Ps. 150: Haleluya Medley

Formed in 1999, The Yuval Ron Ensemble endeavors to alleviate national, racial, religious and cultural divides by uniting the music and dance of the people of the Middle East into a unique mystical, spiritual and inspiring musical celebration. The ensemble includes Jewish, Christian and Muslim artists who have been actively involved in creating musical bridges between people of various faiths and ethnic groups worldwide. Led by Award winning composer Yuval Ron (music for Oscar winning film “West Bank Story”) the Ensemble has enjoyed overwhelming community support.

 

 

Haleluya Medley (Psalms 150)

 

Haleluya, haleluya

Betzil-tze-lei shema

Haleluya, haleluya

Betzil-tze-lei truah

 

Kol han-sha-ma

Te-ha-lel ya-

Haleluya, haleluya  

(x2)

 

Halelu, Halelu, Halelu

Halelu, Halelu, Halelu

 

Kol hanshama

Te-ha-lel-ya-

Halelu, hale-luhuya

(x2)

 

 

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