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Chaim Blumenfeld presents: S’FIRISH featuring MK Choir

by yossi April 18, 2012

With Sefira upon us and so many mainstream acapella albums being released, everyone was wondering what the chassidic world of Jewish music would bring forth. Behold, Chaim Blumenfeld presents “Sfirish”. Featuring the ultra talented Moishy Kraus of MK Choir, this album is the heimishe answer to the sefira and the three weeks. Featuring songs from; MBD, Avraham Fried, Lipa, Yossi Mayer, Yoel Schwartz and more, this 19 track album with its breathtaking choir will help time past quickly. The choir featured on this album is NOT new. These are the ACTUAL choir used on those album with new all new main vocalists and solos. The vocalists featured on the album include; Chaim Blumenfeld, Yechezkel Lowy, Yeshoua Illowitz and Yeled Hapella Avrohom Yitzchok Leibowitz.
The album is available through Nigun Distributors and in stores tomorrow.

Click PLAY below to hear the sampler

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