After several performances around the United States, the singer Baryo Hakshur returns to Israel at the start of the “three weeks” only to release a vocal song befitting this time period of mourning the burning of the second Bet Hamikdash.
A little while after the release of his debut album “Shir UShvacha“, Baryo decided to vocalize the song “Lev Tahor” which appeared on that album. Along with the Yedidim choir, and with Udi Damari (who currently works with Chaim Israel, Yaakov Shwekey, Shlomi Shabbat and others), this vocal song gained early popularity.
“I composed this song several years back,” says Baryo, “and when I released this song in my first album, I’ve received much praise, but specifically from the Breslov Chassiddim, who say they enjoy this special song very much while doing “Hitbodedut.” So I wanted this song to enter the Yeshiva world as well, and not just stay among Chassiddim.”
Upon numerous emails and requests from friends and fans wanting to hear a vocal song, the song “Lev Tahor” was chosen, and the result speaks for itself.
The release of the vocal “Lev Tahor” has gained early popularity among the radio stations and websites ,and is turning into a huge success not just for Baryo, but for this genre of music as well.
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