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V\\\'Nislach is sung on Yom Kippur evening. Arranged and performed by Shoshana Michel. I am in the process of recording an album of Chabad Nigunim. You can subscribe to my YouTube channel or send me a personal message if you\\\'d like to be informed when it comes out.
This beautiful piano solo arrangement of Ani Ma\\\'amin was arranged and performed by Shoshana Michel. This video is dedicated to the memory of Debbie Allison, a true tzedkes in every sense of the word, who passed from this world at the young age of 51. Debbie was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, sister-in-law, teacher and friend to many. She touched so many people with her kindness and her smile and was loved, admired and respected by all who knew her. Her dedi...
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Sweet Yiddish Song
Video realizado para la cancion Oifn Pripechik, cantada por Leibele Jinich Jazan emerito de la comunidad Bet-El
 
 
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