Tzion Jacoby – Ana Aneinu – A New Song For Chodesh Ellul

Tzion Jacoby – Ana Aneinu – A New Song For Chodesh Ellul

Tzion Jacoby is a talented young singer (28) who lives in Rishon Lezion.
When he was young his father was a chazzan in the local shul. As a child he was part of the shuls children’s choir. When Jacoby turned 14, he started to be used as a regular cantor and became popular in shul and the surrounding areas. He was mentored for many years by his brother the great singer Oren Jacoby.
To be a singer however from the Jacoby line requires a combination of the toil of Torah and music. It was then that Tzion enrolled in Yeshiva Ohel Moshe located in Bnei Berak.

Now, years later Tzion B”H is married and the proud father of three girls. As a child he joined the same choir that featured prodigies such as Amit Listvand and Dovid Hertz. Jacoby has been writing and composing songs for years and now the time has come to show the world just what he can do.

The following song “Ana Aneinu” is a real work of art, a song about mercy and forgiveness with word we say in slichos in the coming days.

Lyrics: Tzion Jacobi – sources
Music: Greek
Processing: Udi Damari

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