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Yisroel Werdyger – Du Voint A Yid [Album Preview]

Yisroel Werdyger – Du Voint A Yid [Album Preview]

Yisroel Werdyger’s emergence as a musical superstar is not a wonder to those following his career. Following up on his first four albums, which have taken the Jewish music world by storm and are sung at chasunas and events across the globe, the singer with the golden voice is back with number five.

Du Voint A Yid is certain to be greeted with the same enthusiasm as Bayis Ne’eman, Odeh Lakeil, Avorcho and Ashira V’azamra. It’s a truly masterful production with compositions that are fresh and exciting while still strongly grounded with a chassidishe taam.

Werdyger worked hand in hand his musical friend and producer Shua Fried, searching worldwide for compositions that were a cut above, music that would touch the heart and leave listeners feeling inspired. Considerable time and expense were invested in every song in order to imbue each one with a richness that makes Du Voint A Yid not just a collection of compositions but an uplifting musical experience.

Each of the thirteen songs were lovingly polished to perfection by Shua Fried. The niggunim and melodies were drawn from a wide array of talented composers, from old hands to rising stars. These include Rav Pinchos Breuer, Yossi Green, Rav Hillel Paley, Yitzy Waldner, Yanky Daskal, Hershy Weinberger, Hershy Rottenberg, Meir Adler, Menashe Feigenbaum and Motti Ilowitz.

Du Voint A Yid is being distributed by Aderet and will be available online via MostlyMusic.com and at your local Judaica store.

PRE ORDER DOWNLOAD: https://mostlymusic.com/collections/featured-music/products/yisroel-werdyger-du-voint-a-yid?aff=104



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