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Avraham David Reveals: The Anthem That Drives The World Was Composed in Yiddish 90 Years Ago

Avraham David Reveals: The Anthem That Drives The World Was Composed in Yiddish 90 Years Ago

Avraham David has it in a giant. He knows how to identify potential hits and perform them with talent. He is currently working on his second album with the production of Levik Touboul, and together, the French duo is producing an album rich in unique materials that has not been heard in Hasidic music for a long time.

The first single released to the radio stations is called “Melech Chai“. A catchy anthem and just as hot as a summer hit should be. The melody, which currently has more than 50 cover versions and is considered an international hit, makes its first ‘Aliyah’ to Israel, performed in Hebrew by Avraham David. “In fact, not many people know, but this is a melody from the 1930′s written by an Italian violinist and originally performed in Yiddish …” David reveals. The talented Udi Damari adapted the popular melody and created an excellent rhythm and music.

Avraham David is an artist who lives in Strassbourg but performs all over the world. His first album “Yahalomim/Diamonds” was very successful, which pushed him forward to making this new upcoming album.



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