Music Samples and Downloads

They were playful songs she used to sing to her children in the car or at home, anywhere where she could put a smile on their faces. And anywhere where she could continue to teach them Yiddish. Dr. Khane-Faygl Turtletaub of Skokie always sang her made-up songs to her kids in Yiddish, a language she wanted to pass down to them.”
Mike Isaacs, Chicago Sun Times

LISTEN TO SAMPLES of each song for free (click on > play button).

Words and music by Khane-Faygl Turtletaub, arranged by Leib-Yaacov Rigler, and performed by musicians of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra.

Track 1 – Yiddish

This song is about what a beautiful language Yiddish is and how nice it would be if everyone in the family spoke it.

Track 2 – Thank You

The Yiddish version of modeh ani.

Track 3 – Whatever One Does

Encourages children to do their best at whatever they do.

Track 4 – I Am a Jew

Expresses pride in being Jewish.

Track 5 – Thank G-d

Expresses appreciation for the gifts the Creator gave us which allows us to do mitzvas.

Track 6 – HaShem is Here

Affirms that HaShem is everywhere.

Track 7 – Rain

Expresses appreciation to HaShem for sending us rain.

Track 8 – The Wind is Blowing

Shows that we should appreciate all the seasons and all of HaShem¹s
creatures.

Track 9 – It is Sabbath Quiet

Sets the contemplative mood for the Sabbath.

Track 10 – Charity

Shows how important the concept of charity is in Judaism.

Track 11 – On the Occasion of My Birthday Today

The Happy Birthday song for three-year-olds reaching an important milestone that should be celebrated.

Track 12 – Take Me to Kheyder

Stresses the importance of Jewish education

Track 13 – Why Does the Child Cry?

Talks about how comforting a mother’s love can be.

Track 14 – I Am a Good Boy

Emphasizes the importance of listening to your mother and father.