“Lesaper” A Pesach Song From Simcha Friedman

Stop for a moment and hum a Chassidic song on the words “Avodim Hoyinu.” Anything come to mind? Not the familiar folk tune, but something Chassidic . . . If are you the nostalgic type, you will probably think of a Miami choir melody. But beyond that?

From today, when you reach this section on Pesach night, you will finally have something to sing!

Chasidic singer Simcha Friedman has released a new single: “Lesaper Bitzias Mitzrayim.”

Composers: Yoni Gemerman and Simcha Friedman
Arrangement: Benny Laufer

Turn up the speakers while preparing for Pesach and let this exquisite song with a taste of yesteryear sweep you into the festive Yom Tov atmosphere. After all – whoever discusses (and sings about) Yetzias Mitzrayim – Herei Ze Meshuboch!

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