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Nigun (Heb.: ‘melody’; pl. nigunimlocked

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In the liturgical music of the Ashkenazi Jews, an early form of centonized chant, also known as nusa. Among the East European Ḥasidic Jews, the term refers to a type of vocal music, often sung to nonsense syllables and accompanied by dancing, of which one of the important forms is the ...

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