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“EIN KELOKEINU” Luzy & Azarya Klatzko | Composed by Benzion Klatzko

“EIN KELOKEINU” Luzy & Azarya Klatzko | Composed by Benzion Klatzko

Slow and melodic, Rabbi Klatzko has composed a sweet and heartfelt version of these classic lyrics from after morning prayers.

The reason we say the words “There is no one like our G-d” before asking the question, “Who is like our G-d” when it seems like these verses should be reversed is because, we don’t want it to seem that there really is a question “Who is like our G-d?”
The question is simply rhetorical! So we begin with “There is no one like our G-d” period!

Rabbi Benzion Klatzko, who is a Rabbi and mekarev, has been releasing tens of his musical compositions over the past few years. While many of his songs are slow and beautiful, he has also composed numerous fast and catchy nigunim that have spread throughout the Jewish world. If you enjoyed this song, there are many more Klatzko nigunim you can listen to and are available on Spotify, YouTube, NakiRadio and many other platforms.

Performed by Luzy Klatzko,
Harmony by Azarya Klatzko
Composed by Rabbi Benzion Klatzko
Arranged by Yisroel Ament
A Shabbat.com Production



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