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Tuesday, 22 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 25, 2019

    Israeli Artist Sings Chabad

    Amir Benayoun, one of Israel's well-known artists, is an avid fan of Chabad Nigunim. Recently, he recorded a few Nigunim in his unique style, exclusively for COL in Israel. Audio

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    amazing!
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    amazing!

    wowowow!!!!!

    amazing woe
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    amazing woe

    It’s amazing on what people say wow

    this just messed my brain in a good way
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    this just messed my brain in a good way
    Cool!!
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    Cool!!

    Amazing!!

    he loves chabad
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    he loves chabad

    he sang with avraham fried in yerushalim big concert with 20000 people

    stick to the original chaver
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    stick to the original chaver

    i recently heard rav m. rivkin sing the kol dodi niggun at his daughters wedding in florida and it gave me a true sense of the unique beauty and spirituality the baal hatanya’s compositions.

    Rostover
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    Rostover

    Beautiful

    great. loved it.
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    great. loved it.

    great singer. loved it. even though it missing some of the lubavitcher “Knaichen”.

    A Treat
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    A Treat

    Listening to this singer’s rendition of the niggunim felt
    like a treat to my neshama.

    So Beautiful and soulfull!
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    So Beautiful and soulfull!

    What an inspiration! I can feel the emotion

    israeli music.
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    israeli music.

    if only Americans would appreciate the beauty of israeli music….

    it's like
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    it's like

    pure neshama talk…… wow!

    Beauty is, indeed, in the ear of the listener, but...
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    Beauty is, indeed, in the ear of the listener, but...

    My main concern with personalized renditions of niggunim (unlike music of other genre) is that once the original is changed, however slightly, so may the feeling/ message the hailikeh composer(s) intended to awaken in us. Remember the game “Telephone” we used to play as kids? By the time the last participant got the “message,” the original message was almost unrecognizable.The same is totally shayach to happen with a niggun as well…

    sounds really heartfelt
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    sounds really heartfelt

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful singing. So soothing

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