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Songs used in services

Some of the songs that are used in our services:

  1. Shalom Aleikhem, melody by Israel Goldfarb
  2. Dodi Li, melody by Nira Chen
  3. Lekha Dodi, origin of melody unknown
  4. Tov Lehodot, melody from minyan Shira Hadasha in Jerusalem
  5. Barekhu, traditional
  6. Ahavah Rabah, modern
  7. Ahavat Olam, traditional
  8. Shema and Ve-ahavta, traditional
  9. Mi Khamokha, melody by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
  10. Hatzi Kaddish, traditional
  11. Veshamru, melody by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
  12. Shalom Rav, melody by Debbie Friedman
  13. Ma Gadlu, melody by Shefa Gold
  14. Mi Sheberakh, melody by Debbie Friedman
  15. Aleinu, traditional
  16. Adon Olam, melody by Rabbi Yitzhak Husbands-Hankin
  17. Dodi Li, used in Family service
  18. Shalom Rav 
  19. Wings of Peace
  20. La Yehudim

 


 

Melodies for Erev Shabbat at Home

These are melodies commonly used at member's homes. Learn more at Erev Shabbat At Home. They originate from a wide range of sources, and we have tried our best to give appropriate attribution. If you know of ways in which we have done so inaccurately or inadequately, please let us know.

  1. Candle Lighting 
  2. Shalom Aleikhem, melody by Israel Goldfarb 
  3. Kiddush  
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