Watch: Singer Duvid Berger and the Yedidim Choir perform a Yiddish song with a story they attribute to the Tzemach Tzedek, along with a sand artist who illustrates the story as they sing.
On a recent Motzaei Shabbos at the Rayim Shabbaton, Duvid Berger and the Yedidim choir performed this song based on a Chabad story.
The song, called ‘Sod Shel Mashke’ is originally sung by Levy Falkowitz in his album ‘Toiv Lee’ and was composed by Avraham Mordechai Schwartz.
The composers attribute the story to the Tzemach Tzedek, however, they do not provide a source for the story.
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