Such music is an essential element of the worship services at Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach – both in terms of instruments and voice.
Hazzan David Feuer brings a voice and spiritual leadership that has inspired our congregation in prayer for over 30 years, and it is a voice that only gets better with time.
Our pianist, Claudio Waisgluss brings incredible musical instincts to our worship services. He’s not only a skilled musician, composer, and artist, he’s also a mensch who brings joy and warmth to all that he does.
Please click on any of the blue boxes below to listen to just some of the musical artistry you are likely to hear at services at Temple Emanu-El. All of the music here was recorded live during services, so what you will hear in the recordings is what you will experience in person in our Sanctuary.
Our Jewish tradition tells us to “Sing to God a new song…” We hope the music of Emanu-El will help you do just that.
All music performed by Hazzan David Feuer and Pianist Claudio Waisgluss, unless otherwise noted.
Adon Olam (Based on Leonard Cohen’s Halleluyah)
Adon Olam (with Latin Guitar)
Adon Olam (to O Sole Mio)
Adonai Adonai, El Rachum v’Chanun
Alfonsina y el mar (Argentinian Folk Song)
Ani Ma’amin (Performed by Emily Elizabeth K.)
B’Rosh Hashanah (Performed with Emily Elizabeth K.)
B’Rosh Hashanah (Hazzan Feuer solo)
B’Sefer Chayim (Performed by Emily Elizabeth K., Age 14.)
Concierto de Aranjuez – Selections (by Joaquín Rodrigo)
Hashkiveinu (Performed together with Rabbi Michael Resnick)
Horshat HaEukaliptus (Israeli Folk Song)
Im Eshkahech Yerushalayim – If I Forget You Jerusalem (Performed by Kate R.)
Ki Anu Amecha
L’dor V’dor (Performed together with Elaine Rotenberg)
Oseh Shalom (Performed together with Mya B., Age 13)
Oseh Shalom (Based on the music of the band Nava Tehila, based in Jerusalem.)
Prayer for Israel (Performed by Mya B. Age 13)
Schindler’s List – Theme (Played on Kol Nidrei by Claudio Waisgluss on Piano and Ian Flatt on Cello)
Shehechiyanu (Performed by Emily Elizabeth K.)
Shehechiyanu (Performed by Mya B., Emily Elizabeth K. and Kate R.)
Sim Shalom Tova U’racha
Vayechulu (Performed by Elaine Rotenberg in memory of her teacher, Cantor Morton Shames z”l)