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Sung by Rev. Abraham Lopes
The Song of the Sea – Shirat haYam – is a biblical poem appearing at Exodus 15:1. It recalls the rejoicing of the Israelites after having miraculously passed through the Sea during their flight from Egypt. It is recited daily as part of the morning service. On Sabbaths, Holidays, and, other occasions, it is sung to the traditional melody presented here. The Shirah is sung here by Reverend Abraham Lopes Cardozo, of blessed memory, Hazzan of the congregation from 1945 – 1990.
This recording was originally made in 1959 through the Tarry Memorial Fund of the Shearith Israel League. It was re-released as part of 3 CD set produced by the League in 2003. The Shearith Israel League is the civic and social arm of the congregation. This set is available for purchase at our online store, or, by contacting the Synagogue office.
Solo complete version through VeHayot HaKodesh
Version for Shabbat Shahrit
High Solo Voice Unaccompanied
Kohanekha-Gaddelu-Romemu-HaEl Tamim Solo Version
First Three Sections of Shabbat Shahrit Amida
Solo Voice with Accompaniment
Solo Version Psalm 29 by Bolaffi
Accompanied for High Voice
Solo Rendition of Choir Piece