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Song at the Sea

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Song at the Sea: The song that Moses and the Israelites sang after the parting of the sea; recorded in Exodus 15 and recited during the Shacharit prayer service
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The story is told of the cantor who was approached after the synagogue services by an indignant member of the congregation. "That was the most awful rendition I ever heard in my life!" The president of the synagogue turned to the cantor to console him: "O...
The womanly strain in the “Song at the Sea”
The womanly strain in the "Song at the Sea"
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When language aspires to the transcendent, and the soul longs to break free of the gravitational pull of the earth, it modulates into song.
For the haftarah of Beshalach, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
The song by the sea was sung by both the men and the women. Why is the song of the haftarah only that of a woman, Deborah?
I will sing to the L‑rd, for very exalted is He; a horse and its rider He cast into the sea. The Eternal’s strength and His vengeance were my salvation; this is my G‑d, and I will make Him a habitation, the God of my father, and I will ascribe to Him exal...
The splitting of the sea and the celebratory singing which followed.
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