What’s the name of the niggun that is sung on Shabbos Auf Ruf, when bringing the chosson to shul?
I don’t know it’s a slow tune
Look up “di groise chasuneh” on Mostly Music, and listen to the sample of the first track.
Yup, that’s it.
At some point soon, there will be an App whereby you can hum or sing portions of a nigun into your Iphone and it will identify the names of several songs that you might be looking for (if such an App doesn’t exist already).
Google had such a feature in Beta once upon a time – search for a tune. It didn’t work too well for me because I only searched for Jewish stuff.
I think they just called it Bagleiten on the album. That might not be what it is really called. It might not even have a name – like some very old minhaggim songs, such as the tunes used for davening on Yomin Noraim and for Chassunahs. Or they may have descriptive names like “The alter Rebbe’s nigun for negel vasser.”
I asked my son, who is an expert on old and classical Jewish Music, and he identified the tune as “Bemotzoei Yom Gila”. He did not yet tell me where and when it’s from, probably because he is at work and busy right now.
I thought it was called , dai dai dai, aye aye aye
That album is the only source where that niggun is identified as Bagleiten. If you Google Bagleiten, a lot of different things come up. I think it means to say goodbye to someone.
Bagleiten means to accompany , the word levaya is also translated this way. On a happier note, an accompanist for a singer is called a bagleiter.
…. in your case, this tune is sung as people are bagleiting, or accompanying the chosson.
“What’s the name of the niggun that is sung on Shabbos Auf Ruf, when bringing the chosson to shul?”
Gehennom on the Wabash.