Fifty days after Pesah is the holiday of Shabu'ot. On this day, we commemorate and celebrate that God gave the Torah to the Jewish people. While each nation can have a relation to the Creator, the Torah contains the way on which Jews have their own special relationship with God. According to the Book of Exodus, the first part of the Torah that was revealed to the people of Israel was the Ten Pronouncements, more popularly known as the Ten Commandments. On Shabu'oth, the Ten Commandments are read in synagogue. This recording reflects the Western-Sephardi tradition that reads the Ten Commandments in a special tune called the "High Na'oom", or the "High Tune". Only very few parts of the Torah are read in this manner.