Monday, August 10, 2020

Veehee Noam - Benzion Klatzko & Family - Music Video

Composed by Rabbi Benzion Klatzko
Performed by Rabbi Benzion Klatzko, Gavriel Klatzko, Luzy Klatzko
Musical Arrangements by Yisroel Ament
Song and Video Produced by Benzion Klatzko

ויהי נעם השם אלוקינו עלינו, ומעשה ידינו כוננה עלינו, ומעשה ידינו כוננהו

May the pleasantness of my Lord, our God, be upon us - our handiwork, may He establish for us, our handiwork, may He establish.

Life is a journey, a maze with many paths. And with time running out, we try our best to reach the "finish line" with a trail of pleasantness and sanctification of Hashem's name.  That is our prayer as composed by Moshe Rabbeinu.

This video depicts images of mazes, paths, and clocks to signify that time is ticking and we must find our path that will be pleasing to our Creator!

 

Doniel Daitchman - Behind A Screen - Official Music Video

"Behind A Screen", The Debut release from Doniel Daitchman, is a song describing the emotional stress that one's phone usage can have on his or her family. 

While waiting at a Doctor's office with his son, Doniel observed a young child trying to show his father something he had built, and called out "daddy, daddy" over and over while the father continued using his phone. 

Only after the son began to yell "DAD" did the father look up and give a quick smile, and immediately he returned to what he was doing.

We all have a responsibility to those around us. We need to remember to give our children, our spouses, parents or friends all of the emotional attention they deserve. Our relationships can be so much stronger and meaningful If we begin to Live Above The Screen. 

In other words, to put our relationships with humans above the relationship we have with our phone.

Produced By: Hillel Kapnick
Recorded @ Uptop Studios
Video Produced By: Yonatan Vinnik - Vincline
Cover Design: Yonah Laster

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Issac Honig, Yisroel Adler, Shira Choir - Siyum Hashas

Issac Honig, Yisrael Adler, the Shira choir, and Orot band with master Orchestrator Shea Brim present a new Hadran for the siyum of Maseches Shabbos in the Daf Hayomi program

With the dazzling production of Effect events, an evening was held l'chvoda shel Torah with the attendance of gedolei Yisrael and Beitar residents, featuring chassidic music maestros Yisrael Adler and Eizik Honig and the Shira choir from the U.S. to celebrate the siyum Hashas in Beitar, arranged by Beitar mayor Rabbi Meir Rubinestein on 11 Teves 5780.

To the sound of a deafening applause, the music artists ascended the stage and performed the evening's presentation "Hadran," based on the prayer recited at the siyum of a maseches. This exceptional song, enhanced with a smattering of Yiddish expressions, was composed and written by Yisrael Adler.

R' Shea Brim, who created the musical background with his Orot orchestra, wrote a rich and precise musical arrangement for Hadran, and orchestrated the performance to perfection.

We present this masterpiece in honor of the siyum on Maseches Shabbos.

Sunday, August 09, 2020

Oh HaShem - Moshe Storch - Lyric Video

"Let this simple Tefilla/Song with lyric video take you on a journey to just open to HaShem and speak to Him, create that relationship that He wants sooo badly with you by doing Hisbodedus, simply talking to Him!

Whether in the field, your yard or your car, say hi, He will be thrilled!"

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Terrifying: Moment Boy Nearly Drowned in Pool

Donate to Catskills Hatzalah

My child fell into the pool.

A terrible accident on the freeway.

My neighbor is not responding.

Hatzalah! Hatzalah!

The cry, although chilling, has a reassuring ring to it. We rely on Catskills Hatzalah at a subconscious level, and as soon as we hear Hatzalah rushing to a call, we breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that the patient is in the best possible hands.

Anyone who knows a Catskills Hatzalah volunteer knows why they are synonymous with rushing. With unparalleled selflessness, they drop whatever they are doing, leave whatever event they are attending, and rush to the scene where they quickly get to work saving lives. A Hatzalah volunteer knows no boundaries and no limitations; if there is a chance of saving a life, they are already on the way.

Saturday, August 08, 2020

Lidel Band - Adon Olam - Debut Music Video

Get ready for the new sound in Jewish music. Presenting: The all NEW Lidel/ לידל Band. In their debut introduction to the world, they perform alongside their lead singer, Ushy Hollender, the classic Adon Olam. This song is steeped in Jewish music history with many performances over the years.

However, this performance is very unique in both the singer and band. You see, the Lidel/ לידל Band is NOT a wedding band. They are more of a private event, Sheva Brochos, Bar Mitzvah band.

