Shabbat Shira: A Shabbat of Song
Song of the Week • 2m 7s
Every Shabbat is marked by music, but on Shabbat Shira we read the story of splitting the Red Sea and the special song that accompanied this event. In this tune, V’Shamru, we affirm and renew our tradition of sanctifying the Shabbat with singing. Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom and a “Shabbat of Song!”
Music: Oran Eldor
AV: Oscar Acevedo, Erik van Batavia, Justin Goodman
Video Editor: Joshua Crespo
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