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“Matanot Ketanot” Tzemed Yeled# Music Video

“Matanot Ketanot” Tzemed Yeled# Music Video

Promising talented duo Tzemed Yeled one of the most prominent Jewish children groups in music today, a few weeks back released a new single covering a hit song from Rami Kleinstein entitled “Matanot Ketanot.”

It is important to note that the idea for making this song actually came of the children themselves, in the wake of the prevailing situation in the country these days. People are looking for a song that will reflect optimism and hope in the hearts of listeners.

This new version of the song takes on a more cheerful note, and the arrangements were adjusted for younger vocalists which give a special atmosphere to listeners during these troubled times.

After recieveing amazing feedback and the song gaining popularity among Israeli radio stations, the producers decided to make a music video for the song.

Music: Rami Kleinstein
Words: Noam Horev
Processing: Avi Tal
Musical Production: Yishai Lapidot


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Matanot KetanotRami KleinsteinTzemed Yeled

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