October 21, 2020 ~ Shabbat NOAH. SIGAH.

  Digital Music Archive of the Sephardic community of Aleppo

طقوسي التقاليد والتسجيلات الموسيقية في المجتمع اليهودي السفارديم حلب السورية

כֶּמִנְהַג אָרַם צוֹבָא - ק"ק חַלַף

David Matouk Betesh DMD dedicates this project in memory of his Great Grandfather, Hazzan Gabriel A Shrem, and in honor of his dear teacher, Hazzan Isaac J Cabasso.

לזָכּוֹת בּוֹ הַרָבִּים

שְנַת חַמֶשֵת אַלָפִים שְבַע מְאוֹת שִשִים וּשְתַיִם לְיֶצִירָה

MAQAM OF THE WEEK:  SIGAH               נח

רני עקרה לא ילדה נח
מקאם סיגא נגונים
נבחר ידיד נשמת
קץ ימין מתי יפרח שועת
יבנה לי משכני  ההודאות
שיר זמר טב  קדיש
אשתבח תהילות  שמחים
היימי סתימי  ממצרים
אשיש אל בך  נקדישך
 פזמון ספר תורה
On Shabbat Noah (Genesis 6:9- 11:32), Maqam SIGAH (more specifically, Maqam IRAQ) is applied according to most sources (other options: BAYAT or NAWAH). The word 'See-kah' is Persian for 'third.' It gets its name, because this maqam is the third note on the Arabic music scale. The explanation for a maqam that means ‘three’ is because Noah has 'three' sons or because he builds an ark with 'three' levels. The melody of this maqam is similar to regular Torah readings. HAZZANUT: Qaddish: Asis El Bakh (page 441), Semehim: Eshtabeah (page 31). Sephardic Pizmonim Project, www.pizmonim.com

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