shenichnas Adar marbim b'simchah"
"When (the month of) Adar begins, joy increases"
Every page has a direct link to the Hebrew words of the song even if it has not yet been transliterated or translated.
|Leitsan Katan Nechmad
|Chag Purim (2)
|Chag Purim Higi'a
|Chag Purim Hineh Ba
|Chag Purim Sheli
|Hara'ashan - The Noisemaker
|Hava netzeh bimachol
|Hayom Purim Lanu
|Yom Tov Lanu
|Other Purim songs on Hebrew Songs.com
|Yiddish - A Lid Lichvod Purim
|LINKS TO PURIM SONG WEBSITES
the Hebrew University National Sound Archive
Purim page - Includes songs, readings from the Megillah and more
|The Keshernet website songsheets
|Songs include: Blessings - Chag Purim - Haynt Iz Purim
Oy Oy Uncle Mordechai - Utzu Eitza, plus a variety of Purim 'spoof' songs in English
|Chagim.org More Purim song words in Hebrew
|Aish Hatorah Purim Songs
|Listen to audio clips including : MisheNichnas Adar--Shoshanat Ya'akov--Chag Purim---
|Kacha Yeyaseh--Al Hanisim--Venahafoch Hu--Layehudim Hayta Orah--U Mordechai Yatsa
|Chayav Inish--Utzu Eitzah-
About or relating to Purim
|Ani Purim - Chag Purim
See the different versions on the israelidances.com database Purim search
|Hava Netzeh Bemachol
|Some dances on this list include suggestions from the Rikud chat list which we attribute with thanks.
The dance and music pertain to the first line of the special prayer recited on Purim or Hanukkah.
The body of the prayer has differentiation to specifically address Purim or Channukah, but except for the references to the particular holiday (2-4 lines of a 15+ line prayer), the rest of the text of the prayer is identical. Included in both Birkat Hamazon and daily/Shabbat liturgy (only Hannukah can fall on Shabbat).
|Many thanks to Mickey, Barbara, Michael, Steve, from the Rikud Chat list for this suggestion.
| Chapter 1, v 7 of the book of Esther shows that her name is Hadassah:
"And he had brought up Hadassah, that is Esther"
Ahavat Hadassah - Eliyahu Gamliel
Ahavat Hadassah #2 - Rivka Sturman
Hadassah Esther - Shmulik Gov Ari
|Since Purim took place in Shushan, between the Tigris and Eurphrates
there is the dance: Bein Nehar Prat Vechidekel - by Yankele Levy
|Many thanks to Gary Fox from the Rikud Chat list for these suggestions
The Purim tradition in my session on Long Island (in addition to Al Hanissim) is the line dance to Siman She'ata Tzair (Eliyahu Gamliel 1979).
|Many thanks to Honey Goldfein from the Rikud Chat list for these suggestions
|For general websites relating to Purim, go to the PURIM page on Jewish World Life.com
|Special thanks to George Jakubovits of Toronto Canada for preparing all the links for this page.