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Umocho Hashem – Moti Wiezel & Avremi Lunger

by yossi January 14, 2015

Umocho Hashem Dimah are sad and infrequently used words, that have an accepted sad meaning to them. The composition of R’ Dovid Asher, received a special new expression arranged by his friend R’ Yitzchak Filmer.
The two of them recently lost a father, so the song has special meaning for both of them. Moti Wiesel and Avremi Lunger did the vocals, along with the Yedidim Choir, led by R’ Yaakov Rothblatt. The vocal arrangements were made by R’ Yanky Landau, and the mixing was done by Chaim Gottesman.

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