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SIMCHAT TORAH MUSIC

 

The Jewish cycle consists of many intensive moments and periods. However, every such time is completed with a happy and joyous ending. We end the dramatic prayer of Unsane Tokef with the joyous Ein Kitzva poem and we finish the Yom Kippur day with the wish and blessing of Leshono Habo'o Birushalayim. It is befitting that we end the Holiday season with Sukkot and Simchat Torah which is one of the happiest days on the Jewish calendar.

 

I bring you here some links to Simchat Torah music which will enhance the Mitzvah of ושמחת בחגך והיית אך שמח!

 

(Special thanks to my brother Dovi for helping with the compilation of the music.)

 

CLICK HERE for Sisu Vesimchu sung by Yehoram Gaon

CLICK HERE for Ki Mitzion by Carlebach

CLICK HERE for Ki Mitzion by Mike Burstein

CLICK HERE for a Torah Medley sung by Cantor Berson

CLICK HERE for Simchat Torah medley

CLICK HERE for Seu Sheorim by Louis Lawandowski

CLICK HERE for the traditional Seu Sheorim

CLICK HERE for Seu She'orim in Yeshivat Har Hamor

CLICK HERE for Emes Ato Hu

CLICK HERE for Torat Hashem Tmimo

CLICK HERE for Anachnu Maminim Bnei Maminim

CLICK HERE for Hakadosh Baruch Hu medley

CLICK HERE for Hinei Anochi

CLICK HERE for Ha'aderet Veha'emuna, and HERE for another version

CLICK HERE for Mipi El Yevorach Yisroel, a Sepharadic melody sung during Hakafot.

CLICK HERE for Avinu Malkeinu by Chaba"d

CLICK HERE for Chaba"d medley

CLICK HERE for Uvau Haovdim by Carlebach

CLICK HERE for second Hakafot in Chasidic Yerushalayim.

CLICK HERE for Moshe Emes

CLICK HERE for Ki Hirbeiso

CLICK HERE for Vehoer Eineinu by Carlebach

CLICK HERE for Melech Melech by MBD

CLICK HERE for Lulei Soroscho by Carlebach

CLICK HERE for Adir Hu + Moshe Emes by Cantor Helfgot and Isaac Perlman

CLICK HERE for Ein Od Milvado by Fried

CLICK HERE for Baruch Hu Elokeinu by Fried

CLICK HERE for Nigun Tzemach Tzedek

CLICK HERE for Kad Yasvun, a Yeshiva song and HERE for a second version by Benni Friedman

CLICK HERE for Torah Hakdosha Hischaneni by MBD

Thu, February 21 2019 16 Adar I 5779
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