In honor of Pesach, pianist Yonatan Glasomitsky has just released a stirring rendition of the Chabad Niggun Tal Yasis, which was sung in Lubavitch during Pesach.
In honor of Pesach, pianist Yonatan Glasomitsky has just released a new solo piano version of the Chabad Niggun Tal Yasis, on the prayer for dew, recited during Pesach.
This Chassidic cantorial song was composed by Reb Avraham Charitonov, of Nikolayev Russia, and was sung in Lubavitch during Pesach, 5659.
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*Correction: the niggun played here is the Nusach from Reb Aharon Charitonov the son of Reb Avraham. The last fal (stanza) of both nuschaos are the same though. You can see both nuschaos on nichoach and haichal negina. (SEE HERE: https://www.chassidus.com/audio/nigun/11-09-Tal-Yasis-from-Reb-Avrohom-Reb-Aharon-Charitonow-Heichal-Neginah.mp3)