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Here are things that are forbidden during the 3 weeks. If an Ashkenazi got married the evening of the 3 weeks before Shkiyah (which is similar to another question on this site), can the music continue playing after Shkiya for the duration of the wedding? Do we say that since the music started when permissible, one can finish or once Shkiya comes & brings the Issur of playing music with it, the music must cease?

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  • @shalom the answers there don't address this aspect though. Probably it should be edited out of that wuestion post – Double AA Jul 11 '17 at 12:33
  • Earl, of course it's permitted to play the music, just like eating meat at a Siyum! This is Simchat Mitzva of the highest caliber – Double AA Jul 11 '17 at 12:39
  • @DoubleAA Is that true? If one makes a Siyum during the Three Weeks, can they play music? I was under the impression that it was only eating meat that was permitted during the Nine Days, and not that all the Hilchos Aveilus get suspended for a Seudas Mitzvah (if all the Hilchos Aveilus got suspended for a Seudas Mitzvah, then what would be the problem of getting married during the Three Weeks at all?). Also, do we consider the music a "continuation", like we do for food? Food has a defined start and end (the before and after Brachos), maybe each note of music is its' own issue. – Salmononius2 Jul 11 '17 at 13:34
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    This is a very subtle nuanced difference from the proposed dupe - one asks about making the wedding lechatchilah, while this one asks about continuing the music once the wedding is ongoing, regardless of the answer to that one. I'm voting not a dupe. – DonielF Jul 13 '17 at 4:58

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