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This wonderful, inspiring tune for Birkat Kohanim originates with the famed “kapelye” (musical group) of the second Chabad Rebbe, Rabbi Dovber.

Birkat Kohanim Melody

Birkat Kohanim Melody

One of the traditional melodies for the priestly blessing

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Birkat Kohanim Melody: One of the traditional melodies for the priestly blessing

This wonderful, inspiring tune for Birkat Kohanim originates with the famed “kapelye” (musical group) of the second Chabad Rebbe, Rabbi Dovber.
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Anne Florida June 12, 2015

Birkat Kohanim Beautiful. Thank you so much Chabad and Avraham Fried. I have been attending our local synagogue for seven years now. I converted to Judaism one year ago. I am learning more each day thanks to you Chabad. You are wonderful. I love being a part of the Jewish community and people of Israel. Shalom. Reply

Sandy NJ October 14, 2014

I am a Levy; and miss going to Shul with my Dad and, when I was young, standing beneath his Tallis to avert my eyes when the Kohanim were blessing us. Reply

Roger March 27, 2013

Brikos Kohanim beautful! I am in the process of converting to Judaism and hearing this helps reenforce for me why I am converting. because I love the people, stucture, and community and want to be part of the people of Israel. Thank you! Reply

Yaakov BROOKLYN, New York September 27, 2012

Chabad Nusach I'm also a Kohen and never heard the Chabad nusach for Birkas Kohanim. To make it clear, though, there are different niggunim used for birkas kohanim - and some don't even sing during Birkas Kohanim. Thank you. Reply

Anonymous Seattle, wa via oakparkjewish.org May 29, 2011

Birkas Hakohanim emotionally inspiration Every Hay yayayayayayayayaah, preceding the blessing elevates the soul of the kohamin to higher sphere connecting him with the Divine to bless us all in the four corners of the world, from His Holy City Jerusalem!
Thanks Chabad for this blessing melody!
Chesed Yocheved Avraham Reply

Anonymous Metairie, La June 30, 2010

Birkat Kohamin Melody Thanks to A Fried, Jewish TV and Chabad.org for having this on. I will listen to this many times and practice with it as I am a a Kohen with little experience. The term could be BT (baal teshuvah -- returnee to judaism) but we are all BT's. Thanks to you and my local Chabad Rabbi for sending this to me. Reply

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