A new album produced by Chabad of Palo Alto and sung by Rabbi Chaim Fogelman presents the 12 pesukim in a way that makes them easy to remember for your family or your Chabad House children alike.
A new music album presents the 12 pesukim in a way that makes them easy to remember for your family or your Chabad House children alike.
The album was produced by Rabbi Zalman and Devorah Levin of Chabad of Palo Alto. The vocals are by Rabbi Chaim Fogelman and musical arrangements were made by Chana Fogelman.
Each Passuk is sung to a different tune, with English explanatory lyrics. A lot of work was put in to ensure that the English lyrics properly convey the meaning of the possuk. In addition, the lyrics were reviewed by mashpia Rabbi Sholom Charitonow and Tzivos Hashem director Rabbi Yerachmiel Benjaminson.
The album was produced in two version; In Ashkenazi pronunciation, for Chabad families, and in Ivrit pronunciation, for Chabad House and Hebrew School children.
“We produced the album to make the 12 pesukim fun and exciting and to make it possible for every child to memorize them, as the Rebbe desired,” Rabbi Levin told Anash.org.
“Since the album came out, we have been playing it every night for our children, and every Sunday for our Hebrew School,” he said. “It is amazing to see how the music tracks have the children knowing and enjoying the 12 pesukim.”
AUDIO: Ashkenazi Pronunciation – for your family.
AUDIO: Ivrit Pronunciation – for Hebrew Schools, Camps, and Chabad House programs.
You can also find “The 12 Torah Passages” on Apple Music, Amazon music, and YouTube!