Learning The Lights Of Rav Kook at Yeshivat Simchat Shlomo Wed nites 7pm-Everyone Invited. HaOrot-The Illuminations of Rav Kook TZ'L updated their cover photo. 11 November ·. HaOrot-The Illuminations of Rav Kook TZ'L. HA'OROT-THE LIGHTS OF RAV KOOK: SUCCOT JOY AND UNIVERSALITY "It is necessary to raise our thought, will and our basic preoccupations toward universality, to the inclusion of all, to the whole world, to humankind, to the Jewish people, to all existence. me/p4IMO0-43 Chag Sameach Meod. 14)ha’orot-the lights of rav kook: succot joy and universality.
Rabbi Greg Wall: tenor and soprano saxophone, clarinet, shofar, moseno; Shai Bachar: piano; Dave Richards: bass; Aaron Alexander: drums; Rabbi Itzchak Marmorstein: spoken word. Ha'Orot: The Kook Project by Eyal Hareuveni. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process. Learn how. About Greg Wall. Later Prophets by Dan McClenaghan. Later Prophets by John Kelman.
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Interview with Rabbi Greg Wall and the Later Prophets and Rabbi Itzchak Marmorstein on their new CD Ha'Orot featuring English and Hebrew renditions of Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Kook's poems backed by groovy jazz. Plus cool Jewish music for Passover from Yossi and Yerachmiel, Yigal Bashan, the Rabbi's Sons, Tuvia Bolton, Shlomo Carlebach and a little old school Jewish Yemenite music by request. Discuss this topic in the new Forums Section. Ben Bresky is a music journalist and recording engineer living in Jerusalem.
This is the music of Greg Wall’s Later Prophets - which I wrote about a few months ago on Nextbook, but hadn’t yet heard the album, which comes out this week. Back then, I said that Rav Kook was. known more for his mystical teachings than his poetry, an omission that probably comes more from the poemsâ€™ esoteric nature than from a lack of quality. But HaOrot aims to change that. By placing his poems in a 1960s spoken-word contextâ€ crashing free-jazz piano, high-hat-intensive drums, words purred into the mic like Allen Ginsberg describing his latest otherworldly visionâ€ Wall and Marmorstein.
March 2011, 0:05 Greg Wall's Later Prophets, Ha'Orot Used drive : HL-DT-STDVD-RAM GH22NP20 Adapter: 0 ID: 0 Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No Read offset correction : 102 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes. Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000 Used output format : Internal WAV Routines Sample format : 4. 00 Hz; 16 Bit; Stereo TOC of the extracted. With texts read by one of the greatest living scholars on Kook and his milieu, this is an important document of Jewish mysticism.
Rav Kook was a very prolific writer who helped inspire many people to move toward spiritual paths. Rav Kook believed that the permission to eat meat was only a temporary concession; he felt that a God who is merciful to his creatures would not institute an everlasting law permitting the killing of animals for food. He stated: It is inconceivable that the Creator who had planned a world of harmony and a perfect way for man to live should, many thousands of years later, find that this plan was wrong.
I find Rav Kook fascinating, however, I often have a hard time understanding the original Hebrew without help. I have not found many good translations of Rav Kook's writings, however Rabbi Ari Schwartz's translation is fantastic and translates a lot of passages that I otherwise would never have been able to learn by myself. While some of the translations discuss some of Rav Kook's more well-known opinions, I also appreciate the translations of Rav Kook on topics as diverse and understudied as atheism, prophesy, and Christianity