This is a new track I created. It is a drum & bass approach to Shir HaMaalot , the Psalm we sing before the grace after meals, the birkat hamazon.
It is a pretty different approach than one normally hears, but
I thought it would be interesting to pair the very emotional words of Psalms with an equally intense modern style of music.
Drum & Bass is a very fast and aggressive style of music that is a somewhat refined offshoot of jungle and breakbeat.
5 Replies to “A really loud and fast version of Shir HaMaalot”
I prefer Ernest Bloch or Leonard Bernstein.
I do too.
Lot of noise but good tempo —
Not my cup of tea, coffee, wine, or anything else that one could drink. I liked the hiphop or the rap that you played for us during the Lunch and Learn sessions MUCH better. Thanks anyway Rabbi. Have a good Sabbath.
Thank you for listening. I have made a lot of other tracks on my site that might be more palatable.