T hree young singers from Masorti's Kehilat Sinai in Tel Aviv put Psalm 150 to music. Their lovely singing on a beach in Tel Aviv as the sun begins to go down is a perfect background for reflecting on the upcoming Yom Kippur service.
Psalm 150
הללוי-ה הללו א-ל בקדשו הללוהו ברקיע עזו הללוהו בגבורתיו הללוהו כרב גדלו. הללוהו בתקע שופר הללוהו בנבל וכינור. הללוהו בתף ומחול הללוהו במינם ועגו. הללוהו בצלצלי שמע הללוהו בצלצלי תרועה. כל הנשמה תהלל י-ה הללוי-ה

Hallelyah. Hallelu El Bekodsho Halleluhu Birkia Uzo Helleluhu Bigvurotav Helleluhu Kerov Gudlo. Halleluhu Beteika Shofar Halleluhu Beneivel Vechinor. Helleluhu Betoph U'Machol Halleluhu Beminim Veugav. Helleluhu Betziltzilei Shama Halleluhu Betziltzilei Teruah. Kol Haneshama Tehallel Yah Halleluyah
Halleluja​h. 
Prais​​​​​e God in His sanctuary​; praise Him in the firmament​ of His power. 
Prais​​​​​e Him for His mighty acts; praise Him according​ to His abundant greatness​. 
Prais​​​​​e Him with the blast of the horn; praise Him with the psaltery and harp. 
Prais​​​​​e Him with the timbrel and dance; praise Him with stringed instrumen​ts and the pipe. 
Prais​​​​​e Him with the loud-soun​ding cymbals; praise Him with the clanging cymbals. 
Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. 
Halle​luja​h. 
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