The rites for Yom Kippur are set forth in the sixteenth chapter of Leviticus (cf. Exodus 30:10; Leviticus 23:27-31, 25:9; Numbers 29:7-11). It is described as a solemn fast, on which no food or drink could be consumed, and on which all work is forbidden. Sacrifices were offered in the Temple in Jerusalem.
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, falls on It occurs on the tenth day of the seventh month. Here are the coinciding secular date in 2011: October 7-8.
Morning: Leviticus 16:1-34 and Numbers 29:7-11
Afternoon: Leviticus 18:1-30
Yom Kippur – The Feasts of The Lord
and Cello Soloist Teodora Miteva, Bulgaria/Austria performed this concert with the Vienna Philharmonic Women´s Orchestra at the St. Thekla Church in Vienna. Conducted by Izabella Shareyko.
1) "Kol Nidrei" Max Bruch - Part 1 "Kol Nidrei" Max Bruch - Part 2 Teodora Miteva, Cello