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  1. "Hava Nagila" (Hebrew: הבה נגילה, "Let us rejoice") is an Israeli folk song traditionally sung at Jewish celebrations. It is perhaps the first modern Israeli folk song in the Hebrew language that has become a staple of band performers at Jewish weddings and bar/bat mitzvah celebrations.
  2. Hava nagila, hava nagila Hava nagila ve-nis'mecha Repeat Hava neranena, hava neranena Hava neranena venis'mecha Uru, uru achim Uru achim belev same'ach: Let us rejoice, let us rejoice Let us rejoice and be glad Repeat Let us sing, let us sing Let us sing and be glad Awaken, awaken brethren Awaken brethren with a cheerful heart.
  3. Hava Nagila (The Movie) is a documentary romp through the history, mystery and meaning of the great Jewish standard. Featuring interviews with Harry Belafonte, Leonard Nimoy, Connie Francis, Glen Campbell, Regina Spektor and more, the film follows the ubiquitous party song on its fascinating journey from the shtetls of Eastern Europe to the.
  4. HAVA NAGILA is on HebrewSongs. Search Hebrew Songs for all your favourite songs. Hebrew songs transliterated and translated into English as well as Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and other languages, by volunteers worldwide.
  5. Hava Nagila and the Hora. Hava Nagila has functioned well as a song alone, played at various social events such as parties, bar and bat mitzvahs, and other community events both Jewish and Gentile. Over the years, starting in Israel, a particular kind of dance called the .
  6. "Hava Nagila," meaning "Let Us Rejoice," is perhaps the best known Jewish folk song and is a staple for bands playing at Jewish festivals. The melody was taken from a Ukrainian folk song. The lyrics were probably written by Abraham Zvi Idelsohn in to celebrate the British victory in Palestine during World War I as well as the Balfour.
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  8. "Hava Nagila" or "Let us rejoice" is a Jewish traditional folk song in Hebrew, that has become a staple of band performers at Jewish weddings and Bar/Bat Mitzvahs. Score Key: G minor (Sounding Pitch) (View more G minor Music for Violin).

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