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The Seder

The Seder

The 15 Steps in the Order of the Seder

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Kadesh, Urchatz, Karpas, Yachatz, Maggid, Rachtzah, Motzie, Matzah, Maror, Korech, Shulchan Orech, Tzafun, Beirach, Hallel, Nirtzah.

Sanctify, Wash, Appetizer, Break, Tell, Wash, Motzie, Eat Matzah, Bitter, Wrap, Set the Table, Hidden, Bless, Praise, Accepted.

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Discussion (24)
April 11, 2014
from a 2nd grader
"I learned the 15 steps by this song." - thank you!
Monique
South Carolina
April 9, 2014
It is the 'belonging' I wish for.
Lovely music.
I could feel its message.
I don't need to understand all the words.
You belong .
Anonymous
Ny
March 24, 2013
To Sara Beth
The CD is called "A Singable Seder" and it's produced by Moshe Laufer.
Chana Benjaminson
March 24, 2013
I tried the link to this song and the site said it's out of stock. Is there anyone who knows the CD title and artist?
Sarah Beth
Los Angeles
March 24, 2013
sheet music/notes for songs
you wouldn't happen to have printable sheet music so we can sings these songs at the seder would you?
marc hyman
olney, md
jewisholney.com
March 19, 2013
Very nice, thank you for uploading this.
John Molaison
April 4, 2012
this is great
it would be terrific to stream the songs in order on Friday afternoon before the Seder
Mark
Bethesda
April 2, 2012
different tune
Why is this CD sound different on itunes. I like this one so much better.
karen
boca raton, fl
April 1, 2012
The Seder song
This is very sweet! I have never heard it before. I like it very much. Wish we had a lot of kids coming for our seder this year. I would try to teach it to them.
Marsha Myerowitz
Monroeville, PA
jewishmonroeville.com
December 6, 2011
music
Although my understanding is not 100%, the music is very good. I enjoyed it. Thank you.
joe
key west
chabadinsouthbeach.com
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