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Nigun Rikud, Darkecho Elokeinu, Nigun Simcho, Yemin Hashem, Uforatzto, Rachamono, Nye Zhuritze Chloptzi, Ki Onu Amecho, Tzomo Lecho Nafshi, Mimitzraim Gealtonu, Ovinu Malkeinu, Vaharikoosi Lochem Brochoh, Keili Atoh, Nigun Rikud, Ach Leilokim, Ki Vesimcho

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Audio | 2:07
Nigun Rikud
A lively dance melody that is sung often at Hakofot, Chassidic gatherings and happy occasions
Audio | 2:23
Darkecho Elokeinu
The text is from the Yom Kippur eve liturgy. The melody brims over with penitence and joy of the spirit.
Audio | 3:01
Nigun Simcho
A joyful melody that lifts the yoke of worldly cares and refreshes the spirit
Audio | 2:42
Yemin Hashem
This melody is divided into three parts that signify deep meditation, fervent hope, and boundless faith
Audio | 2:26
Uforatzto
A happy marching song , evidencing an unfaltering purpose to spread the light of the Torah throughout the world
Audio | 3:42
Rachamono
This melody’s opening reveals the remorse of the remorseful spirit, while the conclusion voices a strong hope for the acceptance and fulfillment of the worshippers’ petitions to the Almighty.
A carefree, Joyous melody, dating from the time of the second Chabad Rebbe, the Mitteler Rebbe
Audio | 3:24
Ki Onu Amecho
The melody conveys a plea for redemption of the soul and strengthening of the spirit
This melody is filled with poignancy and is sung soulfully is a favorite of the Rebbe
This melody sung in two parts, celebrates the Exodus from Egypt and is sung with great joy and enthusiasm, particularly during the Passover holidays
Audio | 1:58
Ovinu Malkeinu
This soulful melody is divided into three parts. The first, wordless, elevates the singers to a deeply spiritual mood. The second expresses yearning for the Divine, while the third is a declaration of faith in the help of our Father and King.
A happy dance melody divided into two parts that proclaim deep faith in the boundless goodness of G-d to His people.
Audio | 3:49
Keili Atoh
This melody is divided into three short parts, it is a heartfelt declaration of thankfulness, spiritual satisfaction, and steadfast belief in the future redemption
Audio | 2:44
Nigun Rikud
A lively dance melody, created by the Lubavitcher Chassidim of Nikolayev, Ukraine
Audio | 2:26
Ach Leilokim
This deeply meditative melody elevates man from his workday world and, by repetition, enkindles the soul of the singer
Audio | 2:03
Ki Vesimcho
This joyous melody is customarily sung at the conclusion of every Chassidic gathering as the Rebbe leaves
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