|Publisher||SOAM Music Publishing|
|Instruments||voice and piano|
This prayer, towards the end of the Selichot service, was composed in Aramaic by Rav Amram Gaon (821-875) in the ninth century. This setting was composed for choir to be used in the liturgy in 2006. What you are going to hear today is an arrangement for Tenor and Piano.
May the All-merciful, who answers the poor, answer us; may the All-merciful, who answers the broken-hearted, answer us; may the All-merciful, who answers the lowly in spirit, answer us. All-merciful, answer us; All-merciful, have pity; All-merciful, redeem; All-merciful, save; All-merciful, have mercy on us, now, speedily, and very soon.
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