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Name: Hedva,(Hedva Amrani Danoff)
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Title: Hava Nagila (Nathanson) -- הבה נגילה
Also known as: Kene Hora (Hava Nagila)
Also known as: Living With the H Tune
Author: Nathanson, Moshe
Song Comment: See Page 130 for extended info on the song
Origin: Coopersmith NJS 111/Nath 15/Alb S-033(a)/Alb Z-013(a)/Alb N-014(a)
Transliteration: Alb N-014(a)/Coopersmith NJS 111/Alb N-014(b)/Alb S-033(a)/Alb K-007(a)
Translation: Coopersmith NJS 111/Alb S-033(a)/Alb Z-013(a)/Alb N-014(b)/Alb B-032(a)
Music: Coopersmith NJS 111/Nath 15/Pasternak BHN 130/Metro Scher 15
Additional song notes: Originally Chassidic Sadigurer (Bukovina, Poland) nigun. Text -
claimed by Idelsohn, but text usually attributed to Moshe -
Nathanson. See Pasternak's "Beyond Hava Nagila" p 130: Nulman, p -
Related information in folder 832:
On album: H-019(a) (Hedva The Voice of Israel)
- Comments: 1. 10/26/2007 Article by Leah Hochbaum Rosner in English Forward, Oct. 26, 2007, titled "Singing 'Happy Birthday' to 'Hava Nagila' as Party Classic nears 100".
2. 8/28/2008 Article published on the internet as of August 28, 2008 by James Loeffler titled "Hava Nagila's Long, Strange Trip: The unlikely history of a Hasidic melody.
3. 7/20/212 Article from the Forward of July 20, 2012 by Renee Ghert-Zand titled "From Ukraine to You Tube: How 'Hava Nagila' Became a Global Hit"
4. 2/24/2017 Article from Wikipedia as of February 24, 2017 titled Hava Nagila
Track ID: 6216
Vocal Hedva,(Hedva Amrani Danoff)
Arranger David, Toby A.
Keyboard Peery, Eldad
First line: Hava nagila, venismekha. hava neranena, venismakha. Uru...
First line (Hebrew):הבה נגילה ושׂמחה. הבה נרננה, ונשׂמחה. עורוּ אחים בּלב שׂמח.
Track comment: Originally Sadgora (from Bukovina) melody - Nulman 102