedding night.

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Harmony - Nishima Kaplan

A glorious Sun sets over the ocean. The sliver of a New Moon soars in the heavens. Dancing figures, representing angels, cavort around the borders like guests at a wedding. All of heaven and earth is celebrating Dusk, the “marriage” of Day and Night, Sky and Earth, Air and Water. Dusk is the magic moment [...]

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