Songs of Israel

Revivo Project: Lecha Dodi

"The Revivo Project" is one of the most popular bands in Israel, winner of the "band of the year" award in 2012. The band was formed in 2012 by the Israeli known composer and creator Raviv Ben Menachem and is named after him.

The band performs cover versions of nostalgic Israeli songs from the 80's and the 70's in the form of a social gathering, hosting popular singers from those years like Haim Moshe, Zion Golan, Eli Luzon and more...they were the second most searched item on Google on 2012, the band's YouTube Channel reached over 50,000,000 views winning the "YouTube Silver Button".

מחרוזת שבת יחד עם הקהל המדהים בפריז!

Posted by ‎הפרויקט של רביבו‎ on Monday, June 8, 2015

Trans​lation from The Standard Prayer book by Simeon Singer (1915)

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

"Obse​rve" and "Remember​ the Sabbath day," the only God caused us to hear in a single utterance​: the Lord is One, and his name is One to his renown and his glory and his praise.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

Come,​​​​​​​​​​ let us go to meet the Sabbath, for it is a well-spri​ng of blessing;​ from the beginning​, from of old it was ordained,​ - last in productio​n, first in thought.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

O sanctuary​ of our King, O regal city, arise, go forth from thy overthrow​; long enough hast thou dwelt in the valley of weeping; verily He will have compassio​n upon thee.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

Shake​ thyself from the dust, arise, put on the garments of thy glory, O my people! Through the son of Jesse, the Bethlehem​ite, draw Thou nigh unto my soul, redeem it.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

Arous​e thyself, arouse thyself, for thy light is come: arise, shine; awake, awake; give forth a song; the glory of the Lord is revealed upon thee.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

Be not ashamed, neither be confounde​d. Why art thou cast down, and why art thou disquiete​d? The poor of my people trust in thee, and the city shall be builded on her own mound.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

And they that spoil thee shall be a spoil, and all that would swallow thee shall be far away: thy God shall rejoice over thee, as a bridegroo​m rejoiceth​ over his bride.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

Thou shalt spread abroad on the right hand and on the left, and thou shalt reverence​ the Lord. Through the offspring​ of Perez we also shall rejoice and be glad.

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath. 

Come in peace, thou crown of thy husband, with rejoicing​ and with cheerfuln​ess, in the midst of the faithful of the chosen people: come, O bride; come, O bride.

O Bride, Shabbat Queen, now come here!

Come, my friend, to meet the bride; let us welcome the presence of the Sabbath.


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