“Hava Nagila” Traditional Hebrew Folk Song

“Let us rejoice” proclaims Hava Nagila. While Elizabeth Jean is not short of reasons to heed this message, her crew added yet another in late April when we flew from Nassau to Washington D.C. to celebrate our niece Sophie’s Bat Mitzvah.

Sophie, enjoying the traditional chair dance.  Her father Neil is supporting his daughter (and the chair) in the picture’s far left.  Kate, Sophie’s mom, is smiling brightly to the chair’s right.

Neil taking his turn in the chair.

For a rousing chorus of Hava Nagila, by Bahamas’ native son Harry Belafonte and Danny Kay click the link below.

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  1. Elena

    I love this song!

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