By COLlive Reporter
Composer Sarah Dukes has released a new single in honor of Leiby Kletzky obm, on his first Yahrtzeit, today, 11 Tammuz.
Little Leiby was kidnapped and murdered on his way home from day camp one year ago, and his disappearance brought the Jewish communities around the world together, as all prayed for his safety and mourned his tragic death.
Dukes was inspired to compose this song after seeing thousands mobilize to help the family search for their beloved son. “This song is about one boy, a boy whom we all loved but never met,” Dukes told COLlive.
“It is about the effect that this one, young, innocent child had on the entire world: he united a nation. He proved that we can work together as one, and showed us that we are one. He taught us that we can have pure, ahavas chinam- even towards someone we have never met. He taught us the power of one: of one individual, of one people, of one heart.”
“Let’s continue to live Leiby’s lesson. Let’s be there to help one man, one woman, one child, one neshama. Let’s have ahavas chinam towards a complete stranger. We can do it. Leiby showed us that we can.”
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Wow truly a beautiful amazing song!
Sara, your song is empowering , inspiring and extremely uplifting! It’s amazing and true that ‘Music is truly the pen of the soul’ -it does not need words, for the music speaks for itself!
Sara keep up your unbelievable talent and go from strength to strength!
It’s amazing that you can give over such emotion without any words! Your songs are incredible!
THERE ARENT ANY LYRICS!
THE MUSIC SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.
i only hear the music. downloaded it too but still only hear the music
i love piano
This is such a beautiful song in so many ways! I really feel connected to your song. Thank you so much for sharing this!
Beautiful song. Wonderful idea. Thank you for making a difference!
a very good composition, how come ive never heard of sarah dukes? anyway i love yaron gershovskys playing in general and the song has so much feeling…
This is a stunning and touching expression of so many emotions. Thank you so much for creating and sharing it!
This song is so beautiful and moving. It is amazing how you can have this effect through music alone-without words. You inspire me!
yes learning for liebies neshama is importand and it is done everyday since his tragic death but music is also for the neshama and it is from hashem and if sarah came up with this beautiful song for liebies memory it is from her neshama from hashem and it will go straight up to heaven for lieby to hear so we must not take anything for grantid and thank hashem for everything that is so beautiful..sara this is a song that came straight from gan eden…beautiful.
sara beautiful song I live in the neighborhood where lieby disapeared and we all took it very much to heart my kids romed the streets of boropark looking for him wishing they could find him only to cry when we heard of his tragic death all those amoitions come back when listening to your song its a beautiful song reflekting liebies beautiful nashama may all am yisrael never know of such horror and always be in achdut in good and especially bad times.
I am absolutely speechless!
What a beautiful message to give to the world- it inspires me to have more ahavas chinam
Is there a way to get or buy the music sheets?
Sarah, you must have a very pure neshamah! To be able to put feelings into music like this…
Beautiful song Sarah!
Your song is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing it with us!
The inspiration of your melody and message is so much appreciated. The depth of purpose is clearly evident and is a bright light in the darkness of an all-too-often, cruel, and cold world.
Get a life.
Someone with a life
this made me cry!
Absolutely breathtaking. This is really really wonderful, thank you.
I believe the lyrics would take away the spritual place Sara’s music takes me to. Your music takes me to a quiet place within my self, where I can reach deep within.
I think any lyrics would detract from the beauty and purity of the music.
LISTEN to the music… and HEAR the words the music speaks to you…
Sarah, your music speaks words to me. Congratulations once again.
i dont hear any lyrics only the tune???
Sarah, this song really touches the heart. Your music is unbelievably uplifting and inspiring!
One who understands music, understands the meaning behind it! This song is amazingly powerful!
is there a way to get the sheet music for this?
What a moving message and song! Its amazing how we are all quintessentially ONE and unfortunate that it takes a tragedy to bring it out. Lets feel this unity all the time!
Thank you Sarah Dukes for this beautiful message!
you are unbelievably talented!
Thank You for sharing this with us!
Truly inspiring thank you
Your song is so moving! It brought tears to my eyes!
what a beautiful melody, it is chilling yet soothing to my soul. once, twice, three times is not enough, I keep playing it again and again. the beauty of this tune, reflects the beauty of little leiby a’h
somehow it motivates me to want to do acts of kindness and to just forgive puting our petty egos aside for the sake of ahavas chinam…thank you Ms. Dukes and Mr.Gershovsky
The judicial/correctional system is messed up in more ways than you can imagine. They purposely WAIT a long, long time before they try sick criminals like Aron, so that people should forget about the anger they have toward the criminal.
Brothers, do not let this man get away!
Sarah, you and your music are an inspiration. Thank you for sharing your gift and talent and using it for a kiddish ‘H.
your music is truly amazing i have listened to your album at least 75 times and continue to. this song only adds
Go arrange all that yourself maybe you do the siyum
How about a Siyum on a Mesechta or if every1 took on a Mesechta 2 learn 4 the 1st yartzeit ? Learning 4 his Neshama is way more than a song. Thats all we could do. There has 2 b a Siyum going on 4 sure 4 the 1st Yartzeit. Thank u 4 ur song but I think Lemud HaTorah is way more important than a song 4 this boy. Sorry.
It makes me cry. Just the thought of his parents left yo bare this pain.
Sarah, one more butiful inspring master piece.
Beautiful message and beautiful song! Sarah, you did it again!