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This melody is divided into three parts that signify deep meditation, fervent hope, and boundless faith

Yemin Hashem

Yemin Hashem

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Yemin Hashem

This melody is divided into three parts that signify deep meditation, fervent hope, and boundless faith
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Lyrics:

Transliteration:

Yemin hashem romeimah, yemin hashem osah choyil.

Translation:

The right hand of the L-rd is exalted; The right hand of the L-rd performs deeds of valor!

Psalms 118:16

Musical Notes


When praying alone, the Tzemach Tzedek, the third Chabad Rebbe, would break into this melody upon reaching these words in Halel. The melody is divided into three parts that signify deep meditation, fervent hope, and boundless faith.


Music notes courtesy of Kehot Publication Society and Chabad Melodies by Eli Lipsker and Velvel Pasternak.
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Mr. Shlomo Zalman Beauchamp via chabadnm.org February 24, 2011

Nigun Yemin HaShem This Is By Far One Of My Very Favorite Nigunim. It Just Stirs My Neshomah (soul) Every Time I Hear It, It's Get Stuck In My Head & I'll Sing It For Hours. Reply

Doris Landau, Germany via chabad-baden.de June 5, 2010

Chassidic music Thank you so much for these encouraging, joyful and strong songs. They go right into the heart. Reply

itche menahem September 24, 2007

Perfect at dusk... ...while waiting for the appearance of three stars, havdalah and departure of Shabbat; the most beautiful niggun I have ever heard. Reply

Miriam Beloit, Kansas January 20, 2007

So Beautiful This song is so beautifully done and the harmony is great. A song the whole family loves! Thank you for putting it on.
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