25 Adar 5781 / Tuesday, March 09, 2021 | Torah Reading: Vayakhel - Pekudei
 
dot  Add to favorites   dot  Set as homepage  
 
   
    Create an account    |    Sign in
  
    My Account     Orders History     Help
 
 
  My Country:  
  United States   
 
   Language:  
  English   
 
   My Currency:  
  US Dollar   
 
   
Home Page Torah Portion Spirituality and Faith Foundations of Judaism Inspirational Stories Family & Daily Life Holidays and Fast Days Israel and Society
   Israel and Aliyah     Noahide World     Current Affairs     Jewish Music and Arts             
 
  More  
 
 
 
Jewish Music and Arts  
 
HomeIsrael and SocietyJewish Music and Arts
 
  Advanced Search
   Articles
 
   Search
 
            
 

 Jewish Music and Arts Jewish Music and Arts
 
 
Katonti  
  Katonti  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 12/5/2020, 18:19
 
Listen to Yonatan Razel’s stirring “Katonti” - the words of Yaakov’s prayer before his encounter with Esau when he returns to Eretz Yisrael.  


Lev Tahor (A Pure Heart)  
  Lev Tahor (A Pure Heart)  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 12/12/2020, 19:28
 
Lev Tahor is a constant inspiration of hitchadshut (renewal). "Create within me a pure heart Hashem and renew inside me a new spirit."  


אחת שאלתי (One Thing I Ask)  
  אחת שאלתי (One Thing I Ask)  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 11/28/2020, 19:34
 
The Razel family (Rav Micha, Yonatan, Aaron, and Rav Yehuda) composed this song when they completed Shas (ש"ס) together with thousands of Jews around the world.  


מעט מן האור (A Little Bit of Light)  
  מעט מן האור (A Little Bit of Light)  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 11/21/2020, 18:41
 
"Elyon" (from the names Elizer Kosoy and Yonason Hill) has released a new album “Me’at Min Ha’Or” - A Little Bit of Light.  


Shalom, Master of the Universe - Gad Elbaz  
  Shalom, Master of the Universe - Gad Elbaz  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 11/14/2020, 18:19
 
Gad Elbaz shares the experience of his personal exile in this new single. Hebrew lyrics with English translation.  


L  
  L'David (By David)  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 10/31/2020, 18:59
 
This song carries within it the calm that comes with knowing that Hashem loves us and shelters us. There is only Him. See the light, and sing along.  


B  
  B'Shuvcha (In Your Return)  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 10/10/2020, 19:49
 
The corona virus entered our lives and brought many questions and fears. A person must remember that the only thing to hold onto is emuna.  


Adam Yesodo (אדם יסודו)  
  Adam Yesodo (אדם יסודו)  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 10/10/2020, 20:16
 
Listen to the words from a song that is part of the Rosh Hashana -Yom Kippur liturgy. May we sing our way through the Book of the Living for the ONE above!  


Peace in the World  
  Peace in the World  
 
By Nissim Black
Update date: 10/20/2020, 12:44
 
Nissim Black and Avi Delevanti bring this song - in French, Hebrew, and English - to show the unity of mankind in Jerusalem.  


Tagid Todah (Say "Thank You")  
  Tagid Todah (Say "Thank You")  
 
By Nissim Black
Update date: 9/21/2020, 07:35
 
Inspired by the teachings of Rebbe Nachman and Rabbi Arush, Nissim Black and Netanel Israel created a new single for Rosh Hashanah in Uman.  


Oh HaShem  
  Oh HaShem  
 
By Moshe Storch
Update date: 9/12/2020, 21:03
 
Follow Moshe Storch’s journey to create a song about hitbodedut. Join him and create the relationship with Hashem that He so dearly wants!  


Uman  
  Uman  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 8/29/2020, 21:09
 
This melody always brings me back to a place of calm, to a place of rest, to a place simply of faith. To Uman.  


Lost in You  
  Lost in You  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Update date: 8/19/2020, 08:02
 
Yosef Daniel released a single about his personal journey to Hashem. “I once lived in darkness; Hashem gave me His light. My mission is to spread this light. Join me."  


Avo El Hamelech (I Will Come Before the King)  
  Avo El Hamelech (I Will Come Before the King)  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 3/2/2021, 13:22
 
“Avo el Hamelech” is from Megillat Esther. Queen Esther tells us ‘whether you feel it or not, AVO EL HAMELECH – COME BEFORE THE KING.’  


Thank You  
  Thank You  
 
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 8/24/2020, 10:01
 
Join me as we embark on this musical journey together to create 40 new songs this year, 40 new opportunities to open our hearts and grow closer to each other and to HaShem.  


BackBack  1    2    3    4    5    6    7   NextNext
 
 
 
  
In Honor of:    In Memory of:
  
 
Like What You Read?
 
Help Breslev Israel spread the light of Rebbe Nachman
across the globe, and be a partner in making a better world.
 
Click here to support Breslev.co.il
  
 
 
 Products of the Day Products of the Day
 
 
 
 
Back  1 2 3  Next
 
 
 
 
  •  
     
  •  
     
  •  
     
  •  
     
 
Back  1 2 3  Next
 
 
 Most talked about Most talked about
 
 
 
 
Up  1 2 3  Down
 
 
 Most read Most read
 
 
 
 
Up  1 2 3  Down
 
 
 Facebook Facebook
 
 
 
 Mailing List Mailing List
 
 
 
Subscribe Here:   
 
   
 

 
 



  
 
 
open toolbar