Ein Keloheinu

אין כאלוהינו

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Ein keloheinu, ein kadoneinu, ein kemalkeinu, ein kemosheinu.

Mi keloheinu, mi kadoneinu, mi kemalkeinu, mi kemosheinu.

Nodeh leloheinu, nodeh ladoneinu, nodeh lemalkeinu, nodeh lemosheinu.

Baruch eloheinu, baruch adoneinu, baruch malkeinu, baruch mosheinu.

Ata hu eloheinu, Ata hu adoneinu, Ata hu malkeinu, Ata hu mosheinu.

Ata hu she'hiktiru avoteinu lefaneicha et ketoret hasamim.
אין כאלוהינו אין כאדונינו
אין כמלכנו אין כמושיענו

מי כאלוהינו מי כאדונינו
מי כמלכנו מי כמושיענו

נודה לאלוהינו נודה לאדונינו
נודה למלכנו נודה למושיענו

ברוך אלוהינו ברוך אדונינו
ברוך מלכנו ברוך מושיענו

אתה הוא אלוהינו אתה הוא אדונינו
אתה הוא מלכנו אתה הוא מושיענו

אתה הוא שהקטירו אבותינו לפניך את קטרת הסמים.


There is none like our God: none like our Lord. There is none like our King: none like our Savior.

Who is like our God: who is like our Lord? Who is like our King: who is like our Savior?

We will give thanks unto our God: we will give thanks unto our Lord. We will give thanks unto our King: we will give thanks unto our Savior.

Bless​ed be our God: blessed be our Lord. Blessed be our King: blessed be our Savior.

Thou art our God: thou art our Lord. Thou art our King: thou art our Savior.

Thou art the one before whom our ancestors​ made the fragrant offering of incense.

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


From the Musaf service. The first letter of the first three verses form the word AMEN.

The recording of the Carlebach tune below is an amateur recording and may not be an accurate representation of the tune as written by Rabbi Carlebach. The tune is used with permission from copyright owner Neshama Carlebach. Neshama Carlebach has granted permission to the Zemirot Database to offer interactive streams and downloads of cover versions of the tune.

Alexander Massey's recording is his own composition of a 2-part round, in a lively 10/8 - it's easier than it sounds!


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Description: Upbeat Chasidic/Carlebach style

Description: Ladino-style as sang in Spanish by Congregation Or Israel Mexicali. Recorded by Ariel Ephraim

Description: Learned from Danny Maseng. Recorded by Ariel Ephraim

Description: Recorded by: Danny Zafrani

Recorded by: Alexander Massey
Description: 2 part round © Alexander Massey 2016 www.alexandermassey.com

Recorded by: Stuart Izon
Description: Composed by Julius Freudenthal

Recorded by: Stuart Izon
Description: Composed by Abraham Saqui

Recorded by: Stuart Izon
Description: Set to Handel's melody for See the Conquering Hero Comes, for Shabbat Chanukah


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