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Kobi Grinboim Releases His Debut Single “Hamagid”

Kobi Grinboim Releases His Debut Single “Hamagid”

After many years in the music industry, in which thousands of Chattan’s and Kallot have gone under the chuppa, after a wide range of stages in the country, after performing worldwide in huge performances and prestigious dinners, the successful singer Kobi Grinboim performs in his debut single “Hamagid” from an album that will be released in the near future.

Grinboim‘s “Hamagid” brings a true message to Chasidic music and to the repertoire of the chuppa songs. This is a classic with a chassidic flavor, that speaks to the feelings of the listener.

Hamagid and Grinboim bring a rich and wonderful nostalgic flavor, both in the special melody that was composed by Yitzhak Acker, and in a very varied and fascinating arrangement with the best of the best musicians in the country, under the direction of Maestro Yehuda Galili.

The words of “Hamagid” were taken from the special ancient special note that Rabbi Israel Najara wrote between the Knesset of Israel and their Father in heaven – “… הַמַגִיד מֵרֵאשִׁית אַחֲרִית הוּא יִתֵּן שֵׁם טוֹב וּשְׁאֵרִית לְאֵלֶה דִבְרֵי הַתְּנָאִים וְהַבְּרִית… וְהֲכֹּל שָׁרִיר וְקַיָים!”.

Hamagid” is currently being injected with a unique lyrics and animation clip, which simulates the “Shtar HaTannaim” that is being created and is happening to the viewer. Watching and listening pleasantly!


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Rabbi Israel NajaraYehuda GaliliYitzhak Acker

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