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The Origin of the Famous Niggun

Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski reveals the origin of the famous Chabad niggun "Hoshia Es Amecha" which was sung by the Rebbe. Video

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When did The Rebbe say (confirmed) that this nigun הושיעה את עמיך is indeed a Lubavitcher nigun?

hoshia es amecho
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I heard in one of Rabbi Levi Garelik’s classes that his uncle, Reb Avrohom Sasonkin, heard it in Pittsburgh after his wedding. (Rabbi Sasonkin married Rabbi Garelik’s aunt, Mrs. Soro Rivka, daughter of Rabbi Sholom Posner – By the way – the second to the last wedding that the Rebbe officiated). He brought it to Israel when they went on shlichus and the song “ciught on” very well….. The following year, Rabbi Lider from Kfar Chabad came for Tishrei to the Rebbe. The Rebbe would ask the guests from Eretz Yisroel to sing “Mizimras Hooretz”. Rabbi Lider sang Hoshio Es… Read more »

The Rebbe sang it
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The Rebbe sang it

On 4 Sivan 5749, iirc, after a sicha on the possuk.

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