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M’nucha V’simcha

This zemer, meaning ‘Rest and joy’ first appeared in print in 1545. It lauds the rewards awaiting those who observe the Sabbath. The acrostic of the first three stanzas gives us the name of the composer, Moshe, but nothing else is known about the song’s origins.

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M’nucha V’simcha - by Vivienne Bellos
 
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M’nucha V’simcha - by Rabbi Mark Solomon
 
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