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Baryo Releases New Single For Kupat Ha’ir Project

Baryo Releases New Single For Kupat Ha’ir Project

After a brief break from music, singer/composer Baryo releases an astonishing new single.
The song goes is dedicated to the organization “Kupat Ha’ir Netanya” which is currently celebrating a decade of helping people. In the organization, members decided to commemorate this milestone achievement they would release a special musical disk prior to Chanukah 2013 – a collection of songs sung by singers from Netanya. In the project are a variety of Netanya singers, such as: Yishai Lapidot, Itzik Orlev, Nesanel Yisrael, Roy Yacov, Shmuel Gelber, etc.

Also featured on this CD is a special new song composed and arranged by Baryo Chakshur to the words “Vecho Mi Sheoisken Besochei Tzibur Be’emunah.”
The song was recorded spontaneously in one of the alleys of the studios Netanya.

Lately, Baryo became very famous due to his popular hit single “Nafla Ateret Roshenu” which became a big hit in the Jewish music and was played many times in the funeral of Maran with countless views online.

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