For words in Hebrew and English for this song, go here:
One of the Passover/Pesach Songs, sung during the first and second Seder.
All chants of the Seder, the first (and second) night of the Passover/Pesach are
sung in a rather mantic manner and every phrase is repeated many times.
Here’s one youtube video singing it:
Videos showing the dance:
This is the music and steps we usually dance to:
This shows information about the choreographer and music:
This year we actually danced it on the first night of Passover.
The Seder feast is held on the first two nights of Passover (just the first night in Israel), after nightfall. Here are the dates of the Seder for the upcoming years:
2017: April 10-11
2018: March 30-31
2019: April 19-20
2020: April 8-9
Here’s a different version:
… et en francais, teaching the folk dance above: