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Most of the tunes still used were written by Moshe Nathanson in 1938 (some say 1939) for Camp Ramah, a Conservative Jewish overnight camp. He published the sheet music in "Shirei Manginoth", and here is a recording of him performing it. https://youtu.be/rGkUwZdwoRY The irony is that Nathanson was the cantor at the Society for the Advancement of Judaism at ...


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If you trust the linked article for the very claim that he was secluded on an island, you may as well trust what it says immediately thereafter: During this period, he concentrated his studies on the Zohar and the works of earlier Kabbalists. He was also particularly interested in his contemporary, Kabbalist Moses Cordovero. It was at this time that Luria ...


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