Paralleling the journey of Jewish life that seems to frequently pass through the gates of The Mir Yeshiva, Shira Choir collaborated with Israel’s legendary musical arranger Ruvi Banet at the annual Mir dinner to perform “Der Bahn” (The Train), a tempo-rubato march that rises and falls as a kaleidoscopic montage of life’s most rewarding travels.
This treasured song was composed decades ago by Kaufman Yudelson, a famous composer from the Modzitz courthouse. He graced Warsaw before WW2, and was known as Rosh Hachazanim (Chief of the Cantors) for his timeless compositions that still honor headline events generations later.
Drums - Norbert Goldberg
Piano - Yaron Gershovsky
Bass - Mitch Friedman
Guitar - Mike Coon
Sax - Cliff Lyons
Trumpet - Jordan Hirsch, Ben Holmes
Trombone - Charles Gordon
Strings - Stanisluv & co.
Arranged & conducted by: Ruvi Banet
Live sound and engineering: Shy Clyman-Sc events inc.
mixed: Chaim Gottesman
Video: Motty Engel
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