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Widerker Shabbat Medley by The Cantors Forum

Widerker Shabbat Medley by The Cantors Forum

The composer Meir Martin Widerker started playing when he was 5 years old.
Martin speaks 8 languages but he has a special relationship with the language of music. A relationship that encompasses playing, composing and distribution.
Martin made it his goal to compose and distribute the classic traditional Shabbat songs and give them an additional touch. A touch that is soft and delicate and sheds new light on the words that are so well known.

Amongst his various activities, Martin donates to and finances many projects and activities to do with Jewish traditions and culture. In the last year he took sponsorship over the successful project “The Forum” that are currently in the midst of recording their second album.

If you have attended a performance by the Forum you have probably already heard the new medley of Shabbat songs composed by Meir Martin Widerker. If you haven’t yet had a chance we nevertheless are sure that you will enjoy listening to it now.

We are proud to present:
Shabbat song medley composed by Meir Martin Widerker
Performed by The Forum
Arranged by Eitan Sobol
Production by Yochai Kfir and Yehuda Kalman

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