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Rabbi Eckstein Sings a Seder Song with His Father

As Jews around the world prepare for the start of Passover tonight at sundown, Rabbi Eckstein explains one musical holiday tradition in his family: "This is one family tune that I remember very well from childhood that goes back about four generations before my father, and it continues on now with my grandchildren. It's sung at the end of the seder when we say, 'We have done everything that we are supposed to do. May we see the redemption coming soon in our times.'"

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