David Margaliot | unknown hassidic niggunim - Bnei Heichala

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unknown hassidic niggunim - Bnei Heichala

by David Margaliot

The first in a series of previously unpublished and largely unknown hassidic niggunim composed by the Baal Shem Tov himself and his students. Violin soloist, Eyal Shiloach.
Genre: Spiritual: Chassidic
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1. Adir Hu
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2. Magen Avot
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3. Omnom Ken
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4. Niggun Baal Shem Tov
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5. Lehitvada
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6. Ko Echsof
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7. T al Ten
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8. Bnei Heichala
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9. Maoz Zur
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bnei Heichala is the first in a series of previously unpublished and largely unknown chassidic niggunim composed by the Baal Shem Tov himself and his talmidim.(Around 250 years ago!)

These niggunim were found in the manuscripts of Reb Meir Shimon Bruckner-Gashuri z"l, who devoted his life to preserving authentic chassidic music in its original form.


Music arranged and orchestrated by: David Margaliot

Vocal arrangements by: Dudi Kalish

Soloist: Yaakov Elchanon Eckstein


Musicians:
Violin: Eyal Shiloach

Keyboard & Synthesizer: David Margaliot, Amit Harel

Saxophone, Flute & Clarinet: Peter Wertheimer

Guitar: Avi Singolda

Bass: Aryeh Wolnitz

Drums & Percussion: Ron Vered

Computers & Looping: Menachem Safra

Recording Engineer: Tomer Mahatzri

Mixed by: Shmuel Yonah, Nati Patishi

Mastering: Shmuel Yonah



Recorded at Metronome Studios

Produced by DSM MUSIC PRODUCTIONS



Songs:



Song 1: Adir Hu – a song for Passover Seder.

By: Rabbi Baruch of Mezhibuzh (grandson of the Baal Shem Tov)



2: Magen Avot – from the Shabbos night prayers.

Rabbi Moshe of Kubrin



3. O mnom Ken – from the Yom Kippur prayers

Rabbi Pinchas of Kuritz



4. A Niggun (song with no words)

Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov



5. Lehitvada – from the Rosh Hashanah prayers

Rabbi David of Stefin



6. Ko Echsof – from the Shabbos night songs

Rabbi Moshe of Kubrin



7. T al Ten – from the Passover prayers

Rabbi Zvi Arieh of Alik



8. Bnei Heichala – from Shabbos songs

Rabbi Moshe Zvi of Savran



9. Maoz Zur – from Hanukah songs

Rabbi Mordechai of Zaslav


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Jeff

it looks very intresting.

Dorothy Ungerleider

Superb orchestration of treasured music never heard before
This CD has made melodies from the founder of Chassidism available for anyone, religious or not, to appreciate their beauty! The arrangements, orchestration, and original instrumental introductions to each tune are extraordinary and a pleasure to hear over and over.

Bruce

Wonderful! amazing!!

Dr. Fran Burnford

What an exciting , fresh interpretation of these beautiful ancient prayers makin
I know this is has been developed for a very special audience, the Orthodox Jewish community. I just want you to know how very much it is appreciated by several musicians from the Christian community who have had the priviledge of hearing it. We want to express a sincere thankyou. Music really is a universal language.

Eli

impressive
I think this is a very special CD. Really soft and gentle music. Recommended!!!

Reuven Dovid Miller

A noteworthy first effort in a previously unknown genre.
This represents nothing less than ressurection of the dead, in musical terms. These niggunim are the product of souls whose spiritual level is more exalted than anything we can even imagine today.David Margaliot has succeeded in breathing new life into music that has only existed on paper for some two centuries, and I have personally observed these arrangements being sung by contemporary Hasidim. We look with great hope and expectation for further efforts in this somewhat rarefied- but important- musical niche.

Dr. Fran Burnford

beautiful- fresh- speaks to a contemporary audience-universally appealing
What an exciting, fresh interpretation of these beautiful ancient prayers.
Reviewer: Dr. Fran Burnford
I know this has been developed for a very speical audience, the Orthodox Jewish community. I just want you to know how very much it is appreciated by several musicians from the Christian community who have had the priviledge of hearing it. We want to express a sincere thank you. Music really is a universal language.

Noam

Best CD of all times!!!
straight to the soul, Fabulous!

R. Wagner

BEAUTIFUL
A REALLY BEAUTIFUL cD capable of transmitting the emotions of the music into our souls. BRAVO!