The Songs

Listen to album tracks:

  1. Shir Lamaalot
  2. Hamalch Hagoel Oti
  3. Lekhah Dodi
  4. Yedid Nefesh
  5. Ani Maamin
  6. Eso Einai
  7. Im Eshkachech
  8. Nigun Habaal Shem Tov
  9. Mizmor Ledavid
  10. Ose Shalom
  11. Adon Olam
  12. Ana Bekoach
Shir Lamaalot

ShirKarduner Lama’alot is part of a text of the 2nd psalm of 15 psalms in Book of Tehilim, opening with the phrase “Shir Hama’alot/Lama’alot” .
Composed by Yosef Karduner

Hamalach Hagoel Oti

Hamalach Hagoel Oti on the Loolaby album was created from a folk song melody.abum_cover21

Lekhah Dodi

Composed by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach Carlebach

Yedid Nefesh

abum_cover21 Yedid Nefesh on the Loolaby album was created from a folk song melody.
The Piyut was created by Rabbi Elazar ben Moshe Azikri in the 16th century.

Ani Maamin

Azriel-David-Fasteg Ani Maamin was written in the 12th century by Rabbi Mosheh ben Maimon (Maimonides).
The melody composition is attributed to the late Azriel David-Pasteg, a hazzan and composer who died during the holocaust.

Eso Einai

CarlebachEso Einai is part of a text of the 2nd psalm of 15 psalms in Book of Tehilim, opening with the phrase “Shir Hama’alot/Lama’alot”
Composed by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach

Im Eshkachech

CarlebachPart of psalm KLZ in the book of Tehilim (“on the rivers of Babylon”). Composed by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach

Nigun HaBaal Shem Tov

Baal-Shem-Tov A melody whose creation is attributed to Baal Shem Tov, who lived in the 18th century

Mizmor Ledavid

Ben Zion ShenkarThis ancient psalm from the book of Tehilim is sung during Sabbat Kiddush and during Seudah Shlishit on Sabbat. Composed by Ben Zion Shenker

Ose shalom

Nurit Hirsch Ose shalom Bemromav was composed by Nurit Hirsch

Adon Olam

Uzi ChitmanOne of the most famous of the Jewish Piyutim.
It is believed that it was written by Solomon ibn Gabirol in the 11th century.
The Piyut was composed by the late Uzi Chitman.

Ana Bekoach

Ovadia HamamaA Piyut sung at the Shacharit prayers after the Korbanot portion, and in some communities as part of the kabbalat shabbat, and also after the Counting of the Omer.
Composed by Ovadia Hamama.