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“Chabad with Moshe Laufer” a Revolution in Chabad Music

“Chabad with Moshe Laufer” a Revolution in Chabad Music

50 musicians, 3 years of work, 4 singers, dozens of vocals and Kids choir. This summarizes one of the most spectacular musical projects in Jewish music. “Chabad with Moshe Laufer” is the new album its producers describe as “unprecedented”.

Produced by Levi Tubul, the new disk is set to be released for Shavous.

The album takes Moshe Laufer back to his early days, 30 years ago, when he produced his first Chabad music CD. Laufer is a legendary composer, conductor and arranger, who recently was the recipient of the prestigious ACUM music award. In this latest work, he presents an up-till-now unsuccessful endeavor. He has ostensibly brought together the sound of modern music and Chabad’s authenticity and sensitive touch, creating a fusion in which neither end is jeopardized.

“He wanted to create an album that could introduce the new sound of music into Chabad music, without compromising the perfection of the notes,” said a source involved in the production.

The album features four Chabad singers. Shlomo Simcha and Mendy Jerufi are both well known singers in their own right. Shmulik Listvand, brother of the famous Dedi duo Amit, and Menachem Levy also featured on the album, beginning their musical careers at a respectable place.

The last ends are being tied together ahead of the album’s release. The final masterpiece, which was produced jointly by the finest musicians, is conducted by Eli {Ilya} Lishinsky.

Photos by: Baruch Ezagui, Meir Alfasi and Mendy Hechtman.



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