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"Meraked" – Let's Dance!    

"Meraked" – Let's Dance!

Enjoy the song "Let's Dance" by Simcha Leiner from his album "Meraked". The song is full of surprises!


Translated by Chana Cohen



After performing countless times all around the world, Jewish music star Simcha Leiner from New York has finally released his new album, Meraked.


The album, a product of intense work over the past two years, contains a series of hits, some of which are already being performed at weddings in the United States. With musical arrangements by Yanky Briskman, Eli Leshinsky and others, the album is now available in Israel!


The list of composers who wrote songs for the album includes Rabbi Shmuel Brazil ("Regesh"), Eli Schwab, who has composed countless masterpieces, and even the colorful artist Lipa Schmeltzer, who has also composed many hits.



This is Leiner's third album. He serves as a cantor and singer, and in recent years has been capturing the hearts of new audiences in every country where he performs. His shows are produced by Yochi Briskman.


The theme song in "Meraked" was composed by Eli Schwab and arranged by musician Amit Harel to the following unique lyrics: “When a person learns Torah or does a good deed with such happiness, until the joy reaches his feet and raises them up to dance with joy, then the Torah is elevated.” Talented artist Udi Damari also stars in the album with the song “Na’avor”, which talks about the eternity of the Jewish people. Damari wrote the lyrics, composed the melody and arranged this amazing song.


In the upcoming wedding season, you will probably be hearing Leiner's new song "Mi Bon Siach", with the conductor of the Miami Boys Choir - Yerachmiel Begun - and this is not the only surprise in the album!


Among those who arranged songs and took part in the album are Jeff Hurwitz and Yochi Briskman, alongside Yanki Briskman and Eli Leshinsky. The album is accompanied by Yochi Briskman's orchestra, which guarantees a lot of fun. Enjoy it!


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