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Motty Ilowitz Releases His Second Album: 5778 – תשע”ח

Motty Ilowitz Releases His Second Album: 5778 – תשע”ח

After conquering the major stages with his song Bechol Tzaar Vetzaar from his debut album Machshavos, singer and badchan Motty Ilowitz is releasing his second album called 5778 – תשע”ח.

The album features 10 exciting Yiddish songs, each of which tells a story of its own, which Motty was involved in all aspects of their production. From the writing of the words, to the way the song was composed, and to the arrangements and performance in his unique and soldering voice.”Unlike the other albums, which are produced for concerts and musical events, the idea behind this album is completely different,” says Ilowitz. “The entire album is intended to strengthen listeners and for the benefit of the public.”

The album was produced by Naftali Schnitzler, who is a member of the world distribution company Nigun Music, unlike many other albums, took part this time in all stages of the exciting project, in addition to its distribution in the world and in Israel.

Moti Ilowitz – 5778 – תשע”ח is distributed by Nigun Music and available for download on their website https://www.nigunmusic.com/5778.html



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