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Avinu Malkeinu, Our Father our King; An'im Zemiros, I sing songs and melodies I will weave; Ki Anu Amecha, We are Your people and You are our G-d.

Avinu Malkeinu Medley

Avinu Malkeinu Medley

1. Avinu Malkeinu 2. An'im Zemiros 3. Ki Anu Amecha


Avinu Malkeinu Medley: 1. Avinu Malkeinu 2. An'im Zemiros 3. Ki Anu Amecha

Avinu Malkeinu, Our Father our King; An'im Zemiros, I sing songs and melodies I will weave; Ki Anu Amecha, We are Your people and You are our G-d.
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1. Avinu Malkeinu
Avinu Malkeinu, Ein Lanu Melech Ela Atah.

Our Father, our King, we have no King but You.

2. Anim Zemiros
An-im Z’miros B’shirim E’erog, Ki Eilecha Nafshi Sa-arog.
Nafshi Chamdah B’tzeil Yadecha, Lada-as Kol Raz Sodaecha.

3. Ki Anu
Ki Anu Amecha V’atah Elokeinu,
Anu Vanecha V’atah Avinu.
Anu Avadecha V’atah Adoneinu,
Anu K’halecha V’atah Chelkeinu.

For we are your people and You are our G‑d,
We are Your children and You are our Father.
We are Your servants and You are our Master,
We are Your congregation and You are our portion.

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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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Rochelle Fordin Lincoln ca and Brentwood via September 18, 2017

I feel so much better after listening to these payers and music. Thank you Reply

STVE SPECTOR Skokie Illinois September 4, 2017

Love this tune Reply

Anonymous March 19, 2017

Any Reason In particular why Anim Zemiros was not translated as well? Reply

Melissa Solomon Pittsburgh January 3, 2017

Just bought my son a book that has music and pictures for each page...niggun and's really lovely..very educational for adults as well from niggun toys. Come.check it out. Great way to learn Chabad Chasidic melodies Reply

shlomo montreal, que. canada via January 2, 2017

music chabad simply lovely. keep the tradition. a small miracle to find the site and the music. eureka. congratulations. do you have a spot for amateurs and simple jews like myself to learn how to sing following the instructions of your masters. if yes. post it. toda raba. shlomo Reply

Samantha Leon July 19, 2015

The intro part reminds me a bit of the theme music from the movie The Mummy. Very marvelously done. Keep up the excellent work. Reply

Delorise Markman October 1, 2014

Chag Samech, Shanah Tovah, May you be inscribed and sealed. The music brings tears to my eyes. Reply

Deborah Indonesia September 29, 2014

Beautiful soul song yearning from deep of my heart to Hashem. I love Jews song and i love Israel. Reply

Israel Brussels, Belgium via September 13, 2013

Regards (SHALOM) Very good music be blessed all of you Reply

John Nicholas Birmingham, England January 12, 2013

Gratitude My eyes have tears, my heart is lost unable to be home. Your music allows me to be home. Reply

Theo Or Uri MANCHESTER, NH, USA September 13, 2012

AVINU MALKEINU Absolutely beautiful music! For this I'll give money! Reply

mark alcock Ballito , SA September 11, 2012

Avinu Malkeinu This holy song not only pleases & praises Ha-Shem with all our pure love but it allows us to express our purest love with every fibre of our body which produces uncontrollable tears to flow which are triggered from the soul which is transcended by God's Spirit during singing and praising Ha-Shem with with a blessing of a holy love song which responds to the Holy Commandments ,which hang on the sacred words ; to love God first, and then man too. . Reply

marion helle lake Hiawatha, nj September 10, 2012

Avinu Malkeinu You continue to inspire me. with the most beautiful heartfelt music. You were wonderful on the Telethon last evening. Reply

Denese Kelly Fountain Valley, Ca September 10, 2012

Avinu Malkeinu I know this song pleases my father in heaven. Reply

Helen Driessen Caracas, Venezuela July 25, 2012

Jewish Jukebox I am not jewish but am absolutely fascinated by this ancient music that seems to touch the deepest part of my soul. Reply

Dr. Sasha Winderbaum Delray Beach, FL October 7, 2011

Avinu Malkeinu Chag Samech, Shanah Tovah, May you be inscribed and sealed. Reply

mark alcock Dbn., ZA October 3, 2011

G-d is holiest and most amazing. Critically commenting on our comments. We tend to ineptly comment more about the cantor and the holy song,when in fact we should be applying all our wondrous amazement ,focus and energy with the glory on Holiest Ha-Shem , the most High. After all ,did Ha-Shem not create all cantors,persons and songs, so that we might please Him ,and then thank our fellow man ??? Reply

Anonymous September 28, 2011

Hebrew I don't read the transliteration well. Do you have the words to the songs printed in Hebrew? I have been teaching Bar ant Bat MItzvah children for many years. I think I am too old to learn how to read transliteration at this time in my life .help. Reply

Sari Brodey Lantau, Hong Kong September 28, 2011

Gratitude Being in Hong Kong far from home. to be able to touch some sweet love brings tears to the eyes and tenderly massages the heart. Reply

malka prov, RI August 28, 2011

Catholic Liturgical music especially liturgical chants are very beautiful and of course old worldly.

The singer is Avraham Fried and he lives in Brooklyn and has concerts all the time around. You can probably see him sining on you-tube. Reply

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