The Last Passover Songbook You’ll Ever Need

Illustrated sheet music by Sara Lautman

The Last Passover Songbook You’ll Ever Need

Electric Lit relies on contributions from our readers to help make literature more exciting, relevant, and inclusive. Please support our work by becoming a member today, or making a one-time donation here.
.
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.)

More Like This

The Bear That Stole My Identity

"If I Had a 3D Printer" and "The Charming Bear," two poems by Gary Leising

Jul 6 - Gary Leising

Everybody Ejaculates

"Climactic Literature," a literary supercut by Tom Comitta

Jun 29 - Tom Comitta

9 Books About Misfits and Weirdos

Anna Cox recommends stories that turn normalcy on its head

Jun 23 - Anna Cox
Thank You!