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New Single from 8th Day “Hakhel”

by yossi March 14, 2016

A project of Chabad.org and 8th Day

Written and composed by Shmuel Marcus
Produced and arranged by Bentzi Marcus

Instrumentation, clarinet, sax and synth arrangements by Leo Chelyapov.

Mix and master: Matt Thorn

Cover design: Sruly Meyer

Special thanks to Chabad.org and entire
staff.

In the ancient times of the Beit Hamikdash (the Holy Temple in Jerusalem,) every 8th year was considered a year of “ Hakhel” (“gathering/unity”) and the entire Jewish nation would gather together to hear the Torah read by the king of Israel on the Temple Mount. It was a time to reconnect and recommit to G-d and the Torah and was therefore a commandment for all, “men, women and children.” Young and old alike.

The Chabad Rebbe encouraged all to participate in the special year of “ Hakhel” although we don’t have the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Any type of event or opportunity to gather together in Jewish unity, large or small.

And through this year of “ Hakhel” may we merit to have the rebuilding of the Beit Hamikdash with the coming of Moshiach speedily in our days!!

Available to preview and purchase: https://mostlymusic.com/products/8th-day-hakhel

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