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Hassidic Music Sampling 2022


This page offers a selection of Hassidic celebratory songs. Videos below are in chronological order with the most recent at the top. The purpose of this page is to inform and inspire.

Hachnosas Sefer Torah Event (9 Nov 2022)

“Hachnosas Sefer Torah in Bobov” — [Source]

״הבן יקיר לי״ — “My Dear Son” (31 Aug 2022)

Description available in Hebrew on YouTube post. [Source]

כל הזמרים במקום אחד — A Gathering of Singers (25 Aug 2022)

This video was posted to YouTube without a description. [Source]

Dancing at Dirshu Siyum Daf HaYomi B’Halacha, Trenton, New Jersey (7 Mar 2022)

The graduation in the USA is a special moment of excitement for the members of ultra-Orthodox Judaism in the USA, which in recent years has come together around studying the daily page of Halacha. [View on YouTube]

Shlomi Wertzberger (5 Jun 2021)

A further description of this video is available on YouTube as provided by Shlomi Wertzberger. [Source]

Dancing at The 13th Siyum HaShas of Daf Yomi, Global Event (1 Jan 2020)

Featuring R’ Baruch Levine, Shloime Gertner, Shloime Daskal
The Mezamrim Choir, Yingerlech- Led by Sheya Rosen [Source]

Thanksgiving Songs – Mordechai Gottlieb (31 Mar 2019)

Description available in Hebrew on YouTube. [Source]

“Shaare Shayim” (4 Sep 2018)

“And this time, Pinchas Bichler’s own composition – ‘Sha’ari Shamim’, performed by Zanville and members of the Royal Choir accompanied by a fire orchestra conducted and arranged by Yanki Landau and saxophonist David Heller.” [View on YouTube]

R’ Mordechay Gottlieb And Friends sings Carlebach (1 Sep 2018)

A description for this video is in Hebrew on the original YouTube post. — [Source]

“Oy Bashefer Rachamim” (17 Sep 2017)

“An unprecedented exciting production from the creative house of Meir Adler and the ‘Kings’ Choir conducted by Pinchas Bichler! “Oi Bashafar Rahamim”, that’s the name of the melody – a melody by Meir Adler, in his personal, rapturous presentation and accompanied by his captivating playing. The production of the Jewish Melody Empire – Royal Choir, conducted and produced by Pinchas Bichler.” [Source]

Torah Celebration (22 Feb 2017)

“Rabbat students of the Ataret Shlomo institutions under the presidency of Gershov Sorotskin of LITA gather for the honor of the Torah under the leadership of the great leaders and luminaries of the generation.” — [Source]

“Zochreinu Lechayim” — R’ Mordechai Gottlieb and Friends (25 Sep 2016)

Singer and musician R’ Mordechai Gottlieb and his friends released a song and a clip today specially for Rosh Hashana called Zochreinu Lechayim. The clip was filmed in his Yerushalayim courtyard. He has composed tens of special compositions over the past decade, and he will be releasing the best of them in a debut album within the next short time. Zevi Fried produced the song and recruited some of the best in the business to take part in the song, such as Eli Klein and Yitzy Berry, Yisrael Hershman for sound, Chazan Dova’le Haller and the Shilitz brothers, and Shimi Weitzlender. [Source]

Yomim Medley, Tel Aviv, Israel (24 Jan 2016)

Yomim Medley, Tel Aviv, Israel [Source]

Siyum Hashas – Daf Yomi Through The Decades (1 Aug 2012)

[Video Source]

There are a variety of celebratory events that incorporate music. One significant celebration is Siyum HaShas described in the documentary above, and the excerpts below from Wikipedia.

Description of Siyum HaShas from Wikipedia: “Siyum HaShas (Hebrew: סיום הש”ס, lit. “completion of the Six Orders [of the Talmud]”) is a celebration of the completion of the Daf Yomi (daily Talmud folio) program, a roughly seven-and-a-half-year cycle of learning the Oral Torah and its commentaries, in which each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud are covered in sequence – one page per day. The first Daf Yomi cycle began on the first day of Rosh Hashanah 5684 (11 September 1923); the thirteenth cycle concluded on 4 January 2020 and the fourteenth cycle began the following day, to be concluded on 7 June 2027.”

Description of Daf Yomi from Wikipedia: “Daf Yomi (Hebrew: דף יומי, Daf Yomi, “page of the day” or “daily folio”) is a daily regimen of learning the Oral Torah and its commentaries (also known as the Gemara), in which each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud is covered in sequence. A daf, or blatt in Yiddish, consists of both sides of the page. Under this regimen, the entire Talmud is completed, one day at a time, in a cycle of approximately seven and a half years. Tens of thousands of Jews worldwide study in the Daf Yomi program, and over 300,000 participate in the Siyum HaShas, an event celebrating the culmination of the cycle of learning. The Daf Yomi program has been credited with making Talmud study accessible to Jews who are not Torah scholars, contributing to Jewish continuity after the Holocaust, and having a unifying factor among Jews. Each day of the daily calendar, including Tisha B’Av, is included, and online audio versions of lectures are available.”


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Document History

  • 30 Nov 2022 at 11:18 PM CT. Document initially created and posted.

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