Meir Simcha Rubashkin
Son of Sholom Mordechai and activist for his freedom
The Chabad niggun “Tzamah Lecha Nafshi,” the slow version, as recorded at the Rebbe’s farbrengen where it was sung by both the Rebbe and the chassidim, almost like a duet. This song was played in Camp Gan Yisroel every day as part of the “reveille” track in the morning. It’s a niggun that is both contemplative and uplifting and it always set a great tone and put us in the right frame of mind to have an accomplished day filled with both learning/avodah and fun.
(Originally featured in Mishpacha, Issue 773)