This last section of Shacharit (Sabbath Morning Service), may be performed as a standalone piece in either the reduced version for organ and percussion or a further reduction for piano and percussion. In the featured video above with organ and percussion, this sections begins at 31:36.
The full Kaddish (unlike the Mourners’ Kaddish, which is spoken, not sung) marks the end of the service with praises, exultation, and a prayer for peace. Here a lively dance-like Kaddish, set in a jazzy syncopated style, gives way to a soothing counterpoint for the last line, Oseh Shalom (Maker of Peace).
The Kaddish section of the organ and percussion score begins on page 42. Piano and percussion score available upon request.
Text and translation:
Yitgadal v’yitkadash, sh’mei raba.
Magnified and sanctified be the great name of G-d.
B’alma divra chirutei V’yamlich malchutei
in the world which He (She) created according to His (Her) will. And may He (She) rule His (Her) domain
b’chayeichon uvyomeichon uvchayei d’chal beit yisrael
in your lifetime and in your days and in the lifetime of all the House of Israel
ba’agala uvizman kariv, v’imru amen.
speedily and in the near future, and say, Amen.
Y’hei shmei raba m’varach l’alam ul’almei almaya.
May the great name of G-d be praised forever and for all eternity.
Blessed is He (She)
y’hei shlama raba min shamaya v’chayim aleinu v’al kal yisrael v’imru amen.
May there be abundant peace from heaven and life for us and all Israel and say Amen.
(The following returns to Hebrew)
Oseh shalom bimromav Hu ya’aseh shalom aleinu v’al kal yisrael
Maker of peace in the heavens make peace for us and for al Israel
v’al kal yoshvei teyvel v’imru amen.
And for all who dwell on earth and say Amen.