At the end of all bakashot are called "ksedot," plural for one "kseda." These are lengthy songs usually sung in a faster pace, relating the importance of a certain topic or praise of God. There will be ksedot on Mashiah, the End of Days the beauty of Torah etc.
One of the ksedot of Parashat Beshalah is called "Yafa VeTama" which has recently taken the Sephardic Music world by storm. It's a beautiful song sung in the maqam Hijaz el Msirki.
Open up the song with the Petiha found HERE, followed by the kseda, by yourself or with a group.
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