Shmueli Ungar & Yedidim “Sameach & Mi Adir” An Aaron Teitelbaum Production

Shmueli Ungar & Yedidim “Sameach & Mi Adir” An Aaron Teitelbaum Production

Shmueli Ungar, one of today’s most popular singers, generally thought of for his incredible energy and unique lebedik vocal style.

In this clip, Shmueli shows us a different angle of his talent. Joining together with Aaron Teitelbaum, Yisroel Lamm, & The Yedidim Choir, Shmueli gives us two beautiful chupa classics, in a warm, sweet, and meaningful way. Enjoy the fresh sound, soul-stirring music, and hartzig vocals.

Video Taken at the Fagin & Israel wedding, which took place at The Hilton Meadowlands on May 5th, 2019.

Songs: Sameach- Yaakov Shwekey, Yitzy Waldner

Mi Adir- to the tune of Shabbos Hayom- Shloime Gertner, Baruch Levine

Production: Aaron Teitelbaum -The Aaron Teitelbaum Orchestra
Music Arranged & Conducted by: Yisroel Lamm
Vocals: Shmueli Ungar
Choir: The Yedidim Choir, led by Yoel Hersh Fuchs
Live Sound: SolveTech
Sound Engineer live mix: Baba
Technical Production Consultant: Naftali Schnitzler
Technical Production: Jay Kay/Joe B
Public Relations: Chad Kaminetsky
International Concierge: Shimon Halperin
Press and Marketing: Shiezoli, Gruntig.net
Video Production: Motty Engel, Engel Studios



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