A Spanish-inflected version of this popular Jewish hymn, featuring acoustic guitars, bass, piano, and drums. The lyrics translate as, "How good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell together in unity." Mysterious and minor in tone, the two guitars evoke the sound of Ladino hymns and Sephardic Judaism.
One of the traditional melodies for this Jewish prayer, accompanied by accordion, bass, violin, guitar, and drums. Two slow verses out front help people remember the words, and then four fast verses follow. A great rhythmic song for holidays, for both children and adults.
A contemporary / klezmer style arrangement of the traditional Jewish song Oseh Shalom. This song is commonly sung during Shabbat services and at other Jewish celebrations. Starts slowly and increases to a joyful speed. Translation: May He who makes peace in the heavens, grant peace to us and to all our people, and let us say Amen.
A contemporary version of the traditional Jewish prayer, the Sh'ma. Perfect for Shabbat services and prayer, as well as other Jewish gatherings such as the High Holidays. This version is commonly sung in reform and progressive synagogues.
Klezmer backing track arrangement perfect for singing along to the Four Questions of the Passover Seder, also known as Halila Hazeh. Verses traditionally sung by the youngest in the family with everone singing the choruses.
Beautiful soulful ballad arrangement of the Israeli national anthem, a song about hope and independence. Backing track features a solo violin, guitar and piano mixed with other instruments. Perfect for singing or using as an instrumental piece.