Psalm 150 is a psalm in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. In it, the writer urges the congregation to praise God with music and dancing. The text, beloved by Jews and Christians alike, has often been set to music. The basic concept of this psalm is that there are a variety of ways one can praise God.
Together with Psalms 146, 147, 148 and 149, Psalm 150 is recited as a part of daily prayer during Pesukei D'Zimrah. They are considered an alternate form of Hallel, and their recitation is considered to be reciting Hallel daily.
^Isaacs, Ronald H. Every Person's Guide to Jewish Prayer, p.115.
^The Complete Artscroll Machzor for Rosh Hashanah, p.324.
^The Complete Artscroll Machzor for Rosh Hashanah, p.465.
^Grasberger, Franz. Rickett, Richard, translator. "Foreword", Anton Bruckner: Sämtliche Werke: Band 20 Teil 6: Psalm 150: Studienpartitur, Musikwissenschaftlicher Verlag der Internationalen Bruckner-Gesellschaft, Vienna, 1964.