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Upcoming Rehearsals & Music Events

07.12.2018 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
07.22.2018 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
07.26.2018 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
08.02.2018 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
08.09.2018 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Music Resources

Below is a collection of resources specially curated by our Temple's Cantor, Abby Gostein. Are you looking for CDs / mp3s for your own listening pleasure or to give as gifts? Are you a budding instrumentalist searching for sheet music, or a temple member who wants to be able to sing along more confidently during services? Seeking more general Jewish musical knowledge? We've got something for you below!

(Please note: Temple Beth Shalom and its employees do not endorse any of the following web sites, nor can we make any statements regarding the accuracy of information found in these sites.)

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  • Oysongs
  • Transcontinental Music Publications
  • Jewish Music Digital Downloads
  • Hot Shabbat
  • Tot Shabbat
  • Klezmer Shack - one of the most respected authorities on everything Klezmer online.
  • The Feher Jewish Music Center is part of the Museum of the Jewish Diaspora - Beth Hatefutsoth in Ramat Aviv, Israel. The collection of the Center contains more than 4,000 recordings and a computerized database cross-referenced by composer, performer, musical tradition, instrument, topic and language.
  • Judaica Sound Archives – listen to a wide range of Jewish Music recordings – you can search by artist or keyword.
  • Freedman Jewish Sound Archive - over 4000 recordings, primarily in Yiddish and Hebrew.
  • Milken Archive was founded in 1990 to document, preserve, and disseminate the vast body of music that pertains to the American Jewish experience. Over two decades, it has become the largest collection of American Jewish music ever assembled—more than 700 recorded works, including over 500 world premiere recordings.