Tuesday, 24 April 2018
Pirke Avot Third Perek פרקי אבות פרק שלישי
*Note, on the last Mishna some versions have the Tanna as Rabbi Elazar, not Rabbi Eliezer.
(words read using the siddur Patah Eliyahou)
Arguably the nicest tune for Kedusha out there. Made famous by R' Haim Louk. Enjoy!
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