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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.

Rachamono

Rachamono

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Lyrics:

Transliteration:

Ra-cha-ma-na de-on-ei la-a-ni-yei a-nei-na, ra-cha-ma-na de-an-ei lis-vi-rei li-ba a-nei-na.

Translation:

O Merciful One, who answers the poor, answer us; O Merciful One, who answers the brokenhearted, answer us.

Liturgy

Musical Notes


From a concluding prayer in the Selichot service. The opening bars reveal 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. The melody was introduced by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory, on the holiday of Simchat Torah in 1959.



Composed or Taught By
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson
Music notes courtesy of Kehot Publication Society and Chabad Melodies by Eli Lipsker and Velvel Pasternak.
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A.g Ccalifornia March 17, 2013

Gives goosebumps Reply

joshua alexandria, va January 17, 2007

When I hear, Rachamono, my soul weeps. Reply

yitzhak December 25, 2006

listened to this and wept for my recently deceased yiddishe mama, raisa gordon. Reply

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