Review for Kabbalah Kirtan
Wonderful spiritual music.
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Female vocalist YofiYah blends devotional chant with Judaism’s mystical teachings.
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Kabbalah: the mystical teachings of Judaism. Kirtan: the art of devotional chant. Bring them together, and you unfold the beauty of Kabbalah Kirtan, an ecstatic new musical form that invites you to sing to and join with God.
On Kabbalah Kirtan, YofiYah offers her gifts as a voice teacher, artist, and improvisational musician to create a safe and spiritually charged environment for listeners from all traditions to find and free their authentic voice, and experience the presence of God.
Our unity with God is likened to that of lovers, she explains. As we come together,we delight in the other's otherness, but at the moment of union both self and other fade into an ineffable oneness. Kirtan is among the most powerful methods we have of surrendering to this love.
Using vocals, harmonium, frame drum, tabla, oud, bansuri flute, and more, Kabbalah Kirtan is your invitation to experience the ecstasy and liberation of this passionate, sacred connection. Detailed liner notes with translations of each Hebrew chant help you understand the message as you move closer to the meeting.
Wonderful spiritual music.
The music is ok. It sounds to me too much like Hare Krishna music. Too repetitive. I like music with more mystery and suspense. If you think about it, the universe is totally mysterious. In my book Alien World I have two women saying:
“Oh Shadra. I shall miss you.” They hugged. “It’s scary, Shadra. It’s so scary.”
“Yes. It is scary. This strange universe we live in. It holds more secrets than we’ll ever be able to know.”
I would have enjoyed your music more if it had more of this feel.
Please do not take these comments as negatives but as constructive criticism.
Exceptional in all ways.
Very amazing CD, peaceful and invokes bliss every time I listen to it!
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