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) 

Breslover songs from Rebbe Nachman and his followers, and from Uman 

Adir (Chaim Kramer)

A tremendous d'veikes nigun sung by Reb Chaim Kramer of the Breslov Research Institute.

A Breslov Chanukah Nigun

A nigun taken from Ma'oz Tzur, as sung by Berkeley's Richard Kaplan


A sample track from Rebbesoul and Sam Glaser's new album, Nigun.

Some Breslov Nigunim

The first is an upbeat waltz, while the second sits much lower in the kishkes.

Tzur Mishelo (Breslov)

This is a Breslov tune for the well known shabbat song. This "more feminine" version comes from Midreshet Bat Ayin.

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