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A popular Jewish boys choir from the Chabad Ohr Avner school in Baku, Azerbaijan.
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Yood
Yood is a classic power vintage rock trio whose intense instrumentation harnesses the power of the thinking, feeling, and agile electric guitar – on a burning journey to elevate Rock’s heyday, via Kabbalah and Chassidic influences.
Israel is an army of faith: the planes, tanks and artillery are merely the tools of solders with faith…
The purpose of the niggun is to break the boundaries of definitive meaning. By containing no words, the song allows the singer to embrace the tune as he understands, his intuition coloring his comprehension. The melody is no longer a story told by others; it is a tale you have experienced yourself...
In tribute to Ezra Schwartz, an 18-year-old native of Sharon, Mass., who had been killed by a Palestinian terrorist south of Jerusalem, Peter Himmelman was inspired to write this song.
This ‘nigun dveikus’ is attribute to the Tzemech Tzedek, which he would sing when visiting the resting placing of his saintly mother Rebbetzin Devorah Leah.
This chassidic melody is attributed to the Tzemech Tzedek, which he would sing when visiting the gravesite of his mother Rebbetzin Devorah Leah.
Music arranged and performed by the “Shevet Achim Ensemble” with guest performer, Chilik Frank.
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