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This Chassidic cantorial chant is very moving and inspiring

Tal Yaasis

Tal Yaasis


Tal Yaasis

This Chassidic cantorial chant is very moving and inspiring
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Tal ya'asis Tzuf Horim , T'eim Bim'odecho Muvchorim Chan'unecho Chaleitz Mimasgeirim , Zimro Nan'im V'kol Norim, B'tal
Tal Bo T'vorech Mozon, Bemashmaneinu Al Y'he Rozon Ayumo Asher Hisa'to Ka'tzon, Ono Tofek Lo Rotzon, B'tal


Let dew sweeten like honey [the crops of] the mountains; let Your chosen savor Your goodness; deliver Your beloved ones from bondage, then we will raise our voices and sing sweet songs – with dew.
With dew You shall bless our sustenance; let there be no scarcity in our fullness; to the nation that You led like sheep, please cause satisfaction – with dew.

Words from Prayer of Tal, Musaf of first day of Passover.

Musical Notes

A Chassidic cantorial chant, set to the prayer of Tal, composed by the well-known Lubavitcher disciple and vocalist, Reb Avrohom Charitonov of Nikolayev. When this melody was sung in Lubavitch in 1899 (5649), the Rebbe Rashab, the fifth Chabad Rebbe at the time, was touched by its warmth and requested that it be sung often. The melody is very moving, especially when the words "B'mashmaneinu al yehi rozon" — Let there be no scarcity in our fullness, are reached.

The Rebbe told his students that by emphasizing the inner meaning of "B'mashmaneinu", the richness in Torah and the Mitzvot, they would be assured of redemption and emancipation from their suffering.

Music notes courtesy of Kehot Publication Society and Chabad Melodies by Eli Lipsker and Velvel Pasternak.
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