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Deborah Lynn "Debbie" Friedman (February 23, 1951 – January 9, 2011) was an American singer-songwriter concerning Jewish religious content. She was born in Utica, New York, but moved with her family to Minnesota at age 5. She is best known for her setting of "Mi Shebeirach", the prayer for healing. ore . Year: 1999. Missing lyrics by Debbie Friedman? Know any other songs by Debbie Friedman?
Deborah Lynn "Debbie" Friedman (February 23, 1951 – January 9, 2011) was an American singer-songwriter of Jewish religious songs and melodies. She was born in Utica, New York, but moved with her family to Minnesota at age 6. She is best known for her setting of "Mi Shebeirach", the prayer for healing, which is used by hundreds of congregations across America. Her songs were used by some Orthodox Jewish congregations, as well as non-Orthodox Jewish congregations.
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Debbie Friedman writes of her Carnegie Hall experience: "The ambiance was something to behold. The acoustics were phenomenal, the architecture elegant. All of that was seductive and impressive, but as I sang the 'Mi Shebeirach,' I was reminded, in that moment, that no matter where people gather for prayer, it is they who create the warmth, memory, and the magic of any experience. The music, CDs and concert end with blessing "L'Chi Lach" - wonderful!!! Ms. Friedman accompanies herself on the guitar, and Lynda Roth's talent at the piano, along with a great backup by strings and percussion, enhance the unique compositions.
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Debbie Friedman performing at Carnegie Hall in January 1995. After high school, Ms. Friedman worked briefly on an Israeli kibbutz before returning to the United States. With that, Ms. Friedman had found her calling; her first album, Sing Unto God, a collection of Sabbath songs, was released in 1972. While some rabbis and cantors welcomed her music as a democratizing force, others saw it as a subversive breach of time-honored tradition, in which the cantor was typically white-haired, always male and usually vocally imposing and the congregants were passive listeners. At her concerts, she encouraged audience members to sing along; many also danced in the aisles. It centered on themes like.