by yossi | June 19, 2018 6:46 am
One of the most magnificent events at which Freilach performed lately, was the Rispler Family Sheva Brachos in Ateres Avraham.
Arranged and conducted by Jewish music patriarch Mona Rosenblum, the event featured a series of classics from the 90s — originally arranged by Mona himself — orchestrated and brought back to life by Levy Falkowitz and a stage of close to 50 performers, including more than 30 musicians and a select team of talented vocalists from the Shira choir, whose perfect vocals were needed to do justice to this classic song.
Keili Keili was composed and originally sung by Mordechai Ben David on the album Ein Od Milvado, which he released in 1996 and was arranged by Mona Rosenblum.
In attempting to bring back the sounds of the original version, special attention to detail was paid so that the Saxophone solo and the popular Guitar solo, masterfully done by our own Nachman Dreyer, bring back memories to all of us who listened to, and loved, the original version of this song.
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Sung by: Levy Falkowitz and the Shira choir
Music by: Freilach Band/Avrumi Schreiber
Conducted by: Mona Rosenblum
Vocals Conducted by: Yoily Horowitz
Mixed by: V-Gold Beat Production
Live Sound by: SolveTech
Engineers: Shy Clyman; Ilya Lishinsky
Stage Manager: Booki Tessler
Video by: Motty Engel
Public Relations: Sruly Meyer
Press: Pinny Blumenfeld/The Hashtag Group
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