New epic music video “Let us Build”

New epic music video “Let us Build”

Composer, and writer Cecilia Margules, who continues to churn out one inspiring musical gem after another, is hard at work on her latest eagerly awaited project, a heart wrenching beautiful video production of her stirring song Let Us Build.

The song, an uplifting musical tribute to the city of Jerusalem and its residents, originally appeared on New Sinai Sound, a thirteen song album containing an astonishing display of musical compositions set to powerful lyrics that touch the soul.

Inspired by a video about rebuilding the world’s holiest city at a Jerusalem Reclamation Project dinner approximately ten years ago, Margulies co-wrote Let Us Build with composer and arranger Rami Yadid. The song, replete with stunning visual images serves as a breathtaking backdrop to the video, amplifying the powerful message conveyed by both the lyrics and the music, sung with passion and exuberance by the legendary Michael Elias. A former lead singer for Chill who spent many weeks at the top of the R&B charts as well as a former missionary, Elias knows firsthand the unique power of music, having been turned on to Judaism while touring with Shlomo Carlebach after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989.

Produced and Directed by Danny Finkelman of Sparks Next Productions, Let Us Build is the story of unbreakable bond between the Jewish people and Jerusalem, showing Jews from all across the religious spectrum making their way to Jerusalem’s Western Wall, the Kotel Hamaaravi.

“The Kotel is a unifying force,” explained Margules. “Every type of person comes to the wall and we all stand there talking to G-d, giving our messages, our papers, our entries. It is a special place that despite our differences, brings us all together.”

Directed by – Danny Finkelman
Executive Producer – Cecelia Margules
Co Directed by – Aaron Orian
Cinematography – Mauricio Arenas
Music by Rani Yadid

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  1. me
    me 11 November, 2012, 15:40

    How about a little standards, did you watch it? Complete lack of Tznius!

  2. serach elias
    serach elias 11 November, 2012, 20:22

    What is the complete lack of tzniut? That part of the Jewish world doesnt adhere to non-halachic standards regarding sexism or discrimination against the holy women of our society? The sole purpose of this video is to mekarev our holy brothers, who do not follow what we consider the “proper path”. The people of the Jewish society have to understand that we are all one, whether man or women. When we are all truly connected-men and women-K’ish echad b’lev echad-then te redemption will come.

  3. Chana
    Chana 11 November, 2012, 20:29

    Great video – love the achdut. So nice to see men and women of every “label”. WE ARE ONE (even people who complain of “lack of tznius”).

  4. Serach elias
    Serach elias 11 November, 2012, 23:30

    I am appalled that my comment was taken off this website. I challenged @me on what the complete lack of tzniut in my fathers music video is. Was it that the holy women of our society are featured in it? Well, it seem that parts of the Jewish community don’t adhere to discrimination against our mothers and daughters of Israel. I hope soon all of klal Israel will be able to see this because only once we are all united-men and women-k’ish each ad b’lev echad-can the redemption truly come!

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