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Soul of the Sabbath
 : Soul of the Sabbath



from: Zamir Chorale of Boston




Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0645670091523
Feature: Zamir Chorale of Boston
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 4748819555
Label: Zamir Chorale of Boston
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Zamir Chorale of Boston
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: January 01, 2003
Publisher: Zamir Chorale of Boston
Release Date: January 01, 2003
Studio: Zamir Chorale of Boston

Features:
  • Zamir Chorale of Boston



Disc 1:
  1. Niggun (Mositzer melody)
  2. Shalom Aleykhem (Israel Goldfarb)
  3. Shabbat HaMalkah (Yehezkel Braun)
  4. Eshet Hayil (Bratslaver melody)
  5. Eshet Hayil (Ben-Zion Shenker
  6. Barukh El Elyon (David Burger)
  7. Ki Eshmera Shabbat (Turkish melody)
  8. Azamer Bishvokhin (Bratslaver melody)
  9. Tsur Mischelo (Sephardic melody)
  10. Tsur Mishelo (Ashkenazic melody)
  11. Deror Yikra (Melodies from Turkey, Aden and Jerusalem)
  12. Yom Seh LeYisrael/Yismagh Moshe (Moroccan melodies)
  13. Yah Ribon Alam (Moroccan melodies)
  14. Yah Ribon Alam (Canton Robbie Solomon)
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
“During the Middle Ages, under the influence of the Kabbalah, Jewish bards began to compose zemirot, sacred songs for the Sabbath table. The lyrics were written down, but the tunes were not. So, while the poetry of these songs has survived, more or less intact, over the centuries, the music has changed as Jews in each land and in each generation have given new voice to the time-honored words.

This album presents a sampling of zemirot from various traditions and in various styles. Some of these zemirot are presented as they were originally conceived, simple folksongs intended for families to sing as they sat around the Sabbath table. In other case we have presented the traditional melodies in artistic choral arrangements. Some selections are newly composed works, reflecting contemporary responses to the ancient texts. Herein, through a wide range of expressions, we pay homage to the music that is the soul of the Sabbath”. -Joshua Jacobson



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