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Songs about Simhah:
Four Pieces for Mixed Chorus (a.k.a. Three Pieces for Mixed Chorus) IV. Jerimiah 31: 6-12 Ronnu leya 'akov simhah... by Choir of St. Ignatius of Antioch from the Album For Stefan Wolpe: Choral Music of Morton Feldman and Stefan Wolpe
Books about Simhah:
The Quest for Authenticity: The Thought of Reb Simhah Bunim by Michael Rosen (Apr 1, 2008)
Tselalim (Vol-1): Kovets sifruti le-zekher Simhah Rapoport (Hebrew Edition) by Israel). Hebrew Gymnasium., . Jaffa (Tel Aviv (Apr 29, 2012)
Sefer Kol Simhah (Hebrew Edition) by Simhah Bunem (Jul 31, 2013)
Bet David: moadim le-simhah [mahazor le-moade ha-shanah im kitsur dinim bi-leshon Arvi] (Hebrew Edition) by Mahzor. (Jan 1, 1898)
The Quest for Authenticity: The Thought of Reb Simhah Bunim [Hardcover]  (Author) Michael Rosen (2008)
Ahavah U-Simhah [ Love and Joy: Hebrew ] (2002)
ha-Kise ha-rek: Metsiat tikvah ve-simhah : hokhmah nitshit mi-torat Rabi Nahman mi-Breslev (Hebrew Edition) by Moshe Mykoff (1996)
Wiki information Simhah:
Simhah ben Samuel of Vitry, was a French Talmudist of the 11th and 12th centuries, pupil of Rashi, and the compiler of the Vitry Machzor.
Simhah Pinsker was a Polish-Jewish scholar and archeologist born at Tarnopol, Galicia. He received his early Hebrew education in the cheider and from his father, Shebaḥ ha-Levi, a noted preacher, who instructed him in mathematics and German language...