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New Single: Pinchas Wolf Sings His Own Nigun “Sholom Aleichem”

New Single: Pinchas Wolf Sings His Own Nigun “Sholom Aleichem”

Over the past several years, the world has been introduced to Reb Pinchas Wolf, a talented chazzan who has composed hundreds of niggunim. While those who live near Reb Pinchas have the privilege of hearing him daven for the amud every Shabbos Mevorchim, it’s time for fans all around the world to hear him sing one of his special niggunim himself.

PRESENTING: Sholom Aleichem, the newest single from Reb Pinchas Wolf, from his upcoming album: Shirei Pinchas 4. When a composer sings his own song, there is a special connection that resonates with the listener. Although there are many famous Sholom Aleichem’s, all those who hear Reb Pinchas’ agree that it’s special. His Sholom Aleichem is the type of niggun that is so catchy, anyone can pick up on it. With Reb Pinchas’ impressive background in chazzanus, you are sure to hear some of the powerful tones in his voice even at his advanced years. While recording the demo for Shalom Aleichem, producer Doni Gross suggested that Reb Pinchas sing this niggun himself as he sings it with such feeling. So, for the first time, Reb Pinchas will be featured singing not one, but five of his own niggunim. The album is slated for release this fall iy”h. In the meantime, you can enjoy the previously released Yom Yom, starring vocalist Dovid Lowy as both a song and music video, as well as this new release, Sholom Aleichem.



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