Gerer Dance Tunes גערער טאנץ ניגונים מארשען און וואלצען (LP).
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Profile: (18 December 1885 – October 1965) was a Hasidic composer of Jewish liturgical music and choirmaster in the main synagogue of the Gerrer Rebbes both in Ger, Poland, and in Jerusalem, Israel. Known as "the Beethoven of the Gerrer Rebbes", he composed dozens of new melodies every year for the prayer services, including marches, waltzes, and dance tunes. Though he had no musical training and could not read music, Talmud composed over 1,500 melodies. Gerer Dance Tunes גערער טאנץ ניגונים מארשען און וואלצען (LP).
Yaakov Dov (Yankel) Talmud was born on 18 December 1885 (10 Tevet 5646) in Warsaw, Poland, to a family of Gerrer Hasidim. His father, an accomplished Talmid Chacham, worked in the lumber trade As a young child, Yankel often sneaked into the main Ger synagogue to listen to the choir rehearse for the High Holy Days. Talmud broadened his understanding of music and prayer by visiting well-known baalei tefillah (prayer leaders) such as Reb Zeidel Rovner and Reb Nissan Belzer . a b "Gerer Dance Tunes Composed by Yankel Talmud" (PDF). Retrieved 3 November 2013.
Among them were many thousands of Gerrer Hasidim who went to their deaths with the tunes of Reb Yaakov Talmud on their lips. When I told this to Reb Yaakov when he was in chutz la'aretz (outside the Land of Israel), he became very emotional. This is my portion from all my toil", he said. Talmud collaborated with Werdyger to prepare the first three collections of Songs of the Gerer Chassidim, with Werdyger singing to the accompaniment of a choir and orchestra. Werdyger's recordings include: Songs of the Gerer Chassidim Loi Sevoishi (1962). A Gerer Melava Malka (1963). Songs of the Gerer Chassidim Vehoer Eineinu (1966). Ger Holiday Songs (1973).
The Hasidic world reffered to Talmud as "The Beethoven of the Gerer Rebbe. For 60 years in both Europe and Israel, Talmud created 1100 melodies which were led by him and his kapelye (choir) in the main synagogue of the Rebbe of Ger. Beginning with his early years in Poland, and continuing in Israel, Talmud formed and conducted kapelyes (male choir groups) th (Tara Books). The Hasidic world reffered to Talmud as "The Beethoven of the Gerer Rebbe . Untrained musically, but possessing uncanny ability for composing new melodies, Reb Yankel created dance melodies, marches, waltzes, hopkes and a variety of other tunes. His "Lo Sevoshi" is standard in many Orthodox synagogues worldwide.
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Arrangement: Melody Line, Lyrics & Chords (MLC). Published by Hal Leonard. Composer: Talmud, Yankel. The Hasidic world reffered to Talmud as The Beethoven of the Gerer Rebbe. For 60 years in both Europe and Israel, Talmud created 1100 melodies which were led by him and his kapelye (choir) in the main synagogue ofthe Rebbe of Ger. Beginning with his early years in Poland, and continuing in Israel, Talmud formed and conducted kapelyes (male choir groups) that sang many of his compositions. A number of these melodies are still popular andhave remained a permanent part of the Ger musical repertoire.
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- Composed By – Yankel Talmud
- Music Director, Conductor – Alexander Tarski*