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Avraham Fried

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An upbeat Chassidic tune freshly arranged with a modern Israeli touch (from the Israeli albumn “Tzama”).
Avraham Fried, world-acclaimed Jewish singer, shares his experiences in touching countless of lives across the globe in his performances.
A beautiful niggun to sing at your Shabbat or Yom Tov table.
This niggun was composed by the well-known Chabad composer Reb Aaron Charitonov of Nikoliev, Russia.
Two melodies that are associated with the conclusion of the Shabbat and entering the new week.
The distinguished Chassid, Reb Mendel Morosov, would sing this niggun, which he heard from his late father, Reb Elchanan.
The sixth Chabad Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak, once requested that Chassidim create a Chabad “shalom aleichem” for Friday nights. They chose this venerable Chabad melody, which is attributed to the founder of Chabad, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi.
1) Rateveh: A Russian-Chassidic ballad of a Jew calling out for help as he is sinking at sea. 2) Yankel, Yankel: This niggun proclaims: have no fear, hope to Hashem… 3) Oy Di Velt: This song is set to the adage: the world is a narrow bridge, the main thin...
A niggun that expresses thanks and gratitude to Hashem.
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