This is the final verse of Psalm 150—the culmination of the book of Psalms. Fortunately, in many communities—at least on Shabbat, and even on weekdays—a little more time is allowed for Psalm 150. It’s a glorious array of musical interpretations of the text that exemplify the diverse approaches to religious music of contemporary Jewish life. The musical instruments represent corporeal praise, but the psalm goes further, seeking praise not only originating in fabricated instruments, but from “kol haneshamah”, the very breath of life itself. The word “neshamah” has evolved to mean “soul,” but in biblical Hebrew it means “breath,” as in “the breath of life”.
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