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“Tefillah for Yerushalayim” Moshe Zaretsky With An Acapella Version

“Tefillah for Yerushalayim” Moshe Zaretsky With An Acapella Version

International singer and cantor Moshe Zaretsky, who has served as a cantor in Jewish communities from an early age, released two months ago – in preparation for Yom Yerusholayim, in association with the “Gesher Shel Zahav”, a new song with the text of prayer for peace in Jerusalem – written by Rabbi Shaar Yeshuv after his release From captivity in the Jordanian Legion, with the words added by the Chief Rabbi of Israel R’ Dovid Lau Shlita.

Now, on the occasion of the three weeks, where Halacha does not allow for listening to music, Zaretsky presents a special vocal performance for the song, composed by veteran prayer composer Yaakov Ketzeleh Katz, and “the Yedidim International Choir” conducted by Yaakov Rothblatt.

Credits:
Words: Rabbi Shaar Yashuv Cohen, Rabbi David Lowe Shlita – Chief Rabbi of Israel
Composer: Jacob Katz – Katzele
Processing, conducting and musical production: Eitan Sobol
Voices and Poetry: ‘World Friends Choir’
Mix and Mastering: Ralph Leviten
Recording Technician: Hanoch Menla
Cover Design: Liora Lance
Recorded at Glory Studios and Eitan Sobol’s studio
PR: Mandy Cornet



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