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Sruly Lipschitz Ft. Chaim Shlomo Mayesz – Eizeh Kef

Singer and composer Sruly Lipschitz hosts singer Chaim Shlomo Mayesz for a particularly bouncy single “Eizeh Kef,” released as this summer’s song for UK’s Camp Kef. Arranged by Yonchanan Uri.

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Shabbos Nachas Sefira Album Preview – MK Production ft. Yiddish Nachas

Just in time for Sefira, we’re excited to be back with a fresh new surprise: Shabbos Nachas – Vocal Edition! Featuring the #YiddishNachas choir and many exciting guest artists, this beautifully remastered acappella album will definitely surpass your expectations! Available

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Sruly Lipschitz Releases New Single “Vesaihav Li”

Singer and composer Sruly Lipschitz who became world renowned with is famous song “Lomir Machen Kiddush,” returns in a new and exciting single that he composed and arranged himself. Enjoy Music,composed,and performed: Sruly Lipschitz Vocal recording and graphics by Yanki

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Shabbos Nachas Album Preview – MK Production ft. Yiddish Nachas

When one thinks of a Friday afternoon and the approaching Shabbos Kodesh, we all do so through the Shaar Neginah. Think about those warm Friday nights during the winter, filled with niggunim you still sing from your zeida or from

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Eliyahu Hanavi – Dudi Feldman & Sruly Lipschitz

The way of hits usually begins with the composers and creators, from where it moves to the arrangers and performers that also contribute to their part, and only then they pass to the audience test, the real test that will

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The Orot Band Presents: “Lomir Machen Kiddush” With Sruly Lipschitz & Malchus

“The OROT Band“, the peak orchestra of the Chassidic keyboardist Shai Barim serves an authentic performance of the contemporary hit ‘Lomir Machen Kiddush‘, which took place at a recent wedding in Kfar Rimon, Bnei Brak. The soloist is none other

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Avrum Mordche Schwartz & Sruly Lipschitz – Kiddish

“Baou Naaseh Kiddush!” That’s the message of the new song that was released this morning by singer Sruly Lipschitz. Lipschitz moved to Israel from London, and is considered one of the only individuals in the Chassidic music genre who both

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