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New From Banet Productions: Motty Steinmetz In An Exciting New Single/Video For Shavous!

New From Banet Productions: Motty Steinmetz In An Exciting New Single/Video For Shavous!

In this ancient melody composed by Rabbi Yitzchak Unger the veteran composers of the Vizhnitz Chassidut and in the warm adaptation of Moshe Laufer, singer Motty Steinmetz creates a special interpretation of the lyrics of the song, combining past, present and future. The highest quality video clip was filmed and produced by Shneur Entebbe, the director of Shinobi Media, with authentic and accurate visuals and attention to every detail, so that we can connect to the hard work, the longing and the yearning for Torah study throughout the generations. The song is a single track from Motty’s upcoming second album which will feature melodies which Motty grew up on. Songs that helped shaped his character and style which were carefully chosen to go from the bottom of his heart, right into yours.

Credits:
Music: Rabbi Yitzchak Unger
Performed by: Motty Steinmetz
Arranger by: Moshe Laufer
Choir production, arrangement and recorded by: David Taub
Mix: Eli Kline & Yitzy Berry
Recorded at Zmirot Studios, Tenor Studio & Bardo Musical
Musical Production: Ruvi Banet


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