Oseh Shalom is a Jewish prayer for peace in a Tango style, accessible for school, church, and synagogue choirs. Though Tango is not traditional in Jewish liturgical music, many congregations draw musical inspiration from traditional and popular music of diverse origins. This setting was premiered by the University of Washington Chorale, and its TBB arrangement was premiered by the Appalachian State University Glee Club.
The text of Oseh Shalom comes at the end of the Amidah, a central set of blessings in every worship service that incorporates praise, petitions, and thanks. The words are based on Job 25:2.
Translation: May the One who makes peace in the heavens Grant peace to us And to all Israel [all our people] And let us say, Amen.