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Lchaim - Mizrach Tish

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Harav Yosef Moshe Kahana who's the brain behind 100's of Quality Chassidish Albums and the popular Shabbos Tish / Lchaim Tish series is now back with something New, Exciting and different. "Mizrach Tish" a beautifully recorded, masterfully arranged album featuring a handpicked selection of popular Sefardi songs that are being sung all over the world, but with a whole new twist! For the first time ever, the songs are being performed in a Chassidish accent and Heimishe Taam with beautiful solos by world-renowned Levy Falkowitz, Isaac Honig, Yaakov Daskal, and rising star Zanvil Weinberger!

Now that's a Chiddush!

  • Child Soloists and Boys Choir by MK Studios
  • Lchaim Choir by Hershel Brisk
  • Arranged by the mega talented Yehuda Galili

מזרח טיש - הרב יוסף משה כהנא

 
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בש
11/07/2018
בני ש.
Israel

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03/16/2018
Adam A.
United States

Very Good

I'm sefardi and I enjoyed how hartzig they made the niggunim sound!

TM
02/26/2018
Takako M.
Japan

Amazing! Fantastic!!

It is very impressive music.

Y
01/24/2018
Yaakov

Beautiful album as expected

@SW if you want an authentic sounding sefardi , then go buy one. There are many available in your local music store our online. This album's purpose is as moish described it .

S
01/14/2018
SW
Brooklyn

Beautiful! But...

Stunning album, gorgeous songs and exceptional music. I love the sefardi accent and the exquisite Middle Eastern inflection and rhythm. So I was very much looking forward to listening to this album as soon as I heard it was released. I bought it but... I was quite disappointed! Where is that distinctive accent? It is definitely not the same when sung chasidish!

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