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Kol Nearim
Author: Dahlia Topolosky
Publisher: ad

An active and soulful musical experience for children and parents where children learn the traditional Jewish melodies of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach while moving and dancing to their own unique rhythms


  Product Description
On Kol Nearim, Children are able to learn all the soulful and rhythmic Jewish melodies of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, while singing and dancing to creative, fun, English lyrics. While this is a children's cd, this fun and interactive album is definitely accessible to all people, of all ages. Even adults will love to waddle like a penguin and swim in the ocean!!!

Dahlia now resides in New Orleans where she, her husband Rabbi Uri Topolosky, and their two songs Elyon and Itai, are helping to rebuild and revive Beth Israel, a synagogue destroyed by Katrina.

*A % of proceeds will go to post Katrina efforts in helping rebuild the Jewish community of New Orleans!!!

Song List:
  • Breathing In
  • Wake Up
  • Wiggle
  • Higher
  • Jump to the Music
  • March in the Parade
  • Wave the Scarf
  • Play the Drums
  • Waddle Like a Penguin
  • Swim in the Ocean
  • Lullaby
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