Today, on Yom Hazikaron, we honor and remember Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror. Israel is a small nation with a huge impact on the world and on our lives. Before we celebrate its independence, we pause for a moment to reflect on those whom we’ve lost.
“Mi Sheberach” is a prayer for the soldiers of Israel’s Defense Forces that is sung to the tune of “El Eretz Tzvi” by Yehoram Gaon.
We at Six13 had the honor and privilege of singing this song with 2 great cantors, Chaim Dovid Berson of the Jewish Center and Dan Singer of Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. We hope it helps bring some extra meaning to an emotionally charged day.
May we realize the prophetic promise and see the day when nation will no longer fight against nation and will prepare for war no more.
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This song and all Six13 songs are completely a cappella — created with nothing but the human voice.
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Lyrics by Talma Alyagon Raz
Music by Dubi Zeltzer
Originally performed by Yehoram Gaon
Lead vocals performed by Chaim Dovid Berson
Voiceover performed by Dan Singer
Arranged by Mordy Weinstein and Craig Resmovits
Recorded by Mordy Weinstein, Jacob Spadaro, Craig Resmovits, and Mike Boxer
Edited by Jeff Eames for Eames Audio
Mixed and mastered by Ed Boyer
Produced by Mordy Weinstein for Six13
Video filmed by Shuie Septimus for Septimus Visuals
Filmed at The Jewish Center Edited by Dov Adler
Special thanks to: our own loving families, all the incredible audio and video production staff mentioned above, and the fantastic staff at the Jewish Center.
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