Caption: The Witches of Lublin
The Witches of Lublin 

05 Lubliner Nign

From: Sue Zizza
Series: Music from The Witches of Lublin
Length: 03:16

At the Sabbath table on a Friday evening, the Khasidim of Eastern Europe sang tish nigunim, “table songs” praising God . . . seeking to get closer to the Divine through joyous singing. Before dinner, after dinner, when the wine flowed and the prayers were recited . . . their ecstatic singing brought them closer to the world to come as can be heard when the rabies sing this song in The “Witches of Lublin.” Read the full description.

Cdcover_small At the Sabbath table on a Friday evening, the Khasidim of Eastern Europe sang tish nigunim, “table songs” praising God . . . seeking to get closer to the Divine through joyous singing. Before dinner, after dinner, when the wine flowed and the prayers were recited . . . their ecstatic singing brought them closer to the world to come as can be heard when the rabies sing this song in The “Witches of Lublin.”

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