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Pesach Music

I am excited to send you the 'Seder Night Music Guide'. The richness of Jewish Music on the free internet is incredible, so here are references for you to start your own exploration process.

פסח כשר ושמח,

Chazzan Zevi


First we start with the Simanim song, Kadesh Urchatz, which summarizes the order of the Mitzvot and Minhagim of the night.

Kadesh Urchatz

CLICK HERE to hear the Kadesh Urchatz song and HERE for another traditional version

CLICK HERE for a Chassidic version


CLICK HERE to listen to the Nussach of Kidush for Leil Pesach


Ma Nishtano

Then we move to the Ma Nishtano, the kids songs.

CLICK HERE to hear Ma Nishtano    

CLICK HERE for a version by the Maccabeats

Avadim Hayinu

Then we move to Avodim Hayinu, the beginning of the Hagada.

CLICK HERE to hear Avodim Hayinu

Vehi Sheomdo

Next is one of the most famous Haggadah songs: Vehi Sheomdo, which is still so meaningful and relevant.

CLICK HERE to hear the traditional Vehi Sheomdo

CLICK HERE to hear the Vehi Sheomdo composed by Yonatan Razel.

CLICK HERE for a version by Mordi Shapiro



Then comes Dayeinu.

CLICK HERE to listen to Dayeinu and HERE for the Maccabeats version


Halel #1

At the end of the Haggadah we recite the first part of the Halel. Here are two uplifting Betzet Isroel songs.

CLICK HERE to hear a Israeli/Sfardi Beztet Isroel song

CLICK HERE to hear Betzes Isroel from Naftali Kempeh (a rising Israeli star)


Chasal Sidur Pesach

After Birkat Hamazaon and Halel we get to the song that announces the official end of the Seder: Chasal Sidur Pesach.

CLICK HERE to hear a most befitting Chasal from Abie Rotenberg 

CLICK HERE to hear the traditional Chasal song


Leshono Habo'o

Immediately after, we sing the prayer that kept the Jews hopeful throughout the diaspora: Leshono Habo'o.

CLICK HERE to hear Leshono from MBD

CLICK HERE to hear the traditional Leshono Habo'o

CLICK HERE for a Carlebach version

Then we move to the after Seder songs.

Adir Hu

First, we start with the Adir Hu song.

CLICK HERE to listen to Adir Hu from Carlebach

CLICK HERE for a Moroccan version

CLICK HERE to hear a Yekke version

Echod Mi Yode'a

Then we continue to Echod Mi Yode'a.

CLICK HERE to listen to the traditional Echod Mi Yode'a

Chad Gadya

And we finish with Chad Gadya.

CLICK HERE to hear an Israeli Chad Gadya 

CLICK HERE to hear a traditional Chad Gadya    

CLICK HERE to hear an intricate Chad Gadya from Cantor Moishe OysherHERE performed by Hazamir choir



CLICK HERE for a beautiful compilation of Pessach seder songs by Chassidic singers.

CLICK HERE for a Maccabeats medley

CLICK HERE for a nice medley of the Pssach songs.

CLICK HERE to hear the Six13 singing the Passover song [a cover to Usher's song]

CLICK HERE to hear Frank Sinatra's version to The Passover Seder Symbols Song

CLICK HERE  for an overview of Chassidic Pessach music and HERE for a playlist of a Yiddish Pessach music and HERE for a family Seder.

I hope you have enjoyed the journey, and it puts you in the right mood for the Seder!

Sun, June 23 2024 17 Sivan 5784
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