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A spirited Chassidic tune, bursting with joy and drunk with enthusiasm. Originally sung by the Chassid Reb Peretz Mockin and recently popularized by Rabbi Shimon Lazaroff, this melody is often sung at weddings and other joyous occasions when spirits are high and also flowing freely.

4. Mashke

4. Mashke

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4. Mashke

A spirited Chassidic tune, bursting with joy and drunk with enthusiasm. Originally sung by the Chassid Reb Peretz Mockin and recently popularized by Rabbi Shimon Lazaroff, this melody is often sung at weddings and other joyous occasions when spirits are high and also flowing freely.
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Anonymous Brooklyn October 8, 2015

What's this niggun called? Reply

Violina K Belfast, UK September 3, 2012

MASHKE Absolutely beautiful, brilliant! Reply

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