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Chassidism: (a) The movement within Judaism founded by Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov (1698-1760), stressing service of G-d through the mystical in addition to the legalistic dimension of Judaism, the power of joy, love of G-d and one's fellow, emotional involvement in prayer, finding G-dliness in every aspect of one's existence, and the elevation of the material universe; (b) the teachings and philosophy of this movement; see also Chabad
Listen to our collection of Jewish music and Chassidic songs that inspire the heart and express the soul. Also enjoy listening to and learning the traditional Shabbat songs and prayers.
The powerful words of this nigun express our fervent prayer and hope of seeing the Redemption soon, and to be reunited with all of our people. The poem seems to have been written by the Frierdiker Rebbe in 1941. The melody was then composed by Yisroel Dov...
The words of halel, as set to the two Yom Kippur melodies, originally taught by the Rebbe. It was adapted and performed by the late chassid, Rabbi Yisrael Duchman, who recorded a collection of songs he treasured shortly before his passing.
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