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Musical Father, Musical Son

C. B. Lieber

Some of the songs we sing are new, while others are oldies but goodies. The creators of these tunes, whether new or old, have much to share about how they became part of the industry. And when they’re father-and-son teams, there’s so much more to tell!

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Chaim Banet, the Rebbe’s Composer Chaim Banet, a gifted composer who creates songs for the Seret-Vizhnitzer Rebbe in Haifa, has been part of the Jewish music world for almost 50 years. He runs the Ranenu Chassidim children’s choir in Haifa, and has released over 70 albums to date. As the Seret-Vizhnitzer Rebbe’s main composer, he creates new songs each year, all of which retain the purity and sweetness of authentic chassidish music. His newest release, Shofchim Lev Kamayim, is a testimony to his many years in the industry. 

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