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1 HaBen Yaki Li

הבן יקיר לי - ניגוני חב"ד בניחוח של פעם

Nigun Simcha (1)
Audio | 3:31
Nigun Simcha (1)
This nigun is attributed to the venerable chassid Reb Yisroel Noach Blinitzky.
HaBen Yakir Li
Audio | 6:13
HaBen Yakir Li
This nigun was composed by Reb Sholom Charitonov from Nikoleav and is sung to the words in Musaf of Rosh Hashanah (#240).
Nigun Shabbos and Yom Tov (1)
This Chabad tune from generations past is now widely sung throughout many Jewish communities (#92).
Nigun Simcha (Klimovitch)
A joyous Chassidic tune from the town of Klimovitch in White Russia, where there was a vibrant Chasidic community before World War II.
Nigun Nikolaev
Audio | 5:45
Nigun Nikolaev
A heartfelt Chasidic melody from the town of Nikolayev, Ukraine, which was popularized by the chassid Reb Shmuel Betzalel Althaus.
Modeh Ani
Audio | 6:12
Modeh Ani
An old Chabad tune that Reb Eliyahu Rivkin from Kfar Chabad would often sing (original nigun was without words).
Nigun Simcha (2)
Audio | 3:54
Nigun Simcha (2)
The venerable chassid Reb Yisroel Noach Blinitzky would sing this nigun; saying it expresses joy and trust that everything is for the good.
Nigun Shabbos and Yom Tov (2)
It’s known that the Alter Rebbe didn’t include many Zemiros for Shabbos in his siddur, since Chassidim farbreng together at the Shabbos meal and sing nigunim. (#83)
Nigun Shabbos
Audio | 5:47
Nigun Shabbos
There are nigunim sung by a chassid engrossed in prayer, in a state of meditative thought and filled with emotion. (#95)
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