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  |  June 24, 2019

    Tmimim Choir Album Released

    Tmimim Boys' Choir, led by Rabbi Yossi Goldstein of Crown Heights, has released their new album titled "Tov Li." Music arranged by Rambam. Audio

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    luv it!
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    luv it!
    Amazing
    Guest
    Amazing

    I cant wait to buy it

    Way to go Yossi Goldstein!
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    Way to go Yossi Goldstein!

    Yossi, the CD is amazing! Every song is awesome and inspiring. You’ve outdone yourself – there is simply no other local choir that even comes close. Each song is handpicked with it’s own distinct sound, no two are alike. The voices are sweet yet strong. Thanks for listening to Shragi sing and for affording him the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful project. I hope he will grow with your talented ensemble. Although he missed out on the pictures he will definitely be heard. Thanks again for bringing an exciting new cd to our community and to those… Read more »

    i think that it
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    i think that it

    sounds a bit too rocky

    Rocky??!?
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    Rocky??!?

    You really shouldn’t be on the internet at all…… …

    cma
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    cma

    Why can’t I see the link for the sample?

    To#4
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    To#4

    If youy listen to what’s out there this is the least rocky.
    Today’s generation will not go for the styles of the early years.
    You have to be realistic.

    bets one out there!!!
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    bets one out there!!!
    very nice!!!
    Guest
    very nice!!!

    The only choirmaster/leader who sings and actually has a good voice!

    I mean no disrespect to rosenberger and begun, they are great composers etc. but “who is wise? one who knows his place”, and they have no place singing. I would cringe when they come on during the song to sing. whose with me?

    To CMA:
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    To CMA:

    You have to use Internet Explorer, it won’t work on Firefox.

    Nice music
    Guest
    Nice music

    Luv K’ayol….

    Just one suggestion on the first two songs bring down the tempo just a few notches…they sound a bit rushed…(especially the second one)

    To #9
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    To #9

    Who is Rosenberger? Anyways I agree with you…..

    proud mother
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    proud mother

    So proud to have my son a part of this. It is beneficial for the boys and it makes a wonderful CD. Great work!!

    Wow!
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    Wow!

    Sounds terrific! I Especially love that sample of Merubim. What a voice!

    wow!
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    wow!

    go mendel dubrawsky you got the greatest voice in the world!

    wow
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    wow

    go shabi !!

    REALLY AMAZING!!!
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    REALLY AMAZING!!!

    guess what gush??? my song is on the audio hahahaha!!!
    i memorized this song by heart!!!! AMZAING JOB R. Goldstein, Eli, Mendy and the whole choir TRULY FANTASTIC!!!!! and really, thank you for putting on k’ayil tahara!

    better then anything else!
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    better then anything else!

    i loved it and i will put it on my ipod now!!

    wow!
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    wow!

    i am rarely listen to jewish music but i came by this cd by chance and its really catchy and has really amazing voices great job rabbi Goldstein and your choir! i appreiciate it

    baruch hashem
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    baruch hashem

    I REALLY LOVE IT!

    proud mom of 2 singers
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    proud mom of 2 singers

    Great CD Rabbi Goldstein and the entire crew who put it together, especially the boys!!!!!
    Keep on singing!!!!!!!!!!!!

    mom who sees a change in son
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    mom who sees a change in son

    my son personally grew in so many positive ways since he joined the choir. the individual attention and care that rabbi Goldstein gave my son is truly outstandingg!! Wish there were more outlets for all the kids in school to be able to express their talent like this amazing choir!! keep up the great work!! We love you!!

    to wow! from a concerned mother
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    to wow! from a concerned mother

    why are you listening to goyishe music? don’t you know that it is metamtem halev vehamoach !!! don’t you know that it is taking away from your yiras shamayaim and avodas hashem? how can you do this to yourself? this is why so many of our tiere kinder are going away from the true derech these days. i am very happy that you like this cd, and that you consider it jewsih music, but how do you know it is from a yiddisher makor? all music is sourced in tumah! niggunim of the rebbeim are the only songs we may… Read more »

    why is it called Temimim?
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    why is it called Temimim?

    It’s a nice cd but has ta’am of Temimim. It sounds like the Pirchei songs etc., has no chasiddishe ta’am. What a pity! There is enough of these kind of music.

    to #23
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    to #23

    y is it your business why someone is listening to goyishe music? are you perfect? are you going to change him? do you really care or are you just trying to start a fight?!?!?!

    comment 23 to comment 25
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    comment 23 to comment 25

    tryin to start a fight 😉

    21
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    21

    r u mrs. shwekey? mother of 2 singers, yaakov and yosefchayim? or perhaps mrs. piamenta, mother of avi and yossi.

    goishe music?
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    goishe music?

    to the mother who wrote that not jewish music is metamtem halev and moach: i agree with that; it would be great if all of our children only listened to chassidishe niggunim. at the same time, as someone pointed out, today’s children “go” for what’s more modern-sounding. think about it: if it’s a choice of our children listening tp non-jewish music (perhaps behind our backs, because they know we rightfully don’t approve of it), or listening to modern-sounding music, but with jewish words, sung by jewish children, and chassidishe ones at that, which choice do you think is better? again,… Read more »

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