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Tzadikim – Shmaya Fischer, Sababa Band, Shira Choir

Tzadikim – Shmaya Fischer, Sababa Band, Shira Choir

In honor of the upcoming Yom Tov of Shavuos when Moshe Rabeinu gave us the Torah, Shmaya Fischer presents the magnificent song “Tzadikim“, a beautiful melody that has never been recorded live. Shmaya is a rising star in the Chassidishe music scene. Many of you have been hearing about his incredible voice. Shmaya is blessed with vocals that are powerful, yet hartzig and sweet at the same time. After watching this incredible performance, it will be clear that he is living up to all of the hype. The amazing Sababa Band executed the song to perfection, along with the sweet harmonies of the Shira Choir.

Tzadikim” was composed by Moshe Wertzberger originally recorded by Yaakov Shwekey, originally from the album “Ad Bli Dai“, released in 2009. The magnificent lyrics were written by Motty Illowitz. This live performance was recorded at the annual Chessed Appreciation event at Ateres Avraham in Williamsburg. Please watch, enjoy and of course share with your friends!

Credits:
Composer: Moshe Wertzberger
Original Singer: Yaakov Shwekey
Lyrics: Motty Ilowitz
Featured Vocalist: Shmaya Fischer
The Shira Choir – led by Yoely Horowitz
Music by: Sababa Band



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