`Orchestra of Tradition' in
Interspersed with tradi-
Rabbi Alfred Jospe. co-
editor with Rabbi Richard tional texts incorporated in
N. Levy of "Bridges to a the services included in the
Holy Time: New Worship Jospey-Levy work are special
for the Sabbath and Minor prayers, meditations, intro-
Festivals," (Ktav), in an ex- ductions to Torah services,
planatory introductory essay responsive readings and the
to the proposed services and basic prayers are there.
prayers, states that they
The newness becomes ap-
"represent a variety of at- parent in the chapter entitled
tempts to achieve a success- "The Spark" that follows the
ful orchestration of tradition Sabbath service. It has the
and innovation." aspect of a pageant. It is
Rabbi Levy, in a supple- dramatized with "The Spark
mentary essay entitled "Cre- Song to the tune of Joan
ativity: Pathway to Tradi- Baez's folk song 'The
tion," asserts that in the Silkie.' "
quest for meaning, in de-
Then there is "The Sab-
fining religion, "we do our bath Bridge," explanatory
students a disservice when Sabbath asseverations, and
we emphasize only love. there is a rough drawing for
community, 'meaning,' " and a bridge, crossed by the
he adds: "When we employ readers of the specially pre-
techniques whereby aspects pared text.
of Jewish tradition can lead
Various other sections like
to the creation of those "Silence" and "Noah's Sab-
values, we do them a great bath" contain specially pre-
bowl." Concerning himself pared readings and medita-
with students on campus, tions, the latter with some
he claims that most Jewish Hebrew contents.
institutions are "sterile" and
Of interest is a section on
"it is our duty to encourage "Havdala." Another special
students to develop alterna- section contains a servic6 for
Israel in which are included
The elements dealt with the Hatikva, Ani Maamin
in this volume is "teaching and Yerushalayim shel Za-
material which can illumin- hav, with music and texts.
Services for the American
ate not only the nature of
Jewish prayer, but the depth and Soviet Jews also are
of Jewish social ethics as unique in their specialized
well." forms, and there is an addi-
26— Friday, August 10, 1973
bridges to a Holy Time'
Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Sat., 11 a.m.-1 a.m.
Sun., Noon-10 p.m.
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tional "Service of Remem-
brance for the Six Million,"
each of the sections contain-
ing appropriate traditional
Philanthropy is not ignor-
ed. "A Service of Jewish
Giving" emphasizes "Re-
demption" and contains a
song "Give a Damn." Serv-
ices for peace, brotherhood
and on ecology are addi-
tional factors in the unique-
ness of this proferred prayer
For the minor festivals,
there are services for Purim,
Hanuka and Shabat
Settings for creative work-
shops utilize experimental
The efforts are both evolu-
tionary and revolutionary
and "Bridges to a Holy
Time" will no doubt create
much discussion among the
concerried over changes in
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