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אשכנז | Cantamos y Permanecemos Juntos: Plegarias del Servicio Matutino del Shabbat (Richard Collis 2022)

https://opensiddur.org/?p=45757 אשכנז | Cantamos y Permanecemos Juntos: Plegarias del Servicio Matutino del Shabbat (Richard Collis 2022) 2022-07-22 15:04:51 In 2019, Richard Collis released an album providing recordings of the prayers for the Shabbat Morning Services, from Nishmat til the end of Musaf, <em>We Sing We Stay Together: Shabbat Morning Service Prayers</em>. Accompanying liner notes included the romanized Hebrew text for each recorded prayer track, with an original translation in English below each sung phrase. Describing it he wrote, "The 64 track music CD album set <em>We Sing We Stay Together</em> of the Shabbat Morning Service Prayers, and a companion Sing-Along Prayer Book of the same name (to make it beyond easy to learn) is designed to help everyone access the beauty of their Judaic heritage, no prior knowledge required. These prayers belong to all of us." In 2022, Collis released a follow-up edition with translations in Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, and Russian. This is Richard Collis's sing-a-long prayerbook for Shabbat morning in Spanish. Text the Open Siddur Project Richard Collis Richard Collis https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Richard Collis https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Shabbat Siddurim Spanish Translation 21st century C.E. 58th century A.M. Nusaḥ Ashkenaz

In 2019, Richard Collis released an album providing recordings of the prayers for the Shabbat Morning Services, from Nishmat til the end of Musaf, We Sing We Stay Together: Shabbat Morning Service Prayers. Accompanying liner notes included the romanized Hebrew text for each recorded prayer track, with an original translation in English below each sung phrase. Describing it he wrote, “The 64 track music CD album set We Sing We Stay Together of the Shabbat Morning Service Prayers, and a companion Sing-Along Prayer Book of the same name (to make it beyond easy to learn) is designed to help everyone access the beauty of their Judaic heritage, no prior knowledge required. These prayers belong to all of us.” In 2022, Collis released a follow-up edition with translations in Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, and Russian. This is Richard Collis’s sing-a-long prayerbook for Shabbat morning in Spanish.

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Prefacio

Nuestras plegarias judías son bellas canciones de amor; llenas de bondad, afecto, adoración, esperanza, amabilidad y generosidad.

Son nuestro ADN aunque no las conozcamos, porque estas plegarias, nuestra religión, han moldeado al pueblo judío: nuestra manera de pensar y educación, quiénes somos y lo que representamos. El judaismo implica ser bueno y positivo para uno mismo, la familia, la comunidad y el mundo — todo por respeto y amor a Hashem. Me llena de gratitud, humildad y orgullo.

Me encantan esos momentos del servicio matutino del Shabbat en que la comunidad al completo se reúne y canta, todos en unión, unas plegarias cortas con melodías conmovedoras.

La comunidad es cuestión de familia y amigos, y todos somos amigos: lo dice incluso una de nuestras plegarias. Somos amigos que cantan juntos, esto nos llena el corazón de calidez.

Cantar una plegaria no es como entonar una canción, las palabras no son como todas las demás. Algunas claman por ser cantadas con gran felicidad, porque amamos a Hashem con todo nuestro corazón y con toda nuestra alma. Algunas nos dicen que santifiquemos clara y armoniosamente, y que Hashem desea que le cantemos melodiosas canciones de alabanza a Él. Algunas son serias, otras tristes, algunas educativas, pero todas fueron escritas con intención y propósito por los más grandes eruditos que nuestro pueblo ha engendrado.

Dedico esta labor de aportar más melodías a las plegarias del servicio matutino del Shabbat a todos los que aman y velan por la Continuidad Judía, el Judaismo, la Torá y la nación-estado del Pueblo Judío, Israel; y también a todos nuestros maravillosos amigos, los justos de todas las naciones.

Acordaos de recordar; cuando compartimos melodías de plegarias estamos conectados y juntos para siempre, y cuando cantamos juntos permanecemos juntos, puesto que gozamos de ese deleitoso sentimiento de estar entre amigos.

AM ISRAEL CHAI – el pueblo de Israel vive.

Con amor y esperanza por nuestros hijos,

Richard Collis

 

 

 

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