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Shabbat Zemirot: The Soul of the Sabbath / Jacobson, Zamir Chorale

Audio Samples

>Traditional, Jewish : Niggun (Melody), Hasidic song
>Goldfarb : Sholom Aleichem
>Braun, Yehezkel : Shabbat HaMalkah (The Sabbath Queen)
>Traditional, Jewish : Eshet Hayil (A Capable Wife), Bratslaver melody
>Shenker, Ben Zion : Eshet Hayil (A Capable Wife), Moditzer melody
>Burger, David : Barukh El Elyon (Blessed is the Exalted God)
>Traditional, Jewish : Ki Eshmera Shabbat (As I Keep the Sabbath), Turkish melody
>Bratslav, Nachman of : Azamer Bishvokim (I Will Sing with Praises), Bratslaver melody
>Traditional, Sephardic : Tsur Mishelo Akhalnu (The Rock from Whom We Have Eaten), zemer
>Traditional, Jewish : Tsur Mishelo Akhalnu (The Rock from Whom We Have Eaten), Spanish Sephardic melody
>Traditional, Jewish : Deror Yikra (Proclaim Freedom), based on melodies from Turkey, Aden and Jerusalem
>Traditional, Jewish : Yom Ze L'yisrael
>Amar, Jo : Yisma Moshe (Moses Would Rejoice)
>Traditional, Jewish : Yodukha Ra'ayonai/Yah Ribon Alam (O Lord, Master of All Worlds), Moroccan melodies
>Solomon, Robbie : Yah Ribon Alam (O Lord, Master of All Worlds)

Album Summary

>Traditional, Jewish : Niggun (Melody), Hasidic song
>Goldfarb : Sholom Aleichem
>Braun, Yehezkel : Shabbat HaMalkah (The Sabbath Queen)
>Traditional, Jewish : Eshet Hayil (A Capable Wife), Bratslaver melody
>Shenker, Ben Zion : Eshet Hayil (A Capable Wife), Moditzer melody
>Burger, David : Barukh El Elyon (Blessed is the Exalted God)
>Traditional, Jewish : Ki Eshmera Shabbat (As I Keep the Sabbath), Turkish melody
>Bratslav, Nachman of : Azamer Bishvokim (I Will Sing with Praises), Bratslaver melody
>Traditional, Sephardic : Tsur Mishelo Akhalnu (The Rock from Whom We Have Eaten), zemer
>Traditional, Jewish : Tsur Mishelo Akhalnu (The Rock from Whom We Have Eaten), Spanish Sephardic melody
>Traditional, Jewish : Deror Yikra (Proclaim Freedom), based on melodies from Turkey, Aden and Jerusalem
>Traditional, Jewish : Yom Ze L'yisrael
>Amar, Jo : Yisma Moshe (Moses Would Rejoice)
>Traditional, Jewish : Yodukha Ra'ayonai/Yah Ribon Alam (O Lord, Master of All Worlds), Moroccan melodies
>Solomon, Robbie : Yah Ribon Alam (O Lord, Master of All Worlds)
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Works Details

>Traditional, Jewish : Niggun (Melody), Hasidic song
  • Performer: Martha Moor (Harp)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale of Boston

>Goldfarb : Sholom Aleichem
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Braun, Yehezkel : Shabbat HaMalkah (The Sabbath Queen)
  • Performers: Edwin Swanborn (Harpsichord); Louise Treitman (Cantor)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 19th Century

>Traditional, Jewish : Eshet Hayil (A Capable Wife), Bratslaver melody
  • Performers: Susan London (Alto); Louise Treitman (Cantor)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Shenker, Ben Zion : Eshet Hayil (A Capable Wife), Moditzer melody
  • Performers: Sheri Gurock (Soprano); Edwin Swanborn (Harpsichord)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 19th Century

>Burger, David : Barukh El Elyon (Blessed is the Exalted God)
  • Performer: Edwin Swanborn (Harpsichord)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 19th Century

>Traditional, Jewish : Ki Eshmera Shabbat (As I Keep the Sabbath), Turkish melody
  • Performer: Sharon Shore (Soprano)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Bratslav, Nachman of : Azamer Bishvokim (I Will Sing with Praises), Bratslaver melody
  • Performer: Edwin Swanborn (Harpsichord)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston
  • Period Time: Classical

>Traditional, Sephardic : Tsur Mishelo Akhalnu (The Rock from Whom We Have Eaten), zemer
  • Performers: Kathy Boyd (Flute); Louise Treitman (Cantor); Robert Ward (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Traditional, Jewish : Tsur Mishelo Akhalnu (The Rock from Whom We Have Eaten), Spanish Sephardic melody
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Traditional, Jewish : Deror Yikra (Proclaim Freedom), based on melodies from Turkey, Aden and Jerusalem
  • Performer: Rick Boyar (Percussion)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Traditional, Jewish : Yom Ze L'yisrael
  • Performers: Rick Boyar (Percussion); Kathy Boyd (Flute); Jim Gutman (Bass Guitar); Leon Janikian (Clarinet); Alberto Mizrahi (Cantor); Robert Ward (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston
  • Notes: Composition written: Jewish.

>Amar, Jo : Yisma Moshe (Moses Would Rejoice)
  • Performers: Rick Boyar (Percussion); Kathy Boyd (Flute); Jim Gutman (Bass Guitar); Leon Janikian (Clarinet); Alberto Mizrahi (Cantor); Robert Ward (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Traditional, Jewish : Yodukha Ra'ayonai/Yah Ribon Alam (O Lord, Master of All Worlds), Moroccan melodies
  • Performers: Rick Boyar (Percussion); Alberto Mizrahi (Cantor); Brandon Seabrook (Mandolin)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston

>Solomon, Robbie : Yah Ribon Alam (O Lord, Master of All Worlds)
  • Performers: Rick Boyar (Percussion); Alberto Mizrahi (Cantor); Brandon Seabrook (Mandolin)
  • Conductor: Joshua Jacobson
  • Ensemble: Zamir Chorale Boston
  • Period Time: Contemporary