Who Originally Sang V’Haviosim?

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  • #1517075
    yrechnitz
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    I am convinced that (King) M.B.D. is the original performer (MBD & FRIENDS), and all internet searches seem to agree. However, a friend of mine claims that it was originally Yerachmiel Begun/Miami. Anyone know who it was?

    #1517203
    yichusdik
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    I think it was the London Boys Choir, also known as the London Pirchei choir, maybe 1977 or 1978

    #1517205
    Yerushalmit
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    it was Yerachmiel Begun – but not Miami – it was PIRCHEI TORONTO

    #1517323
    midwesterner
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    First Toronto record. About 1974 or so. Soloist was David Buzaglo.

    #1517333
    yichusdik
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    On second thought, Yerushalmit is probably right. I grew up in Toronto and definitely listened to Pirchei Choir music around that time. Im probably mixing it up with a London Boys Choir album I’m sure we had at the time. And I think it may have been just a year or two before the Miami/Toronto collaboration album.

    #1517460
    iacisrmma
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    The problem with this question is that we don’t know which song he is actually referring to as there is one on
    the London Unplugged album, Dov Levine on the Vchulom Mekablim album, Dovid Stein has a version on his Melech album.

    #1517477
    on the ball
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    Definitely Pirchei Toronto. I still had the record a few years back . Same record as Hoireni, Modeh Ani, Urai Vonim, Al Al tiroh…..Ah I’m getting all nostalgic

    #1517502
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    First Toronto record. About 1974 or so. Soloist was David Buzaglo.

    Yep

    #1517504
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    The problem with this question is that we don’t know which song he is actually referring to

    We do, because it’s the one MBD sang on MBD and Friends.

    #1517506
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    According to the back of the record, it was composed by Shlomo Zolty, and Mordechai Paul also had a solo.

    #1517509
    mobico
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    1976 Toronto Pirchei. Classic album. most songs composed by Yerachmiel Begun, a very talented Bachur.

    #1517512
    yrechnitz
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    So I clarified with my friend today and he said it was Toronto, not Miami. Thanks. iacisrmma, I am referring to the one sung on MBD & Friends.

    #1517515
    yrechnitz
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    On the topic of original recordings, does anyone know if there is an actual studio recording of the song Sameyach which was composed by Mona Rosenblum and sung by MBD on the live In Jerusalem CD and HASC 5, and played by Moms on HASC 6 in a Mona Medley?

    #1517453
    Floofloo
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    I heardit was ripped off from Bob Dylan

    #1517555
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    On the topic of original recordings, does anyone know if there is an actual studio recording of the song Sameyach which was composed by Mona Rosenblum and sung by MBD on the live In Jerusalem CD and HASC 5, and played by Moms on HASC 6 in a Mona Medley?

    It was actually composed by R’ Baruch Chait and first appeared on a Kol Salonika tape called V’somachta.

    #1517557
    yrechnitz
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    Thanks. That’s a good starting point. Anyone have any other information?

    #1517559
    yrechnitz
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    Daasyochid, I just posted my comment while yours was awaiting moderation, and now that you answered my post makes no sense. Thanks so much for the answer.

    #1517565
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    You’re welcome.

    Was your previous comment directed at the Bob Dylan post? I’m quite skeptical.

    #1517567
    yrechnitz
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    Yes it was. Now I’m trying to find somewhere to buy it but no one has it online.

    #1517795
    Chaver
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    Didn’t Leibelle Haschel sing Vehviosim first?

    #1517843
    MDshweks
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    Yes it’s from the first Toronto, and yes many songs there were from Yerachmiel Begun (at age 16-17), but not this one. Vahavioisim was composed by “Shlomo Zolty”.

    BTW – It seems from the Toronto recording that there’s a third high part. Part of the choir sings the first part while other sing the high, therefore people took it to mean that it isn’t a third part but just a harmony, but I belive it was just because kids cannot go so high, and those that did, did so on “falsetto” voice…

    #1935490
    baron
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    Who is Shlomo Zolty?.did he compose other tunes?

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