Thursday, June 30, 2011
The song Tanya was composed by Yossi Green and sung by Avraham Fried. The lyrics are from the Gemara in Brachos that speaks of R' Yishma'el the high priest entering into the Holy of Holies and having a sublime experience of Hashem asking for a blessing. R' Yishma'el proceeds to bless Hashem that His compassion should be more powerful than His judgment, and that Hashem should interact with His people with compassion and mercy
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Kalmen Yoel Sofer`s new song "Haboicher"Paying at Israel Radio "Kol Chai" on Yossi Eisenthal show the new song "Haboicheir" was composed and sung by Kalmen Yoel Sofer Music By Naftuli Moshe Schnitzler
Monday, June 27, 2011
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A very inspiring and moving song called "Pictures in Your Heart" The tune and lyrics were written by Yaakov Klein, a 16 year old boy in Yeshiva of FarRockaway, and sung by him as well. It is far beyond the average abilities of a 16 year old. There is an email at the end of the video if you wish to contact him for comments or other purposes.
Cantors Yaakov Lemmer Shimmy Miller and Zevi Muller singing "Tikanto Shabbos" Accompanied By The Famous Pianist Daniel Gildar at the Merkin Concert Hall Sunday, February 20th, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Monday, June 20, 2011
Wings of Song" with Violinist Miri Ben Ari, is a selected song from the highly anticipated album "New Sinai Sound" by Composer / lyricist Cecelia Margules.
The clip tells the story of a young boy who embarks on a journey involving different situations in life.
in the process, he discovers that his journey is a metaphor of the Jewish people's yearning for the Messiah.
Music by Cecelia Margules and Rami Yadid
Arranged and Produced By Rami Yadid
Lyrics by Cecelia Margules
Executive Producer Cecelia Margules
Director of Photography Mauricio Arenas
Directed by Danny Finkelman, sparks Productions.
Boy - Ari Raskin
Mother - Tzirel Raskin
Couple - Greg Posner and Alexis Hosea
Teen - David Nesher
Old Man - Roman Galinsky
Moshe Laufer Mandy Jerufi and Shmulik Listvand at Israeli Radio station Kol Chai on Motzei Shabbos June 18 2011,
Sunday, June 19, 2011
Yoely Greenfeld sings Maskil Leduvid (Koili) a song which was composed by Moshe Goldman for Isaac Honig's Album Adon Hakol (1998) at a shava bruchos in Bnei Brak, Israel May 25 2011, Yanki Rubin on the Keyboard
Friday, June 17, 2011
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Shortly after the 1991 collapse of USSR Communism, Mordechai Ben David, Rabbi Berel Zaltzman, Sandy Shmuely and Rabbi Baruch Shlomo Cunin spent Chanukah travelling the USSR performing and bringing the joy and light of Chanukah to the Jews of the country.
This mission was instructed by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, who predicted that there would come a day of freedom to Russian Jews
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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Born: 1898 (Kiev, Ukraine)
Died:: January 27, 1964 (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Voice: Lyrical Tenor
Note: Cantor, Composer, Researcher, Writer,
Educator, Zionist leader.
Leib Glantz lived in the United States from 1926 until he fulfilled his dream of moving to Israel in 1954. He was the last, and perhaps the greatest cantor of the "Golden Age of Chazanut."
The quality of his musical education, his penetrating knowledge of the Hebrew language, and his deep philosophical religiosity, enabled him to create musical interpretations of the prayers that brought new light and meaning to every word. The words he sang seemed destined to rise like angels into the heavens. To listen to him was like witnessing a man speaking to God! He had a voice that sang like no other voice. Many cantors have tried to imitate his singing, but few have felt they have succeeded.
Glantz combined his cantorial with fervent and tireless Zionist activism. He edited a Zionist newspaper and became a leader in the Zionist movement in Eastern Europe, in the United States, and lastly, in Israel, fulfilling his lifelong dream.
Leib Glantz was one of the greatest scholars of the origins of Jewish music. His research and the theories he developed firmly established the historical continuity of Jewish music from its beginnings in the Holy Temples of Jerusalem to this very day. He founded an Academy for Cantors in the Tel Aviv Institute for Jewish Liturgical Music.
Yedidim Choir sings "Revach" from Yerachmiel Begun & The Miami Boys Choir (2005) at the Boro Park Hatzolah Auction Event Motzei Shabbas May 28 2011 in Ateres Golda Hall in Boro Park