Grapevine: Twin Jaffe brothers lead musaf at the Great Synagogue

In the absence of cantor Chaim Adler, Jaffe led the Musaf prayers, while his twin brother Zalli, who has an impressive singing voice, led the morning service.

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April 24, 2014 14:04
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USUALLY SEEN conducting the choir at Jerusalem’s Great Synagogue, Elli Jaffe, who has a great singing voice to complement his talents as a conductor, composer and musician, did not conduct the choir last Saturday but left this task to musical arranger Raymond Goldstein. In the absence of cantor Chaim Adler, Jaffe led the Musaf prayers, while his twin brother Zalli, who has an impressive singing voice, led the morning service.

Zalli Jaffe is a well-known lawyer and vice president of the Great Synagogue.

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