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Baal HaSulam

Baal HaSulam

Baal HaSulam


Baal HaSulam - the great 20th century Kabbalist - wrote songs and composed melodies as expressions of his spiritual attainments. His music comes to us directly from the spiritual worlds, and has a deep emotional connection with the rises and falls a Kabbalist experiences in his coming into contact with spirituality. you may download his music for free using albums links below this text. http://www.lastfm.ru/music/Baal+HaSulam/Melodies+of+Baal+HaSulam Read more on Last.fm
Baal HaSulam - the great 20th century Kabbalist - wrote songs and composed melodies as expressions of his spiritual attainments. His music comes to us directly from the spiritual worlds, and has a deep emotional connection with the rises and falls a Kabbalist experiences in his coming into contact with spirituality. you may download his music for free using albums links below this text. http://www.lastfm.ru/music/Baal+HaSulam/Melodies+of+Baal+HaSulam http://www.lastfm.ru/music/Baal+HaSulam/Modern+Arrangement http://www.lastfm.ru/music/Baal+HaSulam/Rabash+singing Many of his melodies are composed to Kabbalistic text fragments, such as Bnei Heichala (words by the Ari), Ki Chilatzta Nafshi (words attributed by many to King David; others say the court of King David), Tzadik ke Tamar Ifrach, Chasal Seder Pesach, LeHagid ba Boker Hasdecha, and Kel Mistater. Baal HaSulam wanted his students to sing Kabbalistic melodies, rather than the melodies that people were used to singing. He thus took some melodies from his teacher, Rav Admor from Pursov, and also created such melodies himself and taught them to his students. Read more on Last.fm.

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