They are an intimate group of talented musicians that for once, aren’t all about the loud music. It’s all about a smooth sound with a professional vibe and classy feel to it. Yes, as you can see there is more than one guitar, but you also have a drummer, flute and bass guitar. Everyone in the group sings backup as well as harmony, so Ushy’s vocals are getting a full accompaniment.

For your next event think class, think style, think harmony. Think Lidel/ לידל Band.

To book Lidel Band today please call: 718-687-8704

Friday, August 07, 2020

Shaarei Demaos - Avraham Fried, Aryeh Hurwitz, Shirah

Shaarei Demaos, a duet with Avraham Fried and Aryeh Leib Hurwitz together with Shirah Choir and Sababa band with Mendy Hershkowitz at the Bonei Olam historic Charidy event.

Thursday, August 06, 2020

Catskills Hatzalah - No Boundaries and No Limitations

Donate to Catskills Hatzalah

My child fell into the pool.

A terrible accident on the freeway.

My neighbor is not responding.

Hatzalah! Hatzalah!

The cry, although chilling, has a reassuring ring to it. We rely on Catskills Hatzalah at a subconscious level, and as soon as we hear Hatzalah rushing to a call, we breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that the patient is in the best possible hands.

Anyone who knows a Catskills Hatzalah volunteer knows why they are synonymous with rushing. With unparalleled selflessness, they drop whatever they are doing, leave whatever event they are attending, and rush to the scene where they quickly get to work saving lives. A Hatzalah volunteer knows no boundaries and no limitations; if there is a chance of saving a life, they are already on the way.

Avraham Fried & Rami Kleinstein “Matanot Ketanot”

Avraham Fried wrote the following letter to his fans in Israel:

My Friends, the words that I am missing the most this evening are: “Good evening Yerushalayim!!!”

In the past decade my calendar for this evening includes a concert which is a celebration of the special holiday. Despite the fact that it comes yearly, I am excited as though it is my first time. I am excited to meet you in your multitudes, to perform the songs in their new arrangements for the first time, from hosting my new guest from one of the top Israeli singers to sing at my side and also become my new friend, and from the incredible venue of the Sultan’s Pool!

A few months ago the whole world changed, the skies closed for flights and the concert halls closed as well. I said to my musical director, Yuval Stuppel, that “we have to see the good in everything and this year we can work on the program for the Sultan’s Pool calmly.” Indeed, we closed on a special surprise guest and began working on the program. What a program we had planned for you…

But Hashem had other plans, and since we are believers in Hashem that everything He does is for the good, we will continue Davening that soon we will be able to get back together and meet. I am sitting in my house in New York, thinking about you and missing you dearly.

So even though unfortunately we cannot get together this year, I wish us both that we will be able to meet next year, and in the meantime, I am sending you a special present in honor of Tu B’av.

So enjoy this special performance of Matanot Ketanot that I did together with Rami Kleinstein and the Rishon Letzion Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra.

Nissim Saal - Debut Single: "Breeze Of Hope"

When Nissim Saal sings, it heralds a shift in the mood to accommodate for the experiencing of a myriad of feelings and emotions.

His ability to expose his vulnerability through his unique and very talented voice that has a wide dynamic note range distinguishes him as a versatile singer-songwriter even as he resonates with listeners based on the realism of the messages he seeks to pass across.

As he easily hits high notes in a regular voice, Nissim is motivated to entertain while inspiring others. More than anything is the desire to use his artistry to influence positive change

Nissim always sang and played musical instruments as a kid at home. Growing up, he would sing for friends and at events driven by a fire that burned so deep, it only grew in magnitude as the years went by.

It therefore comes as no surprise that he teamed up with Hershy Menczer from Musical Cave productions and the well-known creative artist Boruch Sholom to write a song called Breeze of Hope – a song which offers hope that all struggles and challenges will pass. The song encourages people to use challenges as a stepping stone for growth even as they find the strength to keep going and embracing the unknown.

Production: Musical Cave
Producer: Hershy Menczer
Songwriter: Boruch Sholom
Arranged by: Shimon Strohli

Wednesday, August 05, 2020

The Song of Shabbos

Daf Yomi will be celebrating the Siyum of Shabbos next week. The SONG OF SHABBOS includes over 400 phrases and expressions of the Mesechta, chazur’ing its’ key klallim and yesodos - all in rhyme!

Click Here for a PDF of the lyrics.