The boys of Cheder Chabad Toronto, led by teacher Rabbi Moshe Weinfeld, performed a heartful nigun on the words of ‘Adon Olam’ composed by ba’al menagen R’ Eliyau Rivkin a”h from Kfar Chabad.
The boys of Cheder Chabad Toronto, led by teacher Rabbi Moshe Weinfeld, performed a heartful nigun on the words of ‘Adon Olam’ composed by ba’al menagen R’ Eliyau Rivkin a”h.
R’ Eliyahu was a mechanech, and later the owner of esrog orchards in Kfar Chabad. He was a renowned ba’al menagen who knew hundreds of Chabad niggunin that he had heard from his grandfather, including many that were not well known among chassidim.
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Composed By: R’ Eliyahu Rivkin a”h
Music: Moishy Goldstein – MusicStudioNYC.com
Recording and Mixing: Eli Woznica
Choir Arrangements: Moshe Weinfeld
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This is awesome. Where can other nigunim of his be found in any form?
Beautiful arrangements! Sounds like the style from 50 years ago, real, authentic, without shtik!
Was this nigun composed by Rabbi Rivkin, or he just taught it?
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