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Toldos Aharon Sing Lubavitch

One more Chassidic group was filmed on Sukkos singing a Lubavitch niggun. Toldos Aharon in Jerusalem sang the Maamar preparation niggun as they shake the Lulav and Esrog during the Hellel prayer with their Rebbe. Video

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Is this real?
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Is this real?

2 very similar videos. (other one about Viznitz)
makes me think that it is just a video clip with audio added on to it later as if they were singing it but that it is not really legitimate

thanks to
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thanks to

It’s all thanks to Avrohom Fried. Kol Hakoved Fried.

Not so sure this is something to be impressed with
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Not so sure this is something to be impressed with

There was an old Poilishe Chazan in Seattle in the early ’80’s. He was very knowledgeable of niggunim from around the world. He maintained that the niggun that was song before the Rebbe would say a maamar was an old Toldos Aron song from Hallel.

It's called the Rostover Niggun
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It's called the Rostover Niggun
I heard this song
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I heard this song

by the stamar rebbes daughters kabolas ponim at the chosson tisch

Not again.
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Not again.

This nigun has at least a century old prescence among others. In fact, if you stop and think for a minute (and are aware that there are a number of “generic” chassidiche nigunim that all of us – yes US – sing) you may wonder where the name “Rostover” came from. That town wasn’t significant in Lubavitch until the last years of the Rebbe Rashab who left Lubavitch because of the war. I don’t know. However (unless someone can tell us) it seems reasonable to assume that eithr (a) it was one of the nigunnim Yankel Poilisher bought to Lubavitch… Read more »

Our Niggunim Elsewhere? Thank G-d
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Our Niggunim Elsewhere? Thank G-d

In 770 all we have is Y’chee… where should the Niggunim be saved if not elsewhere?

John
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John

MBD sings “Mimkomach” from Kedusha with this tune.

 nigunim lover
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nigunim lover

YES, THE SAME THOUGHT CROSSED MY MIND, IT IS THANKS TO AVREMEL FRIED’S CD’S THAT ALL THESE OTHER CHASSIDIM ARE NOW SINGING THESE NIGUNIM, IT’S ALMOST AS THOUGH IT’S A HACHANAH FOR WHEN MOSHIACH REVEALS HIMSELF AND WILL FARBREING FOR THE WHOLE WORLD, THEY WILL BE TOTALLY PREPARED AND FAMILIAR WITH HIS NIGUNIM… I WAS IN A BIG KOSHER SUPERMARKET IN MONSEY WHERE THE MUSIC OVER THE STORE LOUDSPEAKER WAS AVROHOM FRIED’S CD PLAYING “SHLUCHEI ADONEINU” ETC.
MOSHIACH WE ARE READY!!!!

Lubavithcher nigun
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Lubavithcher nigun

The rostever niggun was made by the the shapiro brothers who were the same peaple who wrote the rebbes sefer torah and were lubavitchers who had a printing house in rostov.

lubab
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lubab

guys we never were given credit where its due nor will we ever be given credit when its due. abi chassidus spreads let them think its theirs

Anonymous
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Anonymous

The Satmar Rebbe – R’ Yoel ZT”L used to sing this niggun to Mimkomcha when he was the Shliach Tzibbur.

Schapiro brothers?
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Schapiro brothers?

I don’t know about the accuracy of that comment, but the Shapiro brothers certainly did NOT have a printing house in Rostov. Rostov is quite far from the region in which Chabad Chassidus was prominent. Their printing house was in Slavita. And there is a niggun that is attributed to them, but not this one. Poster #10 seems to have confused things.

this si all new to me
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this si all new to me

but so is evrything since gimmel tamuz

baal menagin
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baal menagin

The Rostover niggun has been sung by other Chasidim for many years. They sing it at chuppahs (just as they often sing the Alter Rebbe’s niggun), as well as other occasions. The alter Satmar Rebbe Reb Yoel used to sing it to Mimkomach as well. As many know, it’s called the Rostover Niggun. It was sung as the hachono niggun before the Rebbe’s maamar. Where and from who this niggun originates I’m not sure. We say it’s ours, but others sing it with slight variations.

Yechi HaMelech
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Yechi HaMelech

I heard that the Satmer Rav heard some lubavithers singing it during the Houlacaust so thats why they sing it at chasunas

dont get carried away
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dont get carried away

this rebbe regularly attended our rebbes farbrengens when residing in monsey many years ago. he uses the nigunim to turn his crowd on! he tries hard! he dislikes lubavitchers teaching his followers likutei torah and the like. his followers dont especially like lubavitchers inclding our rebbe! he trainns his people to learng mishna berura only. I hear from insiders that he is a bit of a misnagid! and the oldys of his people dont go for him and the young ones just follow the crowd and dont care. so whats the big deal. i in israel have true chabad non… Read more »

to # 17
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to # 17

All we’re doing is dicussing various origins of niggunim in both an intelligent and mature way. Why does your comment have to be filled with anger, venom, rechilos, lh”r, etc. “Grow Up!!”

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