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The foundation of the prohibition is in order not to add extra happiness during this time of mourning. The source is from the Magen Avraham that prohibits dancing, and the Aruch Hashulchan learns out that if dancing is prohibited for sure music. Also learnt from Pri Megadim on Magen Avraham סי' תקנא ס"ק י Aruch Hashulchan: ומותר לעשות סעודה, אך לא ...


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I have not encountered melodies like this, but perhaps you could provide a link to such a melody or an audio recording, as compared with other melodies to demonstrate it. Your comment elaborating the meaning of "there is no daylight between us Jews and God" was to the effect of "no one can come between us". This answer might not work with ...


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Pri Megadim (Mishbitzos Zahav) Siman 493 S"K 2 writes based on the Magen Avraham that one should stop already by Chol Hamoed: "ריקודן ומחולות יש לאסור בחול המועד פסח"


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