Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Avinu Malkeinu: Gia Beshitaishvily



Gia Beshitaishvily, a tenor, sings Avinu Malkeinu with The Moscow Oratorio Society and the Moscow Male Jewish Cappella ("Hasidic Cappella") with Musica Viva Academic Chamber Orchestra, Alexander Tsaliuk at the podium, in Moscow, Russia. The concert, Jewish Liturgical Music and Folk Melodies, arranged by Igor Gorsky, took place on June 8, 2008.

Avinu Malkeinu (אָבִינוּ מַלְכֵּנוּ‎;) translates from Hebrew into English as "Our Father Our King"; the prayer of supplication is sung during the Ten Days of Repentance, from Rosh Hashanah to and including Yom Kippur, Judaism's holiest day. Tradition states that its insertion into the liturgy dates to the time of Rabbi Akiva [40-137 CE]

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AVINU MALKEINU 
Avinu malkeinu sh'ma kolenu
Avinu malkeinu chatanu l'faneycha
Avinu malkeinu chamol aleynu
Ve'al olaleynu vetapeinu
Avinu malkeinu
Kaleh dever
vecherev vera'av mealeynu
Avinu malkeinu
kaleh chol tsar
Umastin mealeynu

Avinu malkeinu
Avinu malkeinu
Kat'veinu besefer chayim tovim
Avinu malkeinu chadesh aleynu
Chadesh aleynu shanah tovah

Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu

Avinu malkeinu

Avinu malkeinu
Chadesh aleynu shanah tovah

Avinu malkeinu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu
Sh'ma kolenu
Avinu Malkeinu, Chaneinu V'aneinu
ki ein banu ma'asim
Assei imanu ts'dakah vachesed, vehoshiyeinu.

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OUR FATHER OUR KING
Our father our king, hear our voice
Our father our king, we have sinned before you
Our father our king, Have compassion upon us
and upon our children

Our father our king
Bring an end to pestilence,
war, and famine around us
Our father our king,
Bring an end to all trouble
and oppression around us

Our father our king,
Our father our king,
Inscribe us in the book of (good) life
Our father our king, renew upon us
Renew upon us a good year

Hear our voice
Hear our voice
Hear our voice

Our father our king,

Our father our king,
Renew upon us a good year

Our father our king,
Hear our voice
Hear our voice
Hear our voice
Hear our voice


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