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    Klezmer Band Play Niggun

    The South Coast Simcha Band, specializing in Klezmer and Yiddish music, played a known Chabad niggun at their October 11 concert. Video

    JLI in Crown Heights

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    amazing!
    Guest
    amazing!

    one of my favourite niggunim. i like how the woman in the turquoise top is ‘getting’ into the niggun!

    Klezmer Music & Yiddishkiet
    Guest
    Klezmer Music & Yiddishkiet

    I now could see why so many Jews were lost to Yiddishkiet therough the Klezmer music. There is no Neshama, yet they go around as if they are authentic Jewish Music. Feh

    oyyyyyyyyyy
    Guest
    oyyyyyyyyyy

    im sure the elderly in the retirement home really enjoyed that!

    TO #2
    Guest
    TO #2

    #2 IS SO RIGHT, THEY ARE PLAYING THE MUSIC BUT THERE IS NO NESHAMAH.

    feh
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    feh

    when you play a nigun its not just reading notes, you have to put yourself into it

    i agree with
    Guest
    i agree with

    #’s 2, 4 and 5. but i’m glad #1 enjoyed it 🙂

    heheh look at the chinese man
    Guest
    heheh look at the chinese man
     Aaron
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    Aaron

    I love the way we have so many experts in what Neshama is….the tune itself contains Neshama. Please a nice word or two regarding fellow jews.

    lol # 1!
    Guest
    lol # 1!
    Chabad + Klezmer = ???
    Guest
    Chabad + Klezmer = ???

    A wonderful Niggun. A chassidish niggun stays chasidish, no matter who plays it, the neshama is there, it just has be expressed right. Maybe Avraham Fried can bring this tune to its best in his next chabad album.

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