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Fried Gives Israeli Twist to Nigun

Singer Avraham Fried joined a musical project converting Chabad nigunim into modern Israeli tunes. Listen to "Al haselah hoch." Full Story, Audio

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New avraham fried
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New avraham fried

It’s a very catchy way of singing the niggun but avraham fried is trying to hard to be something he’s not…!

Doesn't sound Israeli...
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Doesn't sound Israeli...

…sorry

gorgeous
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gorgeous

Avraham fried is one of the only jewish singers who knows how to jazz up a song without it sounding goyish

wellllll...
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wellllll...

really not sure what to make of it but am sure it’ll lend itself to great audience sing-along.

Great Stuff!
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Great Stuff!

Quality!

to #3
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to #3

I AGREE!!!!!!! exacly what i was thinking

Doesn't sound like
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Doesn't sound like

Israeli sorry

Not modern Israeli
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Not modern Israeli

The music sounds a little middle eastern at times but not like modern Israeli songs.
Someone who isn’t frum yet told me on Yom Kippur that she wished davening should have more modern tunes to attract people like her son who wasn’t in shul.

may not be Israeli
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may not be Israeli

but still is more modern and funner for the modern people to enjoy then the original

Very disappointed
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Very disappointed

Very wrong to change a niggun

to #10
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to #10

you are wrong im very proud of avraham fried is very special he took it into a modern song and not goyish thats very good

styles
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styles

it’s not modern or israeli or middle eastern style. It’s his style

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