Listen to these great versions of Avinu Sheabashaymaim which Jonathan and I sing on Shabbat

Avinu sheabashaymaim, the prayer for Israel is sung in our Synagogue together with my son Jonathan and the choir. The version we sing was written and sung by Sol Zim and is considered the second Israeli anthem by many.

I have attached a few versions of this same setting as well as 2 other settings by other great cantors which I really enjoy. Sol Zim will be at our Synagogue for a concert with myself and 3 other choirs on the 19th June. So keep the date !

The cantor of the Israeli Defence Forces Shai Abrahamson

The Moscow Male Jewish choir conducted by my friend alexander tsuilik

Here’s another Avinu by Meir Finkelstein who has composed the Veal Kulam I sing together with the choir and which you all love.

and lastly a Sephardi version written by Aaron Benssoussan

 

 

 

 

Comment on this article

Latest from the blog

Photo of Rabbi Barry Marcus VideoRabbi Marcus MBE- Re’eh

Re’eh is a continuation of Moshe’s farewell address to the children of Israel. Parts of the Sidra will be familiar as they form the basis for the Torah…

Photo of Rabbi Barry Marcus VideoRabbi Marcus MBE- Ekev

At the beginning of today’s Sidra we are urged to view all the mitzvot – (commandments) as being of equal importance.

Photo of Rabbi Barry Marcus VideoRabbi Marcus MBE – Vaetchanan

Vaetchanan is a continuation of the first of Moshe’s three farewell talks to the people of Israel prior to his death.  The Sidra begins with Moshe recalling how…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi VideoRabbi Marcus MBE- Devarim

In this Sidra Moshe begins with a survey of Israel’s journey from Sinai to the Promised Land.  He recalls the difficulties he had in governing the people, and…

Read more from the blog