Beautiful Yiddish Chanukah Song, “Borekh ate”

800 431 SaveTheMusic

The *beautiful* Yiddish Chanukah song “Borekh ate” (“Blessed Art Thou”)

Performed by the
Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC
Binyumen Schaechter, Conductor

And if you haven’t yet seen the following here’s the JPPC performing the *playful* Yiddish Chanukah song

“Fayer, fayer” (“Fire, Fire”)

and the new contemporary choral arrangement of the classic song

“Oy, Khanike, Oy, Khanike”
(“Chanukah, Oh, Chanukah”)

in the original Yiddish

For more info regarding these songs, their creators, the choral arrangements, the video themselves, and how to access the English subtitle translations, click on “Show More” on YouTube beneath the video.

For more information about the JPPC including our upcoming concerts visit our website www.TheJPPC.org.

You can also visit us on Facebook.

AUTHOR

SaveTheMusic

SaveTheMusic.com is a 501c-3 non-profit organization based in San Diego with Zamlers in 4 continents dedicated to saving and promoting Jewish music by finding old recordings, enriching them with lyrics, translations, transliterations, sheet music, biographies of performers, composers, etc. digitizing the songs including Yiddish, Hebrew, Djudeop-Spanyol and Chazonish music, and making all this information available on-line to young performers and everybody interested in Jewish music.

All stories by: SaveTheMusic

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.