Psalms: about Psalms 92 and 93

Listen to Psalms 92 and 93 according to different rites and traditions

The psalms, in Hebrew mizmorim, are religious songs accompanied by music. The book of Psalms includes 150 which are mainly attributed to King David.

Until about the beginning of the 19th century, the psalms were always transmitted orally. It is only two centuries since we began to transcribe their music.

Listen to the Psalms 92 and 93, recited for Shabbat in different rites.

 

Read the feature article : Psalms and psalmodies by Hervé Roten

Watch a concert of the Choir from the synagogue of Copernic on the Psalm 92 by Schubert
Soloist: David Serero

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