May 19, 2013 ~ Shabbat NASO. Maqam SABA.
In the second year after leaving Egypt, in the Sinai wilderness, God orders Moses to take a census of the people. God also determines the positioning of each tribe around the Tabernacle. The tribe of Levi is appointed to attend to the Mishkan and to aid the Kohanim.
On Shabbat Kallah (prior to Shabuot), Maqam HOSENI, which sounds like a higher version of Maqam Bayat, should be applied to the prayers. On leap years, when Bemidbar (Numbers 1:1- 4:20) is not linked to Shabbat Kallah, Maqam Rast is applied, because this is the first perasha of Sefer Bemidbar. Maqam Hoseni is related to Shabuot, because it is when we commemorate receiving the Torah (the Ten Commandments). Since the Torah is of great 'beauty', Hoseni, the maqam that is Arabic for "beauty", is appropriate. Maqam Hoseni is also used for the ta'amim of Megillat Ruth and the Ketubah of Shabuot. HAZZANUT: Nishmat: melody of Raqs El Ban, Semehim: melody of Azharot, Mimisrayim: melody of Megillat Ruth, Naqdishakh: melody of Da’at UmZimah (page 334), PIZMON SEFER TORAH: Ahalel VeAbia (220) or Bahar Dodi (344). MISHMARA: Tractate Makhshirin (Sephardic Pizmonim Project, www.pizmonim.com).
2011- For Shabbat Bemidbar, Maqam Rast, which is Arabic for 'head', is applied according to all sources. It is used because this is the first perasha of Sefer Bemidbar. Similarly, Maqam Rast is used for the beginnings of Sefer Bereshit, Shemot, and Vayiqra. Maqam Rast is also used for Shabbat Minha, when we begin to read the perasha for the upcoming week. On years when Shabbat Bemidbar and Shabbat Kallah coincide, Maqam Hoseni would be applied instead of Rast. Mishmara: Tractate Makhshirin.
The 60’s list is only Shaharit.
|Ta’an Leshoni (40’s); Ana Sanaban Turkish (50’s)||נקדישך|
|Maghen El Souri (40’s); Ani Ashir Shir Rinnah (50’s)||קדיש|
|Beneh Li Zeboul (40’s); Dar Roumah (50’s)||ראו בנים|
|Yosser Adamah (40’s); Midebash Venofet souf (50’); Mi Zot ‘Olah (60’s)||ה' מלך|
|Bisetta Riyal (40’s); Like Naftali Tawil Hoseni (50’s); Like Bissu Alav Hashalom (60’s)||הללויה|
|Male Mishalot (40’s); Dodai Eten (50’s); Raqss El Ban (60’s)||נשמת|
|Yah Hasdakh Galli (40’s); Min Kotr Gamalha El Bahi (50’s); Amon Yom Zeh (60’s)||שועת עניים|
|Yahalawet Bin El Nil (50’s)||בפי ישרים|
|Katiban (40’s); Yihyou Kemoss (50’s); Galman (60’s)||אל ההודאות|
|Qasset Hayati Mashakal (40’s); Ya Wardet El Hob (50’s & 60’s)||קדיש|
|Shemor Libi Ma’aneh (40’s, 50’s, 60’s)||שמחים|
|Yihyou Kemoss (40’s); Zeno Zeno (or) Vayhi Bime Shefot (50’s); Vayhi Bime Shefot (60’s)||ממצרים|
|דעת ומזמה All Years.||נקדישך|
|Yedid Nefesh Sigah (40’s); ‘Aalyeh Yigrog Ajam (50’s); Kol ‘Od Belebab (60’s)||כתר|
|El Hon ‘Al Bat (40’s); Ba’adi YaBa’adi (50’s)||ואני תפלתי|
|Hasdakh Qadam (40’s); El Yassartah (50’s)||נקדישך|
|Ya Leilt El ‘Eid (40’s); Like Nissim before the holiday (50’s)||קדיש|
|Ya Mitnaseh (40’s); Ya Bishrab Min ‘Ein el tal (50’s)||ראו בנים|
Makhshirin: ("Preliminary acts of preparation"), the liquids that make food susceptible to tumah (ritual impurity)
Preparing to receiving the Torah by purifying ourselves.