This Kedusha will give you goosebumps. I usually save it for special occasions since it's a favorite among the Kahal. Can be used whenever or wherever, but like I said, it's so beautiful, you're going to want to save it for unique moments, especially a Shabbat Hatan or wedding.
The tune is in Raml Maya - the main maqam for Parashat Lech Lecha.
Sorry, is Raml Maya the name of the maqam? In classic Arabic, Raml is Sand and Maya like in Aramit is water. Must be a Maqam of the Maghreb, no?ReplyDelete
Yes. It's the name of the Maqam. Thanks for the translation. I didn't know that.Delete