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Asher Fisher Presents: Efraim Mendelson & Beryl Tzuker “Hakshiva”

Asher Fisher Presents: Efraim Mendelson & Beryl Tzuker “Hakshiva”

Asher Fisher, a talented musician who has already played hundreds of chasidic weddings, heard about the terrible attack in France last Friday night & Shabbos. This song just poured out from the depths of his soul entitled “Hakshiva.” Immediately after Shabbos, Fischer called Chabad musician Beryl Tzuker and the Lithuanian Chasidic singer Efraim Mendelson, who joined together in this thrilling duet. Today, only a week after the disaster they released this song to the public.

The talented duo of Eli Klein & Yitzy Berry were responsible for this amazing song and perfect arrangement. They took this production to new heights.

Vocals: Efraim Mendelson & Beryl Tzuker
Lyrics: Selichot
Composed by: Asher Fisher
Arrangement: Eli Klein
Voice processing: Malchus Choir
Guitars: Avi Singolda
Drums: Avi Avidani
Piano: that Fisher
Flute: Nachman Zucker

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