February 2, 2023 ~ Sh BESHALAH. M AJAM.

  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: AJAM             בשלח

ותשר דבורה בשלח
מקאם עג'ם נגונים
ישא ברכה נשמת
אל רמה ימינך שועת
מלאכי מרום  ההודאות
אסיר ביוקשי  קדיש
   שמחים
אני לקראת  ממצרים
מלא פי שירה וזמרה  נקדישך
רחום אתה  פזמון ספר תורה
On Shabbat Beshalah (Exodus 13:17- 17:16), also called Shabbat Shira, we read the Song of the Sea (Shirat Hayam). Therefore, AJAM, the maqam known for its joyous and happy melodies, is applied according to ALL sources.  The melody of Maqam AJAM is familiar to many, because it is the Arabic equivalent to the Western Major scale. Excluding the Yom Tob festivals, this is one of only three Shabbats of the year that this maqam is applied. HAZZANUT: Shirat Hayam in Zemirot recited in unison. PIZMON SEFER TORAH: Rahum Ata (page 216). 

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