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Passover Music Box

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Shirley Cohen Steinberg's album Passover Music Box contains the beloved children's song "One Morning."

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Shirley Cohen Steinberg's album Passover Music Box contains the beloved children's song "One Morning."

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Shirley Cohen Steinberg

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Singer and songwriter Shirley Cohen Steinberg wrote the popular song "One Morning," also known as "The Frog Song."
Courtesy of Sylvia Klein

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Singer and songwriter Shirley Cohen Steinberg wrote the popular song "One Morning," also known as "The Frog Song."

Courtesy of Sylvia Klein

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Shannie Goldstein

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Shannie Goldstein connected with the refusenik community through music. She is pictured here with items from Russia.

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Shannie Goldstein connected with the refusenik community through music. She is pictured here with items from Russia.

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Where She's Coming From

I’m bracing myself for the inevitable storm of essays about Neshama Carlebach’s choice and what it says about Orthodoxy. It’s easy to read her decision to “make aliyah” to Reform Judaism as a triumph of the liberal values and inclusivity of the Reform Movement over the ingrained sexism of Orthodoxy. But the truth is that both movements are struggling with how to include women and a wider range of voices.

Neshama Carlebach

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Neshama Carlebach.

Neshama Carlebach.

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Debbie Friedman

Debbie Friedman was a singer, songwriter, and guitarist, who recorded more than 20 albums. Friedman’s music is living Judaism, teaching children and adults to love prayers that might otherwise have remained strings of foreign words, unrelated to their lives.

Louise Maimon Azose

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Louise Maimon Azose.
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Louise Maimon Azose.

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Louise Maimon Azose

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Louise Maimon Azose.
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Louise Maimon Azose.

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Debbie Friedman

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Singer, songwriter, composer, professor, and educator, Debbie Friedman (1951–2011).

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Singer, songwriter, composer, professor, and educator, Debbie Friedman (1951–2011).

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Meet “Bulletproof Stockings” and “Yiddish Princess”

Today we feature female American Jewish musicians who aren’t softly crooning classic Hebrew folk songs, traditional prayers, or even hava nagila. They are not belting out Broadway tunes or love songs à la Barbra Streisand or Bette Midler. These women are rocking out to their own beat.

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