Folk music

Jeff Klepper


Jeff Klepper is an American Jewish Cantor, and one of the pioneers of the singer-songwriter style that took over American synagogue music during the second half of the 20th century. He started playing the guitar in 1962 and was a song-leader in NFTY summer camps. At those camps, he started to compose parts of the prayer by himself. Klepper was ordained as a cantor in 1980 in the HUC campus in New York. 

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Persistence and Transformation of a Sephardi - Penitential Hymn under Changing Environmental Conditions

Hanoch Avenary

Yona Homiya

12 Sephardic songs. The book contains songs that were either written, composed, or sung by Yitzhak Eliyahu Navon. Includes words and music. Edited and published by Yitzhak Levi, for the preservation of Sephardi folk music.

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