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The Melody of the Schach

Rabbi Ginsburgh composed this melody on 12 Tishrei 5779 (2019). The Rav went to rest a bit before beginning to build his sukkah. When he got up, he discovered that the entire sukkah had already been built. But the builders had left the schach (the leaves for the roof) for the Rav to put on the sukkah. He was so happy, that this melody was born and called “The Melody of the Schach.”

From the Ne’imot Biyimincha Project

Violin -Mordechai Brodsky

Cello – Doron Toister

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