Ki Anu Amecha Instrumental - כי אנו עמך אינסטרומנטלי

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 AVIGDOR ZEITLIN   

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Arrangements, Acoustic Lead and Rhythm Guitars, Irish Fife, Bass Guitar, Percussion track programming by Avigdor Zeitlin.

עיבוד מוזיקלי,....

Arrangements, Acoustic Lead and Rhythm Guitars, Irish Fife, Bass Guitar, Percussion track programming by Avigdor Zeitlin.

עיבוד מוזיקלי, גיטרה אקוסטית סולו, גיטרה אקוסטית קצב, חליל אירי, גיטרה בס, תכנות ערוץ כלי הקשה, ע״י אביגדור צייטלין.

מילות השיר מתפילת יום הכיפורים:

כי אנו עמך ואתה א-לקינו, אנו בניך ואתה אבינו.
אנו עבדיך ואתה אדוננו, אנו קהליך ואתה חלקינו.



Original lyrics in Hebrew, from the prayer of Yom Kippur

Translation:

For we are Your people and You are our God;
we are Your children and You are our father.

We are Your servant and You are our Master;
we are Your congregation and You are our portion.


This poignant Niggun is composed of only one continuously repeated stanza. While teaching this Niggun on Simchat Torah of 5724 [1963], after Hakafot, the Rebbe explained:

“I heard this Niggun from an elderly Chassid, who was quietly humming this melody while reciting Ki Anu Amecha during the Yom Kippur prayers. Upon the conclusion of the fast, he broke out into a lively dance, fervently singing this Niggun again and again.

“It's melancholy tones characterize this melody as a song of Teshuva, and hence it is not resolved in a conventional musical ending. This is symbolic of the true concept of Teshuva. One must never be content with his current position, but must relentlessly aspire to achieve a deeper and more sincere level of Divine service. The Niggun, therefore, reflects the inexorable tenacity of one who refuses to be intimidated by world opinion or even Heavenly decree.

“He is not discouraged by the memory of how and what he used to be. In a sense, it is like someone escaping from a raging fire. Nothing else concerns him other than his determination to emerge safely from the fire. So too, the Baal Teshuva knows only one thing: he must cleave to G-d with all his heart for ‘We are your people and You are our G-D’”.


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