Sabbath Table Melodies

Yom Zeh Leyisra'el[10]


Yom Zeh Leyisra’el was written by Yitzchak ben Shlomoh Luria Ashkenazi, who lived in Israel in the sixteenth century. This song is normally sung at the Friday evening meal and declares the Sabbath day rest to be a day of light and gladness. Follow along with lyrics provided in Hebrew and transliteration with English translation.

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