Psalm 29 – Mizmor L’David – Shlomo Carlebach, arranged by Joshua Jacobson, sung by choir

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Home Liturgy Psalm 29 – Mizmor L’David – Shlomo Carlebach, arranged by Joshua Jacobson, sung by choir
Published on October 5, 2012

Listen to at least to one minute, the song really picks up and your toes will be tapping!

Hebrew of Psalm 29 – Transliterated with English:

1 Mizmor L’David: A Song of David

Havu LAdonai Bnei Eilim – Ascribe to the Lord, O sons of the mighty

Havu LAdonai LAdonai Kavod Va-Oz. Ascribe to the Lord glory and strength.

2 Havu LAdonai K’vod Sh’mo – Ascribe to the Lord, the glory due his name

Histachavu LAdonai B’hadrat-Qodesh. – Worship the Lord in the beauty of His holiness.

3 Qol Adonai Al-HaMayim- The voice [thunder] of the LORD is on the waters

El Ha-Kavod Hirim Adonai Al-Mayim Rabim. The God of glory thunders, [even] The Lord upon many waters.

4. Qol-Adonai Ba-Koach – The voice [thunder] of the Lord is powerful

Qol Adonai BeHadar. The voice [thunder] the Lord is [fully of] majesty.Do

5. Qol Adonai Shover Arazim – The voice [thunder] of the Lord breaks the cedars

Vay-shaber Adonai et-Ar’zei Ha-L’vanon. The Lord breaks [into pieces] the cedars of Lebanon

6. Vayar-qidem K’mo-Egel – He makes them skip-about like a calf

V’Siryon K’mo Ven-R’emim. Lebanon and Sirion like a young-wild-ox (some translate as a unicorn).

7. Qol-Adonai Chotzev La-Havot Esh. The voice [thunder] of the Lord stirs [pokes] flames of fire.

8. Qol Adonai Yachil Midbar – The voice [thunder] of the Lord shakes the wilderness [desert]

Yachil Adonai Midbar Kadesh. the Lord shakes the wilderness of Kadesh.

9. Qol Adonai Y’cholel Ayalot- The voice [thunder] of the Lord makes the hinds [foe of deer] to give birth [to calve]

V’Yechesef Y’arot- and brings-to-premature-birth the-forests [strips the forest bare, discovers the forests]

Uvhecholo Kulo Omer Kavod. and-in-His-temple all say “Glory”.

10. Adonai LaMabul Yashav – The Lord sat enthroned on the flood

VaYeshev Adonai Melech L’Olam. The Lord sits as king for ever.

11. Adonai Oz L’Amo Yiten – The Lord will give strength to His people

Adonai Y’Varech et-Amo VaShalom. – The Lord will bless His people with peace.

Here’s the original by Shlomo Carlebach:

Here’s entirely different, but also catchy, tune to the same words:

Here’s another variation of the Carlebach version, with words on the video:

Do you still want more? Try this Mizrachi (Eastern) version:

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