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  |  July 17, 2019

    Rogers Park Band Sings Niggun

    Rogers Park band sings a moving rendition of the Niggun 'Ki Hinei Kachomer,' the Yom Kippur prayer about Hashem and the Jewish people. Full Story, Video

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    Incredible!!
    Guest
    Incredible!!

    Seriously blew me away. What a powerful rendition.

    Oh my goodness!
    Guest
    Oh my goodness!

    There is SO much talent in this video. Between the video, the music, the voices every detail has been attended to..

    Wow Wow Wow!

    FOr Yom Kippur
    Guest
    FOr Yom Kippur

    How special! These boys are incredibly talented

    Niggunim
    Guest
    Niggunim

    Are they making more niggunim? I’ve always wanted to find niggunim that were recorded and arranged in a more beautiful way

    Album
    Guest
    Album

    After they have realsed the two niggunim Harninu and Ki Hinei Kachomer, this is going to be the album I am most excited for in this coming year..

    Talent
    Guest
    Talent

    There is a lot of talent that is coming out of Lubavitch these days… I hope they will have a concert in Crown Heights soon

    #1 fan
    Guest
    #1 fan

    Thank you! this stuff is so real, l really enjoy their work and talent

    This is worth a donation
    Guest
    This is worth a donation

    Rogers Park does it again. Amazing rendition of a heartfelt niggun. Thank you for bringing new flavor to niggunim. Concert down south soon?

    Yes!
    Guest
    Yes!

    Love this!!! Keep em coming!!

    Very moving
    Guest
    Very moving

    Beautiful production

    Bracha Nili
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    Bracha Nili

    CHILLS!!!! So beautiful, keep it up RPB!

    Absolutely Fantastic
    Guest
    Absolutely Fantastic

    This is very moving…

    This is so real
    Guest
    This is so real

    Thank you to Rogers Park Band for putting this out. I keep watching it over and over and over again!

    I so enjoyed it!
    Guest
    I so enjoyed it!

    I was singing along… who is the talented young lady playing the cello?

    14 cellist
    Guest
    14 cellist

    That is Laura Melnicoff

    Brilliant
    Guest
    Brilliant

    I don’t think any other Jewish singer gave their fans an opportunity to dedicate a song on their CD!

    Stunning
    Guest
    Stunning

    The arrangements, the harmonies, the “hartz”—it’s all there! Most beautiful rendition I’ve ever heard of my favorite niggun!!!

    love!
    Guest
    love!

    Just in time! Kol Hakavod!

    Amazing
    Guest
    Amazing

    Very emotional. You guys are talented!

    beautiful
    Guest
    beautiful

    but seriously doesn’t tradition have it that men and women do not perform together ? pls can someone confirm ,i’m seriously confused !

    Absolutely the greatest
    Guest
    Absolutely the greatest

    Every time I listen to this I cry my eyes out!!

    So so so nice
    Guest
    So so so nice

    Not only was the niggun performed in the most beautiful manner, the niggun selected is my favorite from YK davening!

    This is great
    Guest
    This is great

    Really really incredible. What soul!

    To beautiful....
    Guest
    To beautiful....

    I believe ur right…they should not be performing together….pity:(((

    Chazzan
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    Chazzan

    This reminds me of the chazzan at our shul who used to sing this every single year when I was younger

    look again
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    look again

    YouTube is FULL of artists posting their renditions of Niggunim, in a variety of styles from Bluegrass to Ska, and from Death Metal to Jazz, and many more.
    It is pure distortion of fact to say that there is a lack of fresh arrangements for these delicate ancient melodies.

    To # 20
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    To # 20

    If you know anything about music, the vocals are never recorded with the music. Obviously the cellist recorded separately.

    Mendel
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    Mendel

    Just WOW!

    Rogers park pls more!
    Guest
    Rogers park pls more!

    More niggunim sounding like this pls! Some classics together with the amazing and talented cellist!

    To number 26
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    To number 26

    I think the implication was that there aren’t “fresh arrangements” that stay true to the actual niggun. There are a lot of variations out there, but their rendition sounds just like the niggun itself. A groise yasher Koach. It’s beautiful. Gmar chasima tova

    Fantastically Done!
    Guest
    Fantastically Done!

    What a most beautiful and very emotional rendition of this unique tefilla!

    LOVE THIS
    Guest
    LOVE THIS

    this is on replay all day!!! its perfectly adds to the mood of aseres yimay teshuva

    The best
    Guest
    The best

    Thank-you so much for a beautiful inspiration. So well done!! How can I buy it to have on my phone to replay?

    To 24 From Someone who knows
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    To 24 From Someone who knows

    The gentlemen recorded in Chicago and the young lady recorded in Crown Heights, is 4 states not a big enough mechitzah for you? Maybe in the future you should judge favorably and keep your opinions to yourself….pity:(((

    Coral Springs
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    Coral Springs

    WOW we hope you come back very soon !

    Perfect
    Guest
    Perfect

    Rogers Park Band has always been one of my favourite singers, this is why!

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