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March 01, 2005

1S Al vivo Dios, loor / Yigdal elohim chai

Título: "Al vivo Dios, loor / Yigdal elohim chai," Daniel ben Judah Dayyan (c. 1400), traductores originales Max Lansberg, rabino reformista, y Newton Mann, pastor unitario (c. 1880), traductor al castellano, George P. Simmonds, rev. REH (2006), LEONI, 6.6.8.4.6.6.8.4., tonada hebrea, arm. de Meyer Lyon, el cantor de la Gran Sinagoga de Londres. No. 28, "Al Dios de Abraham, loor," en Mil voces para celebrar, pero con la letra traducida del metodista Thomas Olivers.

LEONI (6.6.8.4.6.6.8.4.)

1. ¡Al vi-vo Dios, lo-or! Sus nom~bres ce~le-brad.
¡Al que~e-ra, es~y~a-ún~se-rá, mag-ni-fi-cad!
El so-lo,~e-ter-no Dios, de to-do~es cre-a-dor,
al ú-ni-co su-pre-mo ser can-tad lo-or.

2. Su dul-ce~es-pí-ri-tu ¡cuán li~bre~es en~su~ob-rar!
Su voz por el~pro-fe~ta~a-ún nos quie-re~ha-blar.
En to-do co-ra-zón su ley es-cri-ta~es-tá;
es tras-cen-den-te~y siem-pre fiel en tie-rra~y mar.

3. La Vi-da se so-pló en ca~da~hu-ma~no ser.
Su~a-mor am-pa~ro nos~se-rá sin fe-ne-cer.
¡Al vi-vo Dios, lo-or! Sus nom-bres ce-le-brad.
¡Al que~e-ra, es y~a-ún se-rá, mag-ni-fi-cad!

a. Yig-dal e-lo-him chai ve-yish-ta-bach,
nim-tsa ve-ein eit el me-tsi-u-to.
E-chad ve-ein ya-chid ke-yi-chu-do,
ne-lam ve-gam ein sof le-ach-du-to.

b. Ein lo de-mut ha-guf ve-ei-no-guf,
lo-na-a roch ei-lav ke-du-sha-to.
Kad-mon le-choi da-var a-sher niv-ra
ri-shon ve-ein rei-shit le-rei-shi-to.

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