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    Vizhnitz Sing Lubavitch Songs

    Lubavitch niggunim have gained popularity in recent decades and are often heard at Chassidic and Yeshivish gatherings. At the mass Sukkot Tish the Vizhnitz Chassidim held this week, Tzomah L'Cha Nafshi was heard. Video

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    Vizhnitz
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    Vizhnitz

    It’s funny how they leave ou the russian

    Retzonenu Liros Malkenu
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    Retzonenu Liros Malkenu

    This clip bbrings GAGUIM for pre 27 Adar, Rebbe we need you NOW!

    #2??
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    #2??

    im not sure what is m’orer ur gaguim.

    Gaguim
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    Gaguim

    Is this Vizhnitz Benei Berak, or Vizhnitz Monsey?

    To retoneinu Liros: you don’t really mean you have gaguim for 27 Adar. I think your gaguim are for PRE-27 Adar.

    Thats Beautiful!!
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    Thats Beautiful!!

    We are definately fulfilling our mission! L’chsheafutzu M’onasecha Chutza!

    wedding in williamsburg
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    wedding in williamsburg

    we were passing williamsburg a little while ago and we heard the second niggun blaring from a wedding

    wow
    Guest
    wow

    They have a sukah bigger then 770 maybe we can do something for are self’s and build a big shul that’s able to fit all of us inside

    Oh maybe they can turn on the a/c
    Today I was in there and oh boo did it stink

    to # 1
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    to # 1

    What do you expect from Poilishers?

    Laaniyas Dayti
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    Laaniyas Dayti

    * The 2nd nigun (known by us as the Rostover) has been in the Skver and Vizhnitz repertoire for at least a century…

    * To #2
    Grow up. The ikkar is the neshama. The neshama can (and will) be melubash beguf – when chassidim grow up and leave the fantasies of nostalgia. It doesn’t have to be in the guf of 26th Adar nor in the guf of 1950, or any picture or video you have of in-between. Just stop being so much into the chitzoniyus., Lubavitch.

    not surprised
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    not surprised

    i once heard “v’chol karnei Rishoyim” at a telshe yeshiva wedding. when i mentioned how nice it was that they were playing a chabad niggun, they tried to tell me it wasn’t a chabad niggun.

    To #8
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    To #8

    They are not Poilishe

    amazing
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    amazing

    beautiful!

    makes sense!
    Guest
    makes sense!

    its because of the ushpizin of the alter rebbe!

    avram fried
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    avram fried

    Avram Fried’s Chabad nigunim tapes made chabad nigunim popular amongst kol bnei yisroel mikol hachugim.
    Yasher koiach Avremel.

    Lubavitch sings vishnitz
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    Lubavitch sings vishnitz

    The Lubavitch song yifrach beyomov tzaddik is a vishnitz tune to lecha dodi (and till recently also in 770 before the piamenta/moshe yess song became mandatory) Gerer composition be Yankel talmud that was used by David Werdyger on the words ashreinu was later changed to noda biihuda. R’ Meir shapiro’s becho botchu we didn’t even bother changing. The Rebbe liked it and used to sing it by farbrengen. The famous modzids ani mamin too. Mendy werdyger sings an old rizhiner niggun on one of his albums that we sing without words by our seder nigunim (different speed) It used to… Read more »

    heh
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    heh

    B”H
    it makes a nice blen to hear this song like ‘tzume lechu’

    to # 15
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    to # 15

    Great comment! There are many more non Lubavitch songs that we sing. I just want to mention two more that are sung all the time – Sheyibone Beis Hamikdosh and Yechi Adoneinu(Zol Shoin Zain Di Geulah).

    Rostover Niggun
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    Rostover Niggun

    The second niggun known to us as the Rostover niggun was sung by the Divrei Yoel of Satmar during Kedusha to the words Mimkoimoch Malkeinu etc (MBD has it on one of his tapes)

    to number 2
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    to number 2

    You were (are) a vishinitzer chosid of the lubavitcher rebbe.

    The Rebbe has all kinds of chasisdim. and that is ok

    closeminded
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    closeminded

    whats the big deal that they sang some chabad niggunim do you know how many niggunim that we sing that have their roots elsewhere…..

    #15
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    #15

    # actually the tune noda b’yhuda is a old lubavitcher tune without words that was sund a tiny bit different. to hear how it was sung you could listen to purim tof shin chai, tehy demolt singing i believe the the yechidus nigun of shlomo chachniker, which is a nigun ga’aguim. and wanteda simcha nigun so they sang that tune.

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