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14 Iyar, 5748-1988
From the Passover Haggada, describing the many miracles of the Exodus, this Nigun is being sung at the conclusion of a Pesach- Sheini Farbrengen.
Pesach Sheni, 5747 · May 13, 1987
“...How much more so should we be grateful to the Omnipresent One for the doubled and redoubled goodness that He has bestowed upon us...” (From the Passover Haggadah)
Song lyrics: “How much we must be grateful to the Omnipresent One for the doubled and redoubled goodness He has bestowed upon us; for He has brought us out of Egypt...” (The Haggadah)
13 Nissan, 5742 • April 6, 1982
“Thus, how much more so should we be grateful to the Omnipresent One for the doubled and redoubled goodness that He bestowed upon us, for He has brought us out of Egypt.” From the Passover Haggadah.
11 Nissan, 5737 • March 30, 1977
In the Haggadah, after listing the many miracles and gifts G-d gave the Jewish People after their exodus from Egypt, we recite: “How much more so should we be grateful to the Omnipresent One for the doubled and redoubled goodness that He bestowed upon us,...
Song Lyrics: “How much we must be grateful to the Omnipresent One for the doubled and redoubled goodness He has bestowed upon us; for He has brought us out of Egypt...” (The Haggadah)
Chasidim sing a song with words from the Passover Haggadah at a farbrengen in honor of the Rebbe’s seventy-fourth birthday.
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