Order of the Seder for Tu Bishvat

I know what you’re thinking – you want to refer to the 4 worlds in your Tu Bishvat seder but they’re confusing and…oh, if there were only a song that allowed you to sing through the four worlds (like we sing the order of the Passover seder) so folks could remember the order of the Tu Bishvat seder.

NOW YOU CAN. Check out track #3 here from Taya Shere. If you love it, it’s yours for 99 cents!

Last year Shir Yaakov Feit & I would sing the whole song, then sing up to the ‘world’ we are at throughout the seder.

Click here for many great free resources available for YOUR seder from our friends at Hazon.

My suggestion? Add-on a seder to your Shabbat dinner or lunch. Then if you are in NYC, head out for The Best Tu Bishvat Party in NYC.

Prefer to sit home and dream of summer? Enjoy this music video from our friends Stereo Sinai.

I Am Planting [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO] from Stereo Sinai on Vimeo.

2 Responses to “Order of the Seder for Tu Bishvat”

  1. Thanks for the link to Holly Taya Shere’s chant — beautiful; I’m buying it now!


    Rabbi Rachel Barenblat · January 24th, 2013 at 12:24 pm
  2. you’re welcome rabbi rachel! so cool you are hosting a seder tomorrow. i won’t make it this week, but now that i am in falls village i hope to visit your synagogue sometime soon.


    shamirpower · January 24th, 2013 at 4:56 pm

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