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Was there a song about the year 5773 being special?

I recall as a kid hearing a tape with some song that went, "in the year tav-shin-ayin-gimel..." [5773], does that ring any bells? What was supposed to be special about that year?
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Online resources for traditional Ashkenazi Rosh Hashana melodies?

I received a request for help this afternoon and it's already Shabbat in the requester's time zone, so I'm asking on her behalf. A small community has just lost their Rosh Hashana sh'liach tzibbur ...
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Lulei Sorascha (song)

What are the words and the source of the Shlomo Carlebach song, "Lulei Sorascha (Without Your Torah)"? I feel that I must have encountered this verse in Tehillim (which I believe is where it comes ...
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What to do when tisha b'av is nidcheh (this year)? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Do the customs in regards to Yud Av apply to Yud-Aleph Av on a year when the fast is pushed off? If tisha b'av is nidcheh like it is this year when are you allowed to: 1 ...
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Recording music from radio

When I was a kid, I used to enjoy recording music from Jewish radio programs onto cassette tapes (remember those?). Nowadays the process is much easier, as many portable music players include an FM ...
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Kids listening to music in sefira: what age

At which age should children be trained not to listen to music during sefira.
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Bells on Sefer Torah

If musical instruments are forbidden on shabbat why do we adorn the crown of a (ashkenazik) sefer torah with bells?
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Is one allowed to listen to music during Pesach? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Sefira Restrictions During Chol Hamoed Pesach One of the reasons given to pushing off the Aveilus period until after Rosh Chodesh Iyar is because one should avoid ...
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Source online for the melody of “yetziv pisgom” said in the Haftorah for second day Shavous

Please can someone direct me to a source on-line for the melody of "yetziv pisgom" said in the Haftorah for second day Shavous?
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May musicians practice their instruments during Sefirah?

Although one should not listen to music during Sefirah, may musicians practice their instruments during this time? Would it matter if their livelihood is or is not dependent on their musical talent ...
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Music on Rosh Chodesh Iyar?

1) Are you allowed to listen to Music on Rosh Chodesh Iyar? 1a) Does your individual Sefirah status matter such as the first half, second half or both?
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Jewish tunes similar to non-Jewish ones

What are some examples of a traditional Jewish song that bears a strong similarity to a non-Jewish melody? (I am wording this question carefully to exclude recent Jewish take-offs of secular music; ...
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Who wrote Aleh Katan by Avraham Fried? [closed]

There is a (in my opinion) beautiful song by Avraham Fried called Aleh Katan. Does anyone know who composed this song? Is it Yishai Lapitdot? It seems like he said his name here: ...
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Chance of revival of The Mishna Project? [closed]

The (now defunct) Mishna Project was a startup band that set Mishnayoth to music in an attempt to make learning Mishnah more accessible. I have their first album (which I highly recommend, if you can ...
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Music at Seduas Achashverosh

Why was there no music at the Meal which Acshverosh made?
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Music on Tannis Esther

Can you listen to music on Tannis Esther? (are haircuts allowed? it was asked but I want to know if Tannis esther is different as it seems to be Less of a fast?)
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Secular Concerts in a Shul?

Here's a softball. :) Does the Seridei Eish, HaRav Yechiel Yaakov Weinberg zt"l permit the performance of a secular concert in a synagogue?