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My Best Niggun

A chassidic song from Nikolaev

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My Best Niggun: A chassidic song from Nikolaev

Nadav Bachar and Menachem Munis play this chassidic melody, a nigun by R. Aharon Charitonow, with a classical guitar.

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Anonymous October 11, 2018

What are the music notes?
Need to get me hands on those. Reply

Anonymous September 20, 2018

The Great Reply

Marsha Selwyn Billings MT March 8, 2016

Jewish aging Wonderful and peaceful! It gave me hope at hard time in my life! Reply

Anonymous brooklyn November 14, 2014

Thank you! Reply

Anonymous South Carolina June 27, 2013

Lovely. I listened to this first the other night, and just now shared it with my daughter. Thank you for the experience. Reply

Liliana Rotzscher Berkeley June 25, 2013

Yes, who's the companion? Reply

Norah Elkman Australia June 24, 2013

loved it!!!! where can I get hold of your music.... its beautiful!!!! Reply

Chana Trinidad, CA June 23, 2013

Very beautiful niggun This was a very lovely niggun, I would love to have a recording of it. Reply

Anonymous June 23, 2013

What are these Nigunim called? Reply

shoshana sfat June 23, 2013

love your music!!! please keep it coming! hope to see you in the Holy City of Tzefat for the Klezmer Festival! please be here!!! Reply

Anonymous UK June 23, 2013

Wait....who is the second guy then? Reply

Anonymous June 22, 2013

Niggun It was like listening to a story, and had a healing quality .
Thank you so much. Reply

Fern June 21, 2013

so beautiful, listening to this on erev shabbat morning. many thanks. Reply

garry usa June 19, 2013

perfect as I study the Torah this afternoon. Reply

Anonymous June 19, 2013

Awesome! Really enjoyed that. Hope to hear more in the future. Reply

Dayana June 18, 2013

Sweet! Thank you for sharing this. Reply

Anonymous Thornhill, ON, Canada June 18, 2013

I read in another website about this instrument. It is called "כתר" (I'm not sure if it's prononced "Keter" or "Kesser"). It was costume made by the musician playing it (Nadav Bachar). Reply

Pinina June 18, 2013

Very Beautiful! Thank you for sharing this wonderful music of the soul! Reply

Anonymous June 18, 2013

amazing! what type of instrument is that? the one with 2 necks? whats it called? Reply

Anonymous Brooklyn June 18, 2013

beautiful! thank you Reply

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