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“Eit Dodim” Harel Tal Renews Ancient Poetery With Anticipation of Mashiach

“Eit Dodim” Harel Tal Renews Ancient Poetery With Anticipation of Mashiach

Harel Tal is well-known in the world of weddings for more than a few years already. His successful orchestra that he established has on its resume hundreds of events that it has put its stamp on, and his deep and simple singing from his heart holds its own, he brings people straight to the dance floor.

Already at a young age Harel began writing and composing original songs. His friends began to realize the greatness of his songs, specifically with regards to the world of weddings where he started to play, and they pushed him to release his songs to the world. That’s how the album Ayeh came about 8 years ago, which he released together with his good friend Mordechai Gorenvitz.

Over the years he developed a relationship with the talented arranger Avi Tal, who oversaw the arrangements and production of his upcoming album, due to be released around Lag Ba’Omer.

Eit Dodim is a single off of that new album, with lyrics written by Rabbi Chaim Ben Sahal over 1000 years ago. The song talks about the eternal love between Hashem and Klal Yisrael0.

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