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How Chabad Music Came to Be

Jewish music pioneer Velvel Pasternak shares the story of recording Lubavitch niggunim for the first time, accompanied by a trio. Video

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Great Job!
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Great Job!

Yoshar Koach.

Stav Ya Pitu: 1:20:50

What a Treasure!
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What a Treasure!

Reb Velvel is a true legend in his own time. He is one of the most accomplished and colorful scholars of Jewish life and culture. Like a wonderful fabric ‘composed’ (no pun intended) of many colors, he is filled with facts and knowledge of a time which is our vital bridge to the past. To top it off he has such great personality which makes him such an outstanding conveyer of the precious knowledge he imparts. The group leader is great, both sophisticated and hip (a good voice too). Please share a little more information about the venue of the… Read more »

We need more things like this...
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We need more things like this...

Nigunim are such an integral part of Chabad culture and history, we should really increase in nigunim in anyway shape or form.

Chaim Kohn
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Chaim Kohn

Go Hayim!

Great great program.
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Great great program.

This was a very enjoyable informative program. Where was it? Who arranged it etc?

A quality event !
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A quality event !

Yasher Koach to the organizers, Velvel, the band, and Chaim Kohn ! Extremely informative and entertaining.
Looking forward to more !

Answer to Kalla
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Answer to Kalla

what did the rebbe write to someone wanting to play chabad songs at their wedding?

was very intresting, we should continue having the shtolts of R’ zalmanov…

Big Z Schapiro
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Big Z Schapiro

thank you its very nice

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