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Singer Yuval Tayeb Revives the Hit Song “Nachamuni”

by yossi August 30, 2012

Esteemed veteran singer Yuval Tayeb re-releases the classics “Nachamuni” powerful emotion and soul, musical production and invested in an extraordinary talented arranger David Bitan,
Combined fiddlers and musicians from Turkey,

The 36-year-old Yuval has known the stage since the early age of seven when he was discovered as a child prodigy of Mediterranean music. For the last 30 years
Tayeb lives and breathes music non-stop, and is considered one of the most knowledgeable and liturgical piyutim theory, and is even a lecturer in academic circles the theory of lyrics, compositions and piyutim.

To date Tayeb has released 10 albums, the last of which “Shema Yisroel” was released about a year ago. Shema Yisroel featured the hit songs “Halayla Zeh Kara Li”, “Omar Rabbi Akiva”
and “Shema Yisroel” and many others.

Yuval also recently performed with singer/composer Shlomi Shabat hit “T’fillat Yeled” as a duet.

Nachamuni – originally performed 15 years ago by Moshe Ben Moore tot he lyrics written by Miki Appelle and the composition of Ofer Lev. On nostalgic evenings singers often perform the song “Nachamuni”.

Click PLAY below to hear the song

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