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HAVENIGA HAVA NAGILA LETS REJOICE - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2009
Pete Bax HAVENIGA Jew Jewish Israel dance wedding marriage. Wild exciting flowing soaring, stunning and sweet. Family, kids, big party and celebration. Vibrant charming, Judaic or Sephardic origins, the best known and beloved Israeli music. Abraham Zevi Idelsohn composer Pete Bax arranger, Instrumental, Middle East, Israel
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Middle East, Israel  
332742 1:23 Fast 150   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Haveniga Hava Nagila Lets Rejoice
Catalog ID: 332742  ISRC: US5UL0777417
Description: HAVENIGA Jew Jewish Israel dance wedding marriage. Wild exciting flowing soaring, stunning and sweet. Family, kids, big party and celebration. Vibrant charming, Judaic or Sephardic origins, the best known and beloved Israeli music. Abraham Zevi Idelsohn composer Pete Bax arranger

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Middle-East/Israeli-Music/Haveniga-Hava-Nagila-Lets-Rejoice/332742

Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: Traditional Tune Jewish Weddings' Music of Israeli, Jewish, Judaic romance cherish adore love honor marriage party rejoice

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Middle East Music
       Israeli music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:23   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 150
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Accordion, Drum Kit, Indigenous Strings, Mandolin, Double Bass
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bold, Booming, Bouncy, Bright, Celebratory, Cheerful, Dancing, Ecstatic, Frantic, Fun, Glorious, Good, Haunting, Hopeful, Lively, Motivational, Playful, Sincere, Uplifting, Vibrant

Styles: Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Kitsch, Romantic Drama, Romantic Epic, Soundscape, TV Instrumental, Wedding Ceremony, World Harmony, Worldbeat

Regions: Israel, USA

Extended Keywords: The melody was taken from an Ukrainian folk dance-song from Bukovina (a variant of Hora). It uses the Phrygian dominant scale, common in music of Romania and Western Ukraine. The commonly used text was probably composed by Abraham Zevi Idelsohn in 1918.



Transliteration Hebrew text English translation
Hava nagila הבה נגילה Let's rejoice
Hava nagila הבה נגילה Let's rejoice
Hava nagila ve-nismeḥa הבה נגילה ונשמחה Let's rejoice and be happy
(repeat stanza once)
Hava neranenah הבה נרננה Let's sing
Hava neranenah הבה נרננה Let's sing
Hava neranenah ve-nismeḥa הבה נרננה ונשמחה Let's sing and be happy
(repeat stanza once)
Uru, uru aḥim! ! עורו, עורו אחים Awake, awake, brothers!
Uru aḥim be-lev sameaḥ עורו אחים בלב שמח Awake brothers with a happy heart
(repeat line four times)
Uru aḥim, uru aḥim! ! עורו אחים, עורו אחים Awake, brothers, awake, brothers!
Be-lev sameaḥ בלב שמח With a happy heart


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