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Anim Zemiros in a Slow Jazz Version

Watch: Chabad singer Nemouel recently presented a slow jazz version of the famous nigun "Anim Zmiros" accompanied by musician Dani Avidani at the Kol Play radio station in Israel. Compare it to other versions and tell us which you like best. Video

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Oak Parker
February 9, 2021 12:52 am

My favorite is the Gad Elbaz version!

You forgot
February 9, 2021 6:55 am

MBDs star classical production.
Thats my favorite

MBD
February 9, 2021 6:58 am
The Rebbe Defined This Song For Us
February 9, 2021 7:23 am

As is well known, this nigun was introduced by the Rebbe with a very moving story. It reflects a Chossid who could not part with the heights of Neilah and in a holy spiritual trance of dveikus sang this nigun through the entire night of Motzoei Yom Kippur (also referred to as Shem Hashem). The nigun lifted him so high that he lost touch of his hunger pains (olom hazeh), completely numb of the fact that he hadn’t eaten or drank anything in more than36 hours. With all do respect that doesn’t sound like a jazz song to me. Somethings… Read more »

Nunu
Reply to  The Rebbe Defined This Song For Us
February 9, 2021 11:54 am

and I think that people (including chassidim) may use a niggun as a springboard for personal expression. And especially chabad chassidim, whose Rebbe advocated everyone being a shtickel rebbe, to lead, not just follow, while holding onto the ikarim…
It’s a robotic existense if you just mimic and copy. but if you use what’sa provided and get inspired to create more kosher, that’s making a dirah b’tachtonim…

Maiseh rav - the Rebbe clarified everything
Reply to  The Rebbe Defined This Song For Us
February 10, 2021 12:52 am

Once a musican told the Rebbe that he found the Chabad nigunim very soul touching and he want to produce some nigunim in his music stile, the Rebbe said (content): “You can do it in all nigunim, with exception of the daled bavot that has to be like the original without changes”.
[sorry for my unperfect English…]

Source?
Reply to  Maiseh rav - the Rebbe clarified everything
February 10, 2021 2:08 pm

Can u plz tell us a source to this story?
I’m sure it’s true, I just wanna be sure!
Unfortunately, there’s allot of made up stories of the rebbe that never happened!!

Ty!

If memory serves me right
Reply to  Source?
February 10, 2021 6:00 pm

In the Rabbi lev Libman book about daled bavot He brought this maise

Dovber
February 9, 2021 8:49 am

You missed Hamadregot’s version:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCAgNjsimEY

I’m a oisvorfuneh. Uber..
February 9, 2021 12:26 pm

One thing you don’t play with is the rebbes nigunim.

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