Sfarad-Yerushalaim About the Piyut As in Shachar Avakeshcha, in this piyut The structure indeed lends itself easily to music and in the Aleppo tradition it is Beomdi toch kehalcha tzur leromem / lecha echra ve'echof rosh vekomah Music of BJ Music of Purim · The Music of Pesah · Invitation to Piyut North America.
Sfarad-Turkey, based on a ladino tune About the Piyut This piyut is attributed to R. Shelomo ibn Gabirol and is sung in the Sephardic communities as part of the.
Iraq About the Piyut El Eliyahu is a poem for Saturday night (Motzae a day of rest and spiritual growth, to the weekly mundane routine, engenders a to a personal prayer is sort of an invitation and an incentive to those who follow in El Eliyahu El Eliyahu / [Bizchut] Eliyahu HaNavi haveh na Spiritual Life Music of BJ.
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The transition from the prayer for the other to a personal prayer is sort of an invitation and an incentive to those who follow in the footsteps of the great Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra to dare and create their own personal, immediate and direct communication channels with God. Although it has become part of these two prayers which praise God for maintaining the natural order and plead with Him to bring forth the blessing of rain and dew, the piyut itself contains no reference to these themes. The poem is imbued with love, longing and emotion and it reflects the sensitive and mystical tendencies of the author. Some commentators explain that according to tradition Elijah will not appear on the eve of the Shabbat or holidays, so as not to bother the people who are busy preparing for these special days, and it is therefore appropriate to ask for his arrival once we emerge from the celebratory mood. The opening one praises God who sustains and provides food for all living beings with grace and loving kindness, the second gives thanks to God for the gift of the Torah, the Land of Israel and the covenant, and the third focuses on Jerusalem, the Temple and the Messiah. Shelomo ibn Gabirol and is sung in the Sephardic communities as part of the Request for Dew and the Request for Rain, which are recited respectively on Passover and Shemini Atzeret. Its relation to the Grace after Meals Birkat HaMazzonhowever, is irrefutable. The special message conveyed in these psalms secured for them a place of honor in the prayer book. Shelomo ibn Gabirol and is sung in the Sephardic communities as part of the Request for Dew and the Request for Rain, which are recited respectively on Passover and Shemini Atzeret. Listen to this track Yedid Nefesh Morocco-Algeria Listen to this track Yedid Nefesh Iraq This piyut, which holds a highly respected place among the traditions of Jewish liturgy, was written by R. For He is our God and we are the people He tend, the flock in His care.