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L'shana Haba'a
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Total Playing Time: 2:00 (mm:ss)   Original Key: D Major

Item Description: This song is sung at the end of the Passover seder. The lyric is the last line of the Haggadah, and means, "Next year in Jerusalem!" The energetic world music groove reflects the varied Jewish communities around the globe who still speak of coming home to Jerusalem. The arrangement features percussion from Egypt, Iraq, and India, as well as the Turksih saz, Indonesian gamelan, alto flute, a full string sectopm, upright bass, and electric piano.

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L'shana haba'a, l'shana haba'a, l'shana haba'a birushalayim.