This beautiful MP3 downloadable music file the Hanukkah story with candle blessings and 10 favorite songs. Words to all songs are included. Please note: there is no printed book.
A young people's chorus performs traditional melodies like O Hanukkah and Ma'oz Tzur, plus four original songs. The dozen festive songs are a great way for children to connect to the joy and meaning of Hanukkah.
Performed by Francis T. Goldman and young friends
Produced by Mason Stevens
1. The Story of Hanukkah
2. O Hanukkah
3. Candle Blessings
4. Ma’Oz Tzur
5. Mattathias Bold
6. Who Can Retell?
7. Chanukah, Chanukah
8. Shine Little Candles
9. Oco Kandelikas
10. Dreidel Song
11. Light One Candle
Downloadable PDF includes lyrics to songs.
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