The Last Passover Songbook You’ll Ever Need

Illustrated sheet music by Sara Lautman

The Last Passover Songbook You’ll Ever Need

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Eliyahu Hanavi: Magisterial, melancholy. Singers should can environment for environmental changes. Anyone, at any point, may point to a pet and shout "Elijah!"
Daneyu: Triumphantly, with increasing torpor (or mania, according to regional variation.)
Mah nischtano, alter Nigun aus Westpreuben: Slowly, woodenly, with building irascibility.
Avadim Hayinu: Happy, angrily. Energy increases, ending in jubilance, rage.
Kiddush: Briskly, everyone signing different melodies at the same time. Male elders may add extra membling (opt.)

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