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El texto es del himno de la plegaria "Shomea Tefilá", que se recita durante Slijot. La melodía desborda penitencia y alegría de espíritu.

Darkeja Elokeinu

Darkeja Elokeinu

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Lyrics:

Fonética:

Darkeja elokeinu lehaarij apeja loraim velatovem vehi sehilaseja.
Lema'aneja elokeinu asei velo lanu reei amidaseinu dalim vereikim.

Traducción:

Di-s nuestro, es Tu conducta ser tolerante con los malvados y los buenos; esa es Tu alabanza. Por Ti mismo, no por nosotros otórganos lo que pedimos. Mira como nos paramos ante Ti, humildes y carentes de virtud.

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El texto es del himno de la plegaria "Shomea Tefilá", que se recita durante Slijot. La melodía desborda penitencia y alegría de espíritu. El Rebe la dio a conocer en Simjat Torá del año 5716 (1955)



Compuesta o enseñada por
El Lubavitcher Rebe, Rabí Menajem M. Schneerson


Music notes courtesy of Kehot Publication Society and Chabad Melodies by Eli Lipsker and Velvel Pasternak.
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Robert Kunkel St. Thomas USVI 5 Julio, 2013

Darkecha elokeinu and the post before me best articulate how I feel in my search on this day. Reply

Manni 28 Diciembre, 2011

where does this song come from? Reply

Evette 28 Septiembre, 2009

this song is very inspiring for the high holidays Reply

Rafi Metz Denver, CO 22 Enero, 2009

Thanks! - I found it, finally, it's in the Maariv Selichot for Yom Kippur [sefard - not sure if it's in ashenaz] - thanks for the info - I'll look to see the complete piyut -
thanks again! Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org 20 Enero, 2009

I apologize for the delay while researching the issue. This piyut (liturgical poem), Darkecha Elokeinu, is recited during the Yom Kippur evening prayers -- not during Selichot as was previously erroneously stated on the page above.

The words of the song are actually the refrain of the (much longer) piyut, composed by Yosi son of Yosi, the first such composer that we know of by name from Mishnaic times. In most communities the entire poem is not sung, only the few lines of Darkecha Elokeinu.

Click here to see the complete piyut.

(With thanks to my brother Shalom Hazan for researching the matter.) Reply

Rafi Simcha Denver, CO 15 Enero, 2009

I've scoured the Selichot section and can't find this - I really want to see the Hebrew and not the transliteration - it's SO beautiful - can you help me find it?
Thanks Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org 11 Nov, 2008

The music on this page is a Chabad melody, you can also find many more selections at this link. Reply

Aharon Niederman Los Angeles, CA 11 Nov, 2008

where can i listen to jewish chabad music on the net?
Thank You Reply

Meir Ashdod, Israel 12 Octubre, 2006

My soul is touched!
I feel like I am at home. Reply