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Chaim Stern – Shabbat Medley

Chaim Stern – Shabbat Medley

Renowned Cantor and accomplished singer, Chaim Stern, serving as the Chief Cantor at the distinguished Great Synagogue in Munich, proudly presents the Shabbat Songs Medley. This carefully curated compilation harmoniously blends a diverse array of compositions and songs from the revered Friday night service.

Commencing with Yossi Green‘s “Yedid Nefesh,” the medley seamlessly transitions to Reb Shlomo Carlebach‘s “Beamud Anan,” encompassing the spirited tunes of Reb Shlomo’s “Lo Tevoshi” and “Boei Beshalom.” Stern, with his exquisite tenor voice, delivers a captivating rendition of Pinchick’s renowned “Rozo Deshabbos,” culminating in the uplifting composition of Sol Zim, “Kadsheno Bemitzvotecha.”

Enhancing this musical journey is a visually captivating video clip, intricately designed to immerse the audience in the splendor of the Shabbat services within the synagogue, conveying a powerful message of unity and acceptance.

The meticulous arrangement and music production are credited to the talented David Toiv, while the direction is expertly handled by Rav Refael Kleinman.

In memory of Mami, Bomama, Fay Fraidel bat Shraga

Her thoughts, words and actions have left an indelible mark on us.
May her memory and her imprint remain engraved in our hearts and our memories forever. May we also continue to strengthen her legacy
And in honor of shabbat, which has kept us for thousands of years,
has brought us here and for which bomama cared so much.

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