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  • #1822816
    Jzq
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    What is wrong with a non-Jewish instrumental or appropriate song

    #1822874
    ftresi
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    Nothing.

    #1822919
    Whatsaktome
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    When you listen to music it affects your soul and connects your soul to that of the composer and what he was feeling etc. when composing the song

    #1823209
    The Frumguy
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    I heard that Rav Noach Weinberg ZT”L told one of “his boys” who said it was difficult for him to give up secular music, that it’s not such an “avlah” to listen if that’s the only thing preventing him from becoming frum.

    #1823728
    banjobob
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    nothing

    #1824240
    Jzq
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    What about the classical music of the banjo bob

    #1824253
    👑RebYidd23
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    Whatsaktome, that can be interpreted as a reason to listen to any good music regardless of whether or not it is Jewish.

    #1826003
    som1
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    what makes you think somethings wrong with the music

    #1826206
    chulentinmymouth
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    I have done much extensive research on this important and concerning issue. instrumental music made by goyim usually contains disgusting, putrid musical notes of the “Zadar Sea Organ” -a horrifying instrument famous for its use in the Avodah Zarah music industry during the early first temple period. Exposing yourself to such an obvious source of zionist tumah is just asking for trouble. I think we can all agree that in the future you should keep your taivah filled ears away from the temptations of this meshugas. I hope it’s not too late for you to keep yourself from falling deeper into this perverted world of sin.
    Kol Tuv and good luck

    #1826246
    Jzq
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    So the piano is forbidden because the organ has the same keyboard

    #1826542
    som1
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    yeh you use piano?? goy

    LOL

    #1826639
    Reb Eliezer
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    There is a story where the Kalever heard a peasant was singing a song as he liked the tune, he bought it from the peasant and he changed the words known as the hungarian holy song The rooster crows alredy. Once he bought it from him, the pesaant forgot the song.

    #1826975
    Jzq
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    No the alto sax

    #1827365
    Sam Klein
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    The ruach/spirit of the song affects your neshama. This is why today’s new rocken Jewish song’s are not good to listen to. Cause they come directly from the goyim with just changing the words to Hebrew and it affects your neshama.

    #1827394
    Reb Eliezer
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    Sam Klein, we can be mekadesh certain nigunim. In our chasiddish shul, we sing a hungarian compsed nigun by Kalman Imre as a part of an operetta The Gypsy Queen, for one of the most important tefilos on Yom Kippur by shacharis אתה הוא ה’ אלקינו.

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