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Fortunate is he who has not sinned. And let one who has sinned repent and he will be forgiven. (Tractate Sukka, 53:1) This moving melody composed by early Chabad Chassidim accurately brings forth the message of this tune -- to contemplate Teshuva -- repentance, even in moments of highest rapture.

Eilu Vo'eilu

Eilu Vo'eilu

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Avraham Friedman (stage name Fried) is perhaps the most popular Jewish musical entertainer. His music includes traditional Chassidic melodies as well as original compositions. His music is traditional yet modern, and tends to integrate many styles of popular music with Jewish lyrics and themes.
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November 23, 2011
Eilu Vo'eilu music
This music moves my heart to pray.
To stop. Just stop, and take time, to just feel the love offered.
Susan Brooks
St. Joseph, Mi.
January 26, 2011
Fortunate is he who has not sinned. And let one who has sinned repent and he will be forgiven. (Tractate Sukka, 53:1) This moving melody composed by early Chabad Chassidim accurately brings forth the message of this tune -- to contemplate Teshuva -- repentance, even in moments of highest rapture.
Anonymous
Jerusalem, Israel
December 16, 2010
Eilu Vo'eilu
Thanks for the complete rendition.
This niggun is truly sublime.
Taylor Jordan
NYC
December 4, 2010
eilu vo'eilu
Please re-record this beautiful niggun, as it is missing the stirring final chorus.
It's a shame that it ends in middle of nowhere.

Thanks,
Taylor
Taylor Jordan
NYC
November 20, 2009
Beautiful
this captures my heart.
ori
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