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New single from Pirchei Yisroel “Yisrael Meoz Ulitamid”

New single from Pirchei Yisroel “Yisrael Meoz Ulitamid”

Pirchei Yisroel was founded by Hanan Avital in 1975 and is considered the oldest in the country. The group of children range between the ages of 9 to 14. The choir consists of immigrants from Russia, Ethiopia and South America.

Since their establishment to the present have recorded over 49 albums – 500 songs a huge variety of styles including; Oriental, Israel, Gregorian, etc. So far the have appeared in concert in the following countries; U.S., Brazil, Argentina, France, Belgium, Spain, Panama, Tunisia, Morocco, Australia, Holland, Canada, Colombia, Switzerland and a long way. For the occasion of their 35 years anniversarythey released a brand new singleentitled “Yisrael Meoz Ulitamid”.

Yisrael Meoz Ulitamid

Lyrics: Yossi Gyaspne

Music: Adi Leon

Musical adaptation: Dudu Floor

Vocals: Gustavo Aknyons – a new immigrant from Colombia in a year and a half band

Conducting management: Hanan Avital.

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