One need only to think of cantorial art during the 20 th century adn immediately teh name of Yossele Rosenblatt comes to mind.
No other cantor dominated cantorial music for such an extended period.
More than seventy years after his death, Rosenblatt is still acknowledged as a master without peer.
Thomas Edison who personally recorded Rosenblatt's voice at the RCA Victor Studio in Camden, New Jersey, said that
it was 'the most extraordinary range of any human voice' he had ever recorded.
The selections presented here were recorded in Europe and the United Stated between 1907 and 1931 -
before the advent of the present day standard of sound recordings.
They have been redigitized, de-clicked, enhanced and re-mastered
ith the most modern engineering equipment available.
Together they create a unique historical document and a glorious heritage
of Jewish liturgical music.