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Tatty – Shmueil Ungar, Yiddish Nachas, Yossi Lax, Zimra & The Freilach Band! A Yaldei Event

Tatty – Shmueil Ungar, Yiddish Nachas, Yossi Lax, Zimra & The Freilach Band! A Yaldei Event

Earlier this year at the Yaldei dinner in Montreal the crowd was enjoying a beautiful performance by The Freilach Band, Shmueli Ungar, Yiddish Nachas and The Zimra Choir. When suddenly the room stood still, the crowd was filled with emotion as The band started playing ‘Tatty’ – a song about losing a parent at a young age and the pain and yearning one has, to see their parent again.

This beautiful composition by Yossi Green was originally recorded in English by Dedi and was rewritten with new lyrics by Lipa Schmeltzer for this event. Be enchanted as the angelical voices of Yiddish Nachas featuring child soloist Yossi Lax blend with the powerful voice of Shmueli and backed by the Zimra Choir and The Freilach Band. We are very excited to share with you this special moment.

Enjoy!

Credits: MK Production
Music by: Avrumi Schreiber/Freilach Band
Choir: Zimra Choir
Sound and Lighting: Stellar Productions
Song composed By: Yossi Green
Originally Sung By: Dedi
Lyrics By: Lipa Schmeltzer
Video recorded: Studio on dot
Video Edited: Studio 62 Video
Editing Mix by: Yaniv Balas



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