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“Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all the earth:
make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise.” Psalm 98:4
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Passover Shabbatt, Saturday, 23 April 2005
Beth Elohim Hebrew Congregation
189-31 Linden Boulevard
Saint Albans, New York 11412
Chief Rabbi Levi Ben Levy, Founder
Rabbi Sholomo Ben Levy, President & Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Benyomin Ben Levy, VP and Music Director
Rabbir Emeritus, Doc. Rabbi Bezaleel Ben Yisraeldd
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Most of the songs found on this page were written by members of the Israelite community. Other songs are either standard Jewish or African American Spirituals that are appropriately included within our cultural tradition. We invite you to listen to them, download the words, and watch the videos. A few songs are provided solely for the educational purposes of those who are attempting to learn prayers and participate in our services.
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This song, which is sung in Hebrew here by Rabbi Baruch Yehudah, is Psalm 150. The melody is unique to the Israelite community.
"I Am The Light" Beth Elohim Choir
"Adon Olum" Cantor Nathaniel Davis
"What's My Name" by Rabbi Baruch Yehudah
This song was written by Cohen Lewi Ben Yisrael, founder of Hashabah Yisrael. It describes the experience of Israelites who are scattered all over the world and searching for their true identity; i.e. their true name.
"Life Every Voice" Beth Shalom Bnai Zaken Choir
"Shuvah" By Rabbi Poinsett at Bnai Adath
The word “shuvah” means “return.” This song speaks of the regathering of the entire House of Israel. It is sung as the Torah is returned to the ark. The origin of the melody is probably Sefardic. It was popularized in the Israelite community by Rabbi Poinsett.
Tikkun Haklali -- Sephardic (Eastern) Accent
Sephardic (Eastern) Accent
Tehilim, תהילים, (Psalms) SALMOS: 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105,137 e 150
This collection of psalms are called the “Tikkun Haklai” and are generally recited for healing.