The Baal Shem Tov, or Besht —  the founder of Chasidism — 
met the soul of the Messiah during an ascent to heaven. 
The Besht asked him, "When will the Master come?" 
The Messiah answered, "When your wellsprings break forth to the outside!" 
(from a letter written by the Besht to his brother-in-law about one of his soul ascents) 

Tisch – Table

songs for group singing, around a table, or anytime
lighter songs and simpler deveikut songs

Ein Arokh L'kha (Efes Bilt'kha)

A soulful nigun for Ein K'erk'kha...V'ein Zulat'kha...Efes Bilt'kha...V'ein Domeh L'kha. Listen for the high point of this nigun at Moshi'einu, our Saviour.

Moshiach Nigun

A gentle song popularized by Dovid Zeller.

Ashrei Ha'am

An easily learned Karliner nigun for the second line of Ashrei.

B'tseis Yisroel

A nigun for the second Psalm of Hallel, B'tseit Yisrael, "When Israel went out of Egypt..."

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