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“Im Eshkacheich” Gershon Veroba & Gad Elbaz [Official Music Video]

“Im Eshkacheich” Gershon Veroba & Gad Elbaz [Official Music Video]

Let’s Celebrate Together…

At all occasions, happy or sad, the Jewish people traditionally declare their eternal love and connection to Jerusalem, their central home, as established in writing thousands of years ago. King David wrote this definitive vow in Psalms 137:5-6, promising that we will always keep connected to our holy city, making it a priority as important as our own lives.

Recorded in Israel for Gershon’s “Ani Yisrael” album, this video was released on Yom Yerushalayim/Embassy Day, May 16, 2018, at the Jerusalem Chai / Ateret Cohanim Annual Dinner.

Video Produced by G-Major Events
Co-produced by Jerusalem Chai/ American Friends of Ateret Cohanim
Directed & Edited by Gershon Veroba
Cinematography by Dov Adler, Cinematography in Jerusalem David Orian
Featuring special guest Israel correspondent Avi Abelow
Additional Footage © Kyrylo Glivin / 123RF Limited

“Im Eshkacheich” Composed by Ari Goldwag
Produced by Gershon Veroba
Arranged & Conducted by Leib Yaakov Rigler
Recorded in Gal Kol Studios, Israel
Mixed by Larry Gates
©2017, 2018 Town 6 Entertainment Corp. All Rights Reserved (ASCAP)



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