Kaddish

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Kaddish

a prayer said for a close relative. [Judaism: Jobes, II, 901]
See: Grief
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Ravel's Kaddisch and groups by Sibelius, Falla and Weill may have offered endless opportunities (so it seemed) to display Helseth's burnished cantabile, formidable breath and dynamic control - which she did most impressively.
(1.) My translation is adapted from arranger Joel Engel's version originally published in Juwal (Berlin, 1923) under the title "Kaddisch des Rabbi Levi-Jitzchak Barditzewer," and reprinted as "Rabbi Levi-Yizchok's Kadish," in Nathan Ausubel, ed., A Treasury of Jewish Folklore (New York, 1948), 725-27.