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David Simcha Releases His Debut Single “Hein Goalti”

David Simcha Releases His Debut Single “Hein Goalti”

Yesterday, on the first night of Chanukah composer/arranger Moshe Laufer released a new single to brighten this Chanukah. The new single is the theme of the geula and is the combined studio work of Shmuel Yona and Illya Lishinsky.

A New singer from France named “David Simcha”, is now being introduced to the Jewish music scene. The song was composed and arranged by Moshe Laufer, helping in the process was Shmuel Yona, the choir created by Laufer and the mix sits with the greatest sound technicians Illya Lishinsky in New York.

The song was composed for David Simcha, who’s voice we are told, sounds like that of an opera star. In his debut single he talks about the geula from Musaf of Shabbat.

Lyrics: “והוא יושיענו ויגאלנו שנית, וישמיענו ברחמיו לעיני כל חי לאמר: הן גאלתי אתכם אחרית כראשית”.

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The single will be in stores in Israel this week as a FREE single, get it here ahead of time as a FREE download.



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  1. tito
    tito 8 October, 2013, 14:45

    Baruj HaShem, que el Eterno guie tu caminar David.

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