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OHAD Releases A Brand New Single: ‘K’sheatem Mispalelim’

OHAD Releases A Brand New Single: ‘K’sheatem Mispalelim’

International Chassidic singer Ohad Moskowitz releases a single off his new album ‘Beshah Tovah‘ which will reach the shelves shortly. The amazing words of the Gemara in Brachos were composed by Eli Schwab and arranged and produced by Israeli duo Eli Klein & Yitzy Berry.

When you look at the words of the moving song, “When you pray, know before whom you stand, so that you may pray with awe and meaning, before King of all kings and masters.” It seems there is no better time for the release of this song as these High and Holy days of Elul which we all prepare to stand in prayer before the Creator.

“Every year, for these Holy Days of Elul, I go to the United States where I am Chazan in the San Diego community,” says Ohad Moskowitz. “The special words of the song that talk about the moments I experience, touched me personally and I connected to the song immediately. I am sure that anyone who feels the spiritual growth in the prayers of the High Holy Days will also connect to the moving song”

As noted, Ohad‘s sixth album is currently being released in stores, musically produced by Eli Klein and Yitzy Berry, who composed and arranged a large part of the album, along with Ohad himself, who this time composed not less than four songs on the album. other great musicians who participated in the album are maestro Yisroel Lamm, Gershon Friestat and Itzik Dadya, who produced the vocals.

The album release will be followed by two performances together with Itzik Dadya, which will take place during the holiday of Sukkot at the Master Theater in New York.

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  1. Ari
    Ari 29 August, 2018, 17:00

    Maybe somebody can explain to me why a clean-shaven guy in a suit and tie who sings with a litvishe havorah is called ‘chassidic’ singer?
    Seems to be an Israeli mishegaas to call Jewish music ‘musikah chassidi’.

  2. Eli A
    Eli A 25 September, 2018, 23:45

    @Ari lol I’ve always wondered that. Maybe it’s because in Israel all music is “Jewish” so chassidic means Frum music. Shweky was recently interviewed by an Israeli who called his music chasidi, Yaakov told him “my music is not chasidish idk why u guys call it that” lol

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