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What songs are sung during Passover?

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Traditional Passover songs include Kadesh Urchatz, which is a song that comprises a list of the steps involved in the full ceremonial seder, and Ma Nishtana, which is known as the four questions. The four questions are traditionally asked/sung by the youngest person at the seder table.

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What songs are sung during Passover?
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In most cases, the songs that are sung during Passover are in the Hebrew language, and they derive from standard Jewish religious texts such as the Haggadah, which is a sort of official checklist that breaks down the different steps and symbolic actions involved in a Passover seder. These songs are typically sung without musical accompaniment, though some people may add musical instrumentation.

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