Baruch El Elyon
Baruch El Elyon was written by Baruch ben Shmuel, who lived in Germany in the thirteenth century. This song is normally sung at the Saturday morning meal and expresses that whoever keeps the Sabbath, whether a woman or a man God is pleased with them. Follow along to learn the Hebrew melody. English transliteration and translation also provided.
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