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Chazan Helfgot Sings "Sheyibaneh"

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Chazan Helfgot Sings "Sheyibaneh"

World renowned chazan Yitzchak Meir Helfgot sings Sheyibaneh at the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries (Nov. 7, 2010).
International Conference of Emissaries, Sheyiboneh Beis Hamikdosh

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Chana kaleky Florida March 28, 2019

Great Chazan, very moving!!!! Reply

Anonymous Salisbury March 28, 2019

Why are the no women at this gathering? Reply

Chabad.org Staff March 28, 2019
in response to Anonymous:

This conference is for men, a separate one for women is held a few months later. Bear in mind that the couples in question lead communities around the world, they direct and run schools, nursing homes, synagogues and other vital institutions and someone needs to stay home to keep things running smoothly. Reply

Barbara A. Edwards December 19, 2015

Inspiration Shabbat Shalom
This Music moves me from within.

Shalom to the Jewish Nation
Barbara A. Edwards - Forget Not the Unforgotten Reply

Avrohom February 12, 2015

can I download this song as mp3? Reply

elias paz e silva Teresina-Pi-Brasil February 7, 2015

Baruch Hashem!!!Yofi!!! Reply

Daniel Levi Lima Perú January 7, 2014

שיבנה שיבנה בית המקדש ...עכשיו Reply

Deba Edelman WA January 4, 2014

Sheyibaneh . Yitzchak Meir Helfgot sings so beautifully. He has been so Blessed by G-d/ May he continue to sing for many years to come. Reply

Johannes Hoogenraad December 1, 2012

beautiful ! Reply

charles salters October 21, 2012

beautiful Reply

Anonymous waianae, hi January 25, 2012

jewish music this is a very beautiful song. thanks for posting :) Reply

Jose Luna Bronx, NY January 10, 2012

Jewish Songs I must say that Jewish music is very moving. I'm a beginner to the language and would really appreciate it if I could read what is being sung. Subtitles would be great. If you could afford to make such an addition many would also benefit from it.

Shalom Reply