September 16, 2013 8:57 pm at 8:57 pm #610664tzaddiqMember
can we put together a long list of geshmakeh songs and niggunim to use during this yom tov? please specify the singer and/or composer along with the words so we know which one you’re referring toSeptember 16, 2013 9:15 pm at 9:15 pm #975486Burnt SteakParticipant
Sukkot nights by shlock rock is the only one I can think of right now.September 16, 2013 9:34 pm at 9:34 pm #975487yeshivaguy45Participant
Harachaman Hu Yakim Lanu (No idea who sings it it’s a famous niggun)
Vesamachta Bechagecha (also no idea who sings it but a famous niggun)
Ata Bechartanu (Avraham Fried)
Yaleh veyavo -but that’s not lively (I think Miami Boys Choir)September 16, 2013 11:07 pm at 11:07 pm #975488ChortkovParticipant
Harachaman Hu Yakim Lanu (No idea who sings it it’s a famous niggun) Shlomo Carlebach.
Vesamachta Bechagecha (also no idea who sings it but a famous niggun) Dunno who composed it, but Avraham Fried sings it as well.
Yaleh Veyavo is indeed a Miami hit.
There is also the whole of Halel to sing – and you can, like in shuls, put differet tunes to different parts of Hallel – it is a lot of fun, and you get to choose any style song you want, really.September 17, 2013 12:17 am at 12:17 am #975489SaysMeMember
can females sing in a sukka if the neighbours can hear? Might hear? Know who you are? Wont know who is singing? Makes no difference, always assur?September 17, 2013 12:41 am at 12:41 am #975490Torah613TorahParticipant
I have always sung in the Sukkah. We’re the only sukkah on the block, and some hold it’s okay if you can’t identify individual voices.
I wouldn’t feel comfortable if there was a sukkah right nearby with men who could hear.September 17, 2013 3:56 pm at 3:56 pm #975491sharpMember
Shivti B’veis Hashem
We want Mashiach now
Kulam Ahuvim (MBD)
Vesamachta BechagechaSeptember 17, 2013 4:55 pm at 4:55 pm #975492truthsharerMember
The Sridei Aish ruled, when a rav asked him about ladies singing in shul where they could be heard, that it is permissable for two reasons:
1) Three voices, so it’s not Kol Isha.
2) Divrei Kedusha we are not chosesh for hirhurim.September 17, 2013 8:17 pm at 8:17 pm #975493BaalHaboozeParticipant
You can sing any “mimkomcha”,
many fast niggunim out there (chassidish march songs, Lubavitcher niggunim, or even classic Simchas Torah niggunim)
and of course Hallel songs
V’Taher LibeinuSeptember 18, 2013 1:01 am at 1:01 am #975494writersoulParticipant
Baal Habooze: Oh, you mention Mimkomcha- it reminds me of a funny story last year Sukkos when my whole extended family was at my Sukkah and some one suggested that they sing Mimkomcha- immediately, three different people began three different tunes :).
Whatever zemiros you usually sing will probably work. A bit of alcohol will probably suggest one or two to you 🙂 (I think I’ve been hanging around my cousins too long…).
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