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Ephraim Moses Lilien "By the Waters of Babylon" Etching, Courtesy of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Ephraim Moses Lilien "By the Waters of Babylon" Etching, Courtesy of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Etching, Courtesy of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem Supported by the I-CORE Program of the Planning and
Etching, Courtesy of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem Supported by the I-CORE Program of the Planning and
Etching, Courtesy of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem Supported by the I-CORE Program of the Planning and
Etching, Courtesy of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem Supported by the I-CORE Program of the Planning and

Supported by the I-CORE Program of the Planning and Budgeting Committee and The Israel Science Foundation (grant No 1798/12)

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תויוברת ידוהיה םלועב ינרדומה תונשרפ ,הקיתא ,הקיטתסא :םילהת יפ

תונשרפ ,הקיתא ,הקיטתסא :םילהת יפ לע םילשורי

Psalms in/on Jerusalem: Aesthetics, Ethics, Hermeneutics

Psalms and Music

An Afternoon Concert

Thursday - June 4, 2015, 16:15-17:45

Rabin Building, Mandel Institute for Jewish Studies The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus

Psalms in/on Jerusalem: Aesthetics, Ethics, Hermeneutics

תונשרפ ,הקיתא ,הקיטתסא :םילהת יפ לע םילשורי

International Conference

Thursday - June 4, 2015, 16:15-17:45

Rabin Building, Mandel Institute for Jewish Studies The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus

Remarks by Ruth HaCohen and Edwin Seroussi, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

• Recitation of Psalms according to traditional cantillation Lekhu neranena l’Adonay (Psalm 95) for the Welcoming of the Sabbath Mizmor shir leyom hashabbat (Psalm 92) for the Welcoming of the Sabbath Mizmor le-David havu l’Adonay (Psalm 29) for the Sabbath Lam’natzeah ‘al ha-gittit le-Assaf (Psalm 81) for Rosh Hashanah

• Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) - Salmo Decimoquinto “Conserva me, Domine”

(Intonazione degli ebrei tedeschi sopra (Venice, 1724-7)

יתעושי רוצ זועמ

) from Estro poetico-armonico

• Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) - Laudate Dominum in sanctis eius (Psalm 150)

Shabbehi Yerushala[yi]m et Adonay (Psalm 147, 12-13)

Be-shuv Adonay et shivat tziyyon (Psalm 126) opening from the Jerusalem Sephardic Baqqashot followed by Samahti be-omrim li (Psalm 122) Jerusalemite tune by Mordekhai Khalfon (1940s)

• Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672) - Two Psalms from Kleine geistliche Konzerte I (Leipzig, 1636) Bring her dem Herren (Psalm 29, 1-2) Schaffe in mir, Gott ein reines Herz (Psalm 51, 10)

Psalms and Music

An Afternoon Concert

A n A f t e r n o o n C o n c e

Halleluyah, hallelu el be-qodsho (Psalm 150) Algerian melody

Le-David barukh (Psalm 144) modern melody by Rabbi David Buzaglo

Halleluyah, hallelu el be-qodsho (Psalm 150) modern melody by Roni Ish-Ran

• Claudio Monteverdi - Laudate Dominum omnes gentes (Psalm 117)

• Benedetto Marcello - Salmo Decimo “In Domine confido” (Intonazione degli ebrei

tedeschi sopra il salmo

םירצממ לארשי תאצב

) from Estro poetico-armonico (Venice, 1724-7)

The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra’s Soloists Adaya Peled, soprano; Anne-Marieke Evers, alto; Doron Florentin, tenor; Guy Pelc, bass; Yotam Haran, cello; David Shemer, harpsichord and musical director

Maimon Cohen, payytan from the Moroccan tradition Roni Ish-Ran, payytan from the Sephardic and Aleppo traditions of Jerusalem

Celebrating Fifty Years of Musicology at the Hebrew University