Singing Oseh Shalom

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Updated June, 2012

Oseh Shalom is a part of a phrase found in the conclusions of many Jewish blessings and prayers, including the blessing after meals (birkat ha’mazon), kaddish (both the “full” and “mourner’s” kaddish), and the standing or silent prayer (Amidah).

When sung on its own, there are several different tunes used. Here is one performed by a children’s choir that includes a second song (Salaam (Od Yavo Shalom Aleinu)) at the end.