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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
* Sheloshim (שְׁלשִׁים) - literally "thirty"
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Hebrew: שְׁלשִׁים - literally "thirty"
 
* commonly the designation of 30 days of mourning after the death of close relatives (parents, child, brother, sister, husband, wife) counted from the time of the burial. [http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/sheloshim]
 
* commonly the designation of 30 days of mourning after the death of close relatives (parents, child, brother, sister, husband, wife) counted from the time of the burial. [http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/sheloshim]
 
* The [http://masada.world/bar-kokhba.html ''Bar Kokhba''] version of this tune is featured in ''The Art of Remembrance: Simon Wiesenthal,'' a feature documentary film by Johanna Heer and Werner Schmiedel (1995, Riverlights Pictures)
 
* The [http://masada.world/bar-kokhba.html ''Bar Kokhba''] version of this tune is featured in ''The Art of Remembrance: Simon Wiesenthal,'' a feature documentary film by Johanna Heer and Werner Schmiedel (1995, Riverlights Pictures)

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Gimel Bar Kokhba Bar Kokhba Live in Taipei 1995

Book One #72[edit]

Gimel
Bar Kokhba - Masada String Trio (disc 1)
Bar Kokhba - Speed Douglas Medeski Wollesen (disc 2)
Live in Taipei 1995


Performances[edit]

Notes[edit]

Hebrew: שְׁלשִׁים - literally "thirty"

  • commonly the designation of 30 days of mourning after the death of close relatives (parents, child, brother, sister, husband, wife) counted from the time of the burial. [1]
  • The Bar Kokhba version of this tune is featured in The Art of Remembrance: Simon Wiesenthal, a feature documentary film by Johanna Heer and Werner Schmiedel (1995, Riverlights Pictures)