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Coming Soon – Beri Weber: Thank You Hashem

by Kol Isha October 27, 2011

Beri Weber’s new album, Thank You Hashem, is due to hit store shelves very shortly.  With eleven songs composed by Lipa Schmeltzer, Pinky Weber, Pinny Ostreicher, David Kaufman, Yoely Dikman and Beri himself and arrangements by Moshe Laufer, Yoely Dikman, Naftali Schnitzler, Ruli Ezrachi and Pinny Ostreicher, producer Naftali Schnitzler says that this album will have a different feel than Beri’s last album.

“There will be a much bigger variety of styles on this album,appealing to a much wider audience,” Shnitzler told Jewish Music Report. “There is some very exciting music here, styles that I personally think ‘chasidic music’ hasn’t heard yet.”

Also featured on this album will be guest singers Pinny Ostreicher, Moshe Roth and Moishe Krausz with additional vocals by the Yoely Horowitz choir.

Stay tuned to JMR for more information on this exciting album as it becomes available.

 

 

Kol Isha
Kol Isha


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