12 Cheshvan 5782 / Monday, October 18, 2021 | Torah Reading: Vayeira
 
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  One Little Hour  
 
By Nachman Fahrner
Update date: 12/28/2020, 11:59
 
Breslev's "Elvis" - Nachman (Ricky) Farner - sings his original high energy rock song about hitbodedut, spending an hour a day in personal prayer speaking to Hashem.


 
  The Policeman's Choice  
 
By Nachman Fahrner
Update date: 12/28/2020, 12:00
 
Breslev's "Elvis" - Nachman (Ricky) Farner - sings the story of how his grandfather survived the holocaust.


 
  Zanvil Weinberger: Shamil  
 
By Zanvil Weinberger
Update date: 9/16/2019, 14:51
 
Zanvil Weinberger: Shamil


 
  חיות הנוהרות (Howling Beasts)  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 6/18/2021, 16:08
 
The words are from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, and the melody, composed by Yisrael Dagan, a Breslov chassid, who composed it while doing hitbodedut in the forest.


 
  אחת שאלתי (One Thing I Ask)  
 
By Yonatan Razel
Update date: 11/23/2020, 16:51
 
The Razel family (Rav Micha, Yonatan, Aaron, and Rav Yehuda) composed this song when they completed Shas (ש"ס), together with thousands of Jews around the world.


 
  Zman Cheruteinu (The Time of Our Freedom)  
 
By Nissim Black
Update date: 7/14/2020, 12:34
 
"...and He shall raise a banner to the nations, and He shall gather the lost of Israel, and the scattered ones of Judah He shall gather from the four corners of the earth..."


 
  You Can Do Everything (אתה כל יכול)  
 
By Gad Elbaz
Update date: 8/4/2021, 16:35
 
“Kol Yachol” connects your soul with the Creator to achieve everything that your heart desires. Hashem can do everything!


 
  Yossef Sikurel - Prozdor (Corridor)  
 
By Yossef Sikurel
Update date: 2/25/2020, 19:39
 
New single by Yossef Sikurel.


 
  Yossef Sikurel - Emuna  
 
By Yossef Sikurel
Update date: 2/25/2020, 19:33
 
New single by Yossef Sikurel.


 
  Yossef Sikurel - Bo'i Kallah (Come, Oh Bride)  
 
By Yossef Sikurel
Update date: 2/25/2020, 19:46
 
New single by Yossef Sikurel.


 
  YISHTABACH!  
 
By Yosef Daniel
Update date: 5/5/2021, 14:58
 
Yosef Daniel releases “YISHTABACH!” on the occasion of his eldest son's Bar Mitzvah. May he always sing YISHTABACH with his life as a Kiddish Hashem!


 
  V'HaCohanim ("And the Priests")  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 4/12/2020, 09:03
 
A song from Shlomo Katz's album "V'HaCohamim" recorded in 2005.


 
  Uman  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 8/23/2020, 13:28
 
R' Shlomo Katz finally arrived in Uman, full of emotions - and put those emotions to music. A niggun (wordless tune) can uplift you even higher than words – and this one is full of yearning… exquisite.


 
  The Way We Were  
 
By Yaakov Shwekey
Update date: 6/11/2021, 11:56
 
“We were one, so one...clinging to a shared hope...” written in memory of the 3 teens - Naftali, Gilad, and Eyal - kidnapped and killed in 2014. They were buried in a massive, national funeral.


 
  The Holy Hunchback - English Version  
 
By Aharon Razel
Update date: 8/18/2020, 16:24
 
Singer Aharon Razal launches an exciting clip about Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's encounter with the holy hunchback on the streets of Tel Aviv. The English translation is not a strict translation because they wanted the words to rhythm.


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