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Speaking with “Rabbi Nigun”

R’ Zalman Negin tells about his experience of running a music school for children, shares his view of music education and an insight into the niggunim according to Chassidus. Full Story

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WOW!!
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WOW!!

WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU ZALMY!!!
FROM LONDON

good stuff niggen
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good stuff niggen

hatzlacha 🙂

FOR MORE IFO, VISIT THE MAMESH MUSIC'S WEBSITE
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FOR MORE IFO, VISIT THE MAMESH MUSIC'S WEBSITE
Go zalmy
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Go zalmy

A true example of elevating your passion for avodas hashem.

Great job!
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Great job!

My daughter loves the classes! Hatzlacha!!

kol hakavod!
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kol hakavod!

love the pictures!! So sweet

Jonathan Miller
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Jonathan Miller

Thanks for this.Its absolutely wonderful.
The Rebbe tza”l would be proud.
Good shabbes

Worthwhile investment
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Worthwhile investment

We look forward to returning this year. Rabbi Negun paid attention to the details and made us feel as if we were getting private instruction. Thank you!

Well done!
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Well done!

Rabbi Negin is also a wonderful musician in his own right- he played at our son’s Barmitzva and our Chanuka celebration when he was still a young bochur. Beautiful work, shkoach!

revolutionary!
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revolutionary!

great to see someone taking an initiative and building something that will give the next generation a critical skill that is not just musical, but helps with self development tools such creative thinking, self expression and self discipline.
encore!!

I have only one word to say.
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I have only one word to say.

Amazing!

let's give credit
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let's give credit

Cheder Ohr Menachem is where he started his niggunim and music classes

hi chaya mushka
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hi chaya mushka

looking good!
miss u in aussie

BEHATZLAHA
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BEHATZLAHA

BEHATZLAHA FROM MELBOURNE VE BE SHAA TOVA!

 a londoner
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a londoner

well done wishing you much success in giving those who have musical talent an opportunity to develop
it.

adults
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adults

any bands/ ensembles for adults?

Zalmi
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Zalmi

Yashar Koach! – continue meichoyi el choyil, and of course kudos to the woman behind the scenes… Rochie!

"Rabbi Niggun"
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"Rabbi Niggun"

Thank you everyone for your kind words!

To #12 – you are right! Credit goes to Ohr Menachem school for sparking off the idea – and I still think that the idea of ‘Nigunim and Rebbeim’ as a subject is great for every school – even if there are no instruments involved.

And yes – the Eishes Chayil is the one behind it all!

Thank you also to the White Night Public Relations team and Dana Pestun – girls program director for all the great work!
Looking forward to a great new year BEH!

ZN

B"H
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B"H

Sunday was really nice. Thank you! loved the video

The nigunim family
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The nigunim family

Zalmy it is so good to see that you are taking your family gift of music and passing it on. Makes me proud to have known you all our lives.

Sholom Rabin SH London

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