NIGN - What does NIGN stand for? The Free Dictionary
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OVERTURE AND PROLOGUE: DER NIGN
FUN DER MEGILLA (The Melody of the Megilla); DEM MELEKH'S SEUDAH (The King's Party); VASHTI'S KLOGLIED (Vashti's Swansong)
Klez- mer') the live album includes Krakauer's arrangements of traditional klezmer tunes and two slow, low, lovely numbers he wrote himself: "Love Song for Lemberg/Lvov" and "Offering Nign
," a bass clarinet tribute to Krakow.
As Hajdu and Mazor have written, the nign
"was considered the expression of those innermost feelings which cannot be put into words, not even the sacred words of prayer.