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Shabbat Morning Services - blessings and prayers

An introduction to the melodies of Saturday morning services at Bet Haverim

Dorot "Generations" Service Guide

 

Click here to access the guide; next Dorot Service is Saturday, February 10, 2018, more details at this link.

Audio recordings of prayers and blessings commonly used on Shabbat morning at Bet Haverim

 

Access audio recordings below by clicking on the name of the prayer or blessing:

Ma Tovu

Morning Blessings

Tzadik K'tamar

Halleluyah

Chatzi Kaddish

Barchu (Sunday morning melody)

Barchu

Barchu (traditional Conservative melody)

Ahava Rabbah

Shema/V'ahavta (using Torah trope)

Shema Yisrael (modern)

Shema

V'ahavta (singing version)

V'ahavta

Shema/V'ahavta

V'ahavta (spoken)

MiChamocha (traditional Conservative melody)

MiChamocha (modern)

Tzur Yisrael

Adonai sefati tiftach

Avot vImahot

Adonai s'fatai tiftach

Gvurot

L'Dor v'Dor

Elohai Netzur Lishonee Mi Ra

Oseh Shalom (from Etz Chayim)

Oseh Shalom

Oseh Shalom

Ayn Kamocha (without Av Ha Rachamim)

Bay Anah Rachaytz

Lecha Adonai H'gvura (mid-recording, Mincha - weekdays)

Vayehee Binsoa Aaron

Ki Mitzion, Lecha Adonai, Romemu

Aliyah (blessing before Torah reading)

Aliyah (blessing after Torah reading)

MiSheberach

V'Zot HaTorah (full melody)

V'Zot HaTorah/Torah, Torah, Torah

Al Shlosha D'varim (modern)

Al Shlosha D'varim

Torah Tziva Lanu Moshe

Blessing before the Haftarah

Blessing before the Haftarah

Blessing after the Haftarah

Blessing after the Haftarah (Rabbi Greg)

Etz Chayim Hee

Hodu al eretz - Etz Chayim

Birkat Hakohanim

Aleynu

Mourners' Kaddish (spoken version)

Mourners' Kaddish

Adon Olam

Adon Olam (day school version)

V'Shomru

Kiddush

Motzi

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