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“Pesach Libcha” The Great Chassidic & Israeli Singers Come Together In Memory of Naftali Frenkel, Gil-Ad Sha’ar & Eyal Yifrach

“Pesach Libcha” The Great Chassidic & Israeli Singers Come Together In Memory of Naftali Frenkel, Gil-Ad Sha’ar & Eyal Yifrach

A new song “Pesach Libcha” was just released. It features an all star cast from both the chassidic music world as well as the Israeli singers including; David D’Or, Avraham Fried, Kobi Aflalo, Yishai Ribot, Yonatan Razel and David Broza.

The song was written by singer David D’Or and was made in memory of the three hostages, Naftali Frenkel, Gil-Ad Sha’ar & Eyal Yifrach hayad. The song was played for the first time at the award ceremony in respect of the Menachem Begin Heritage Center by D’or with students of the “Mekor Chayim” the yeshiva of Naftali and Gil-Ad.

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  1. Babu
    Babu 16 February, 2015, 03:12

    the song just touches deep into ones heart

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