Hassidic tunes of dancing and rejoicing.
Hajdu, André recordistMusic Recording
תפילת נעילה חלק א .[הקלטת שמע]
תפלת נעילה חלק א [הקלטת שמע]
ירושלים : נועם הפקות
Musical traditions (Jewish), Ashkenazi, Eastern-European
צד א: אשרי -- חצי קדיש -- אבות -- גש לחלותך -- גבורות -- שמע נא -- חמול.
צד ב: ובכן תן כבוד -- פתח לנו שער -- בצילך שבת שבים -- הקימנו באור פניך -- ידך פשוט -- זכור ברית אגברהם -- ה' ה'.
מסורת: אשכנזים :מזרח / ישראל
1 קלטת : אנלוגי..
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