Kosi R'vayah: My Cup Runneth Over

By Ritualwell

 

This chant is intended to focus our attention on each of the four cups of wine during the Passover seder. As you pour each cup, chant the following words from Psalm 23 – "Kosi R'vayah," translated as "my cup runneth over" or "my cup is overflowing."

You can learn the three parts of this chant by listening to them separately and together.

Part Click to listen Download MP3 (right click- 'save as")
Part 1 [audio:/sites/default/files/audio/Kosi%20Rvayah-Part1.mp3] Download part 1
Part 2 [audio:/sites/default/files/audio/Kosi%20Rvayah-Part2.mp3] Download part 2
Part 3 [audio:/sites/default/files/audio/Kosi%20Rvayah-Part3.mp3] Download part 3

The chant with all parts together

 

[audio:/sites/default/files/audio/KosiRvayah-AllParts.mp3] Download the whole chant

 


Kosi R'vayah is available on the Chanscendence CD by Rabbi Shefa Gold. http://www.rabbishefagold.com/.

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