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In The Atmosphere of Yom Kippur: Meydad Tasa – Lecha Keili

In The Atmosphere of Yom Kippur: Meydad Tasa – Lecha Keili

On the eve of Yom Kippur, synagogues in Israel and around the world are filled to the brim with all Jews of all kids of backgrounds, so among the poems of forgiveness and prayers, “Lecha Keili” is the most familiar to them all.

There is excitement in the air when everything around is white, both the men section and the women section are full to capacity, everyone is waiting for the chazzan to begin the special moment, he goes on up to the bima and begins the opening piyyut written by R. Avraham Ibn Ezra:

לְךָ אֵלִי תְּשׁוּקָתִי. בְּךָ חֶשְׁקִי וְאַהֲבָתִי.
לְךָ לִבִּי וְכִלְיותַי. לְךָ רוּחִי וְנִשְׁמָתִי.

הֲשִׁיבֵנִי וְאָשׁוּבָה. וְתִרְצֶה אֶת תְּשׁוּבָתִי.

These days, the Jewish radio stations around the world play tefillot from Slichot from the singer Meydad Tasa, which was recorded back when he was a young boy, and of all of them, he chose to renew “Lecha Keili” with an interesting arrangement and Israeli style.


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