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  1. What Do You Say on Hanukkah? Songs, Quotes and Prayers for ...

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    As is the case with other Jewish holidays, blessings change depending on the holiday's specific night. On the first night of Hanukkah, a third prayer is said, "Baruch atah adonai eloheinu melech ...

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  2. Hanukkah Blessings Third Night - Akhlah

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    Hanukkah Blessings Third Night Place the candles in the menorah. The Shamash, plus three candles in the right positions -- and light the left one first. Use the Shamash to light the candle. To best publicize the miracle, the Menorah is ideally lit outside the doorway of your house, on the left side...

  3. Hanukkah music - Wikipedia

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    Hanukkah blessings. There are three Hanukkah blessings (Modern Hebrew: בְּרָכוֹת לֵחֲנֻכָּה Berakhot Laḥanukka, Lit: Hanukkah blessings) that are sung for lighting the candles of the menorah. The third blessing (shehecheyanu) is only sung on the first night. After the two or three blessings are sung, Hanerot Halalu is chanted. The following blessings are transliterated according to proper Modern Hebrew.

  4. 3rd grade Hanukkah songs, NEW version - YouTube

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    Nov 13, 2019 · Hanukkah oh Hanukkah - a Pentatonix-style music video mashup from Jewish a cappella group Shir Soul - Duration: 2:36. Shir Soul Music 486,376 views

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  5. Hanukkah Songs to Celebrate the Holiday

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    May 03, 2019 · Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah "Hanukkah, Oh Hannukka" (also known as "Oh Chanukh") is the English version of a traditional Yiddish song known as "Oy Chanukah." Authorship of the words has long-since been lost, but different classical composers have made use of the basic melody, including Hirsch Kopy and Joseph Achront.

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  7. Essential Hanukkah Songs - Learn Religions

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    Nov 18, 2019 · These songs are deeply-seated in the Torah and tradition, but many have evolved to have important modern meanings and tunes. For Hanukkah, there are two major songs that are sung right after the lighting of each night's candles: Maoz Tzur and Hanerot Halalu.

  8. This is special information on the third day of Chanukah ...

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    Tonight is the third night of Chanukah. We light three candles and say two Blessings after dark. This is Erev Yom Shishi {27-09-5768}. First we light the server candle {The Shamis Candle} in the center to use as a lighter for our third, second and first candles or the far right.

  9. Hanukkah Prayers And Blessings | JewBelong

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    First line: Traditionally, on the first night of Hanukkah, you read the Blessing Over The Hanukkah Candles, Blessing For Hanukkah, and Shehecheyanu. Last line: Add a little interest by making bets on which candles will burn out first and last…

  10. Hanukkah Blessings | Reform Judaism

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    The newest candle is lit first. (On the Shabbat of Hanukkah, kindle the Hanukkah lights first and then the Shabbat candles.) Light the shamash (the helper candle) first, using it to kindle the rest of the Hanukkah lights. As you do, say or sing: Download a printable version of the Hanukkah blessings.

  11. Blessings on the Menorah - Chanukah - Hanukkah

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    In general, the blessing is supposed to precede the performance of the Mitzvah. Therefore the blessing of Lehadlik is always recited before kindling the Chanukah lights. Most have the custom to wait with the lighting until all the blessings have been recited, though some do light immediately after the first blessing.