Ein Ke'eloheinu

A short piyyut from the Ge'onim era (7th-11th centuries). In the Ashkenazi Nusach it is recited on Sabbaths and festivals following the Musaf prayer. In the traditions of the Sephardic Nussach, the Ashkenazim in Eretz-Israel, and the Ari's Kabbalah, it is recited during weekdays and sometimes as part of the Zemirot Shabbath of Se'uda Shlishit (third meal). 

Sound Examples: 
Kurdistan Tradition

The singer Morkekhai Ezra sings Ein Keeloheinu, recorded by Johanna L. Spector, 28.10.1952. From the National Sound Archive, Y36.

Musical Transcription

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