In honor of the upcoming shloshim of Reb Yoel Kahn, Chabad singer R’ Aharon Fruchtman recorded a favorite niggun of R’ Yoel which he often sang at his farbrengens in 770.
In honor of the upcoming shloshim of Reb Yoel Kahn, Chabad singer R’ Aharon Fruchtman recorded a favorite niggun of R’ Yoel which he sang at his farbrengens in 770.
“People usually speak about Reb Yoel’s brilliance or his outstanding ability to explain complex ideas, but at the same time, people should know about his chush hanegina, both in terms of accuracy and in terms of hergesh,” says Aharon, who was privileged to be a close student of R’ Yoel.
“The niggun is presented in the same way and the original rhythm as I would hear him sing at farbrengens,” Aharon adds.
The niggun was composed by Reb Berel Moshe’s, who was a chossid of the Rebbe Maharash who hailed from the city of Kremenchog, known for its great Chassidim and baalei menagnim.
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