Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Oldie of the Week ~ Shuvi - 1981

Presenting Old Jewish Musical Jewels (O.J.M.J) which because of their age are not very well known to the younger generation.

The song will first be posted here on the main page and remain for approximately a week on the right column above the three featured videos of the week.

The sixth song in this series features the song "Shuvi" off of Shmuel Borger's Amudai Shaish Volume 3, released in either 1981 or 1982. This song was originally recorded on Yrachmiel Begun's Toronto Boys Choir Volume 2, released in 1976. The Amudai Shaish version - found below - features child soloist Shloime Dachs (He'emanti) and a very young adult singer named Avraham Fried. I could not identify who the first child soloist is (Shuvi). Anyone with additional information is welcome to comment.

שׁוּבִי נַפְשִׁי לִמְנוּחָיְכִי כִּי יי גָּמַל עָלָיְכִי
הֶאֱמַנְתִּי כִּי אֲדַבֵּר אֲנִי עָנִיתִי מְאֹד
אֲנִי אָמַרְתִּי בְחָפְזִי כָּל הָאָדָם כֹּזֵב
(Tehilim, Kapitel 116)

Composed by: Baruch Menzlefsky A"H
Soloist: Unidentified followed by Shloime Dachs and Avrham Fried.


Anonymous said...

sounds like avrumi flam, but no idea

Anonymous said...

baruch menzelevsky composer of vahaviosim and yedid nefesh of dveykus 2

whos tragic life came a early ubrupt end

Lucky Wolf said...

Which Vehaviosim?

Lucky Wolf said...

I believe A Flam was a child soloist in Pirchei in 1972.

Anonymous said...

the famous one vahaviosim el har kadshi vsimachtim biveis tefilasi