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Nashim Tzidakaniyot
Voices of Geulah

Music produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy

Voices of Geulah!

Dear friends,

Previously, the Geulah was brought through the Zechusim of Nashim Tzidkaniyos. In Mitzrayim, the women anticipated the Geulah by packing musical instruments to bring to exile. The redemption occured through their Zechusim and their Emunah. When the Geulah arrived, they celebrated joyously with musical instruments and dancing.

The women in our generation have the power, too, to bring the Geulah. The Voices of Geulah album was created to reignite the yearning for the Geulah and to empower the Nashim Tzidkaniyos in our generation to do our part in bringing the Geulah. The power lies within us. We, as women, are spiritually in tune. We have a Binah Yeseirah that enables us to tap into unique feminine strength that will ultimately bring the ultimate Geulah.

The Voices of Geulah album is comprised of music that feels like redemption, music that inspires Nashim Tzidkaniyos to work towards the Geulah. The album conveys the various themes of Geulah, mentioned by Chazal, that we reaffirm to ourselves as we journey through the path from Galus to Geulah. As you listen to the melodious tunes, be uplifted by your personal longing for the redemption and allow yourself to be swayed by your deep and ever-present yearning for the Geulah.

Thank You, Hashem for the zechus of bringing this message to Am Yisrael. Thank You Hashem for all the wonderful singers, producers, and musicians that we have been blessed to work with and who have become a part of the TYH family. Thank You Hashem for our Rebbeim whose guidance and support has brought us to this special moment.

May we merit a rejuvenated closeness to Hakadosh Baruch Hu through the last stages preceding the redemption and see the rebuