|The tune of Adir Hu tune has undergone several variations over the years, but the origin is from the German minnesinger period. |
The earliest extant music for Adir Hu is from the 1644 Rittangel Hagada;
the second form was in the 1677 Hagada Zevach Pesach,
and the third and closest form can be found in the 1769 Selig Hagada.
In the 1769 Hagada, the song was also known in German as the Baugesang
(the song of the rebuilding of the Temple).
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|Words transliterated and translated by Cantor Joseph Toltz of Sydney, NSW, Australia.|
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