by yossi | December 30, 2019 8:05 pm
A few years ago, superstar & singer, Beri Weber, who is one of the most sought after Chassidishe singers today, was appointed as Rosh Yeshiva in the now famous Yeshivah, Yeshivas Kochvei Ohr located in Monsey.
Since that commitment, Beri’s days (and even some nights) are strictly for the yeshiva, while the rest of the time he performs when he can and works on his musical career.
About two years ago, Beri purchased a beautiful song from the extraordinaire composer Hershy Weinberger titled Hadran.
And although over the last few years many bochurim in the yeshiva have Baruch HaShem finished many mesechtas, and there were many Siyumim, Beri still wasn’t ready to release this special song.
This Wednesday January 1, 2020 will mark the 13 annual Siyum Hashas. Hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of Jews worldwide studied one daf a day for over seven and a half years. On this momentous day over 90,000 people will flock to MetLife stadium and other locations to celebrate this amazing accomplishment together in almost a massive Hakhel gathering of the days of old.
It is NOW that Beri felt the time was right to release this very special song to help magnify the simcha that Klal Yisroel will feel on Wednesday.
Only then will all of Klal Yisroel together with Beri say and sing Hadran Aloch!
May we all be zocheh to finish and be mesayem Shas together again and again, with more people joining each and every year until Moshiach comes.
Mazel Tov to all those celebrating!
הדרן – Hadran
Composed by: Hershy Weinberger
Music Production By: Naftali Schnitzler
Choir By: Yossi Glick – Shevach Choir
Vocals Recorded & Edited by: Gershy Schwarcz @edgewarestudios, Shlome Wechter @SWStudios
Artwork by: The Pivot Group
House Of Music Label
שתהא תורתך אומנותינו בעולם הזה, ותהא תורתך עמנו לעולם הבא, הדרן עלך והדרך עלן, דעתן עלך ודעתך עלן, לא תיתנשי מינן
(יהי״ר לסיום מסכת)
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