Friday, October 19, 2007

Hillula with Yosef Karduner - Aish Kodesh Woodmere - Embeded Audio


In response to my request for help on this, Nossi Gross from Zemer Orchestras in Baltimore has come to the rescue. Thanks to him, I want to present the audio which you can listen to online of the Hillula which took place this past Motzoi Shabbos at Aish Kodesh in Woodmere. It features a great shiur by Rav Moshe Weinberger between 2 sessions of Yosef Karduner's music.

As I stated for copyright reasons in my last post on this subject, I have obtained permission both from Aish Kodesh and from Yosef Karduner to place this audio on this site in a form that allows you to listen to the audio, but not to download it.

So, without further introduction, here's the audio. It's 2 hours 18 minutes long. Enjoy.

CLICK HERE To listen to the Hillula.

Update 10/19/07: I have removed the embeded audio because I observed someone outclicking to a web page that allows downloading. I am very sorry, since I did not realize that this was possible and I'd hoped to share this in a way that would allow people to listen while still keeping to the terms of the permissions that I got. As soon as I can find a way to get this sharable without being downloadable, I will put that up. Again, I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Update: You can view and purchase pictures of the Hillula HERE. And this is a sample:



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5 comments:

Neil Harris said...

Thanks to all who made this possible.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all your hard work DixieYid!

Were you able to find another way to share this? I got through some of it before it was pulled and would love to hear the rest.

DixieYid said...

Anonymous,

Thank you! I would love to share it and I have some leads, but nothing solid yet. IY"H, I'll find a way but I'm not sure. Check back in a few days. :-)

-Dixie Yid

Anonymous said...

i know the fine poeple at aish kodesh will probably sell the drasha ,but can you mabey suggest to them selling it as a double cd 1 disk drasha the other disk the music. that would really be amazing.thanks for your work

DixieYid said...

Good idea, but I don't think that the audio I received is good enough quality for that. Also, I don't know if they'd have permission to from Yosef Karduner to do that.

Another good idea would be to have Yosef Karduner, himself, arrange to have next year's Hillula professionally recorded and then make an album out of it, "Yosef Karduner Live." I think with the sounds of how that crowd gets into it, it would be a very inspiring album.

And thank you again for your very kind words!

-Dixie Yid