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Chag Purim, Chag Purim, Chag Gadol Hu La’Yehudim, Masechot Ra’ashanim, Shirim v’Rikudim
Chorus: Hava Narisha, Rash, Rash, Rash! Barashanim.

Chag Purim

Chag Purim

The traditional children's Purim song par excellence!

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Anônimo Naviraí, MS, Brasil March 11, 2017

Chag Purim, Chag Purim, Chag Gadol Hu La’Yehudim, Masechot Ra’ashanim, Shirim v’Rikudim
Refrão: Hava Narisha, Rash, Rash, Rash! Barashanim Reply

AM I crazy or did I listen to this song 20 times in a row texas February 28, 2017

purim i have listen to this song about 10000000000000 times I want to know is it possible for me to print it ??? Reply

Ainsley HB April 22, 2016

I just realized that I was possibly offensive by spelling out G-d in my previous question. I am sorry and meant no disrespect to you or to G-d. Thank you for honoring the holiness of His name. Reply

Ainsley Huntington Beach April 22, 2016

Translate, please? I am a Christian who loves the story of Esther and God's wonderful deliverance of the Jewish people. But, I don't understand Hebrew. Would anyone be kind enough to translate the song for me? I want to share it with my granddaughter. Reply

Anonymous March 24, 2016

Wonderful memories I haven't heard the song in like 40 years but I still remember the words. Funny how hebrew school songs stick with us. Great song and a great holiday!!! Reply

Anonymous Brazil March 24, 2016

Love this happy song! Reply

Sam Leon Dumfries February 16, 2015

I'm teaching myself this song on the pennywhistle...Bit incongruous but still sounds good! Reply

Livvy Boston February 17, 2013

Chag Purim I like how the song describes all the things you do on Purim. Reply

Song Lover January 27, 2013

amazing song i LOVE this song. i listened to it lots of times .
my birthday sometimes is on purim. Reply

Paula Driscoll Clovis, USA March 18, 2011

Chag Purim Love this happy song! Way TOO short though.So much fun learning about all the holidays. Thank you. Reply

Anonymous São Paulo, Brasil March 12, 2011

Purim's song Love this happy song! Reply

Anonymous Ponte Vedra Beach, FL February 4, 2011

Chag Purim Love this song it is such a happy song . Reply

Keren anne Petaluma, USA February 1, 2011

Chag Purim, Chag Purim, Chag Gadol Hu La’Yehudim, Masechot Ra’ashanim, Shirim v’Rikudim
Chorus: Hava Narisha, Rash, Rash, Rash! Barashanim. can you make the music feed longer.

like on repeat until i turn if off. The songs I am trying to learn needs to be longer over and over ... Please.. . Reply

Anonymous gibraltar, gibraltar March 15, 2010

perfect i thought the song was excellent. my baby sister loves it so much she sang it all the way to my grandparents' house. Reply

Anonymous HollYWOOD, FL March 2, 2010

Chag Purim! My three year old LOVES this song...we listen to it several times a day. :) Reply

Anonymous guagnzhou, china February 28, 2010

thank you it's excellent! Reply

Anonymous Ponte Vedra Beach, FL February 17, 2010

Chag Purim Great song it always makes me happy to hear it Reply

Anonymous Thornton, CO February 11, 2010

chag Purim! Being Jewish is the BEST!! I am a Jew by Choice!!! And Proud of being Jewish! I may not be an Orthodox...but I'm Jewish! And I know my "Jewish Soul" loves the music and the poeple! Reply

Dubi Moran December 27, 2009

purim fest, purim fest
joy for kids and fun at best
costumes, rattles, songs and dance [all day and all night]
let's make noise, noise noise noise
let's make noise, noise noise noise
clacking with the rattles

(1) Your version says "joy for jews". I know the song as "joy for kids"
(2) [all day and all night] is added just to follow the beat.
(3) instead of "noise noise noise", make any sound that you like. You may use the Hebrew original word there: raash, raash, raash. Reply

Peter Halliday Colchester, UK March 13, 2009

Chag Purim Thank you, Eric; we are now learning to sing it in Hebrew and English. I also found some nice versions on itunes which help.

By the way, as a new user I love the website, but I am having difficulty downloading some files. I gea messages saying I need to have Windows Media installed, but I do! - and it's the latest version. Am I just being dim? Reply

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