A king once sought to assemble a symphony orchestra. Invitations to audition were issued and hundreds of musicians responded -- all of them virtuosos. Yet no symphony could be played, for they were all violinists.
It is only with the blending of all the different sounds, tones and overtones that the melodious whole is produced.
Torah as a whole is called shirah, song. The many facets of Torah interpretation complement and enhance each other, resulting in a creation of sheer brilliance and beauty; all the different streams flow into one refreshing body of Torah water.
Haggadah Shiras Yehudah is just this type of harmonious Torah creation. Talmudic insight and mussar sensitivity, the profundity of the Brisker Rav and the creative genius of Rav Hutner all add their hues to this panaromic presentation of our national birth.
A resounding message of emunah and a heightened awareness of the uniqueness of Klal Yisrael and its mission emanate from every page of Haggadah Shiras Yehudah.
Rabbi Eliezer Ginsburg, Rosh HaKollel of Mirrer Yeshivah and Rav of Agudas Yisrael, Snif Zichron Shmuel, has brought forth from his prolific pen a rare, full-spectrum haggadah commentary that will cast brilliant rays of light across your Seder table. It will truly let you know why this night is different from all the other nights of the year.