dance songs, generally faster and shorter nigunim
A Chabad nigun for the Rosh Hashanah greeting, suitable for ecstatic circle dancing at the end of Rosh Hashanah musaf and other Hi-Ho services.
One of the simpler Karliner nigunim, wonderful for table singing and dancing
A dance nigun to replace the tune most folks know for "V'hi She'amdah".
Too much Christmas music? Listen to this...
The simple side-together-side-together step while moving forward, aka "the yeshiva shuffle".
This nigun is sung for hours on the second night of Pesach after counting the Omer for the first time in the Stolner shul in Brooklyn. It's also a great nigun for any kind of dancing, and for any time you count the Omer!
Six recordings based on Yakar, Reb Shlomo, Skolyer (two traditional and one adapted) and Reb Zalman (Ryzhin). For counting the Omer, Kabbalat Shabbat, Chanukah, etc.
Ana BeKhoach text, pdf, how it's used, etc. are here.