Rosh Chodesh Kislev Nigun 

For the first time since suffering a major heart attack five weeks earlier, on the eve of Shemini Atzeret 1977, the Rebbe left his office in 770 Eastern Parkway and returned to his home, signaling his recovery. Chassidim all over rejoiced at the good news.

From that day on, the Rebbe redoubled his efforts on behalf of the Jewish nation and all of humanity, and for the dissemination of Torah and chassidism. From then on, the first of Kislev is celebrated as a day of thanksgiving and rejoicing.


This Nigun was composed at the time and it captures the great joy experienced by the Chassidim thanks to the Rebbe's recovery.

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