Kol Nidre

NOUN
  1. the opening prayer on the eve of Yom Kippur
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  • From the day in 1890 when Ray Frank publicly addressed a Kol Nidre service in Spokane Washington, through the rise and fall of Second Wave Feminism, Jewish women across denominations have traced their journeys — metaphorically and literally — out from the balcony and onto the main stage of religious life, even onto the bimah itself. Celebrating Women's History Month: Jewish Women and Religious Innovation
  • A passage closely resembling the opening strains of Kol Nidre appears in two medieval antiphonaries where it is given as an example of a pneuma in the first Gregorian mode.
  • Akerman recites this text against a background of the traditional cantorial melody for Kol Nidre, a prayer for Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
  • The cantor began to chant a soft melody called Kol Nidrei.
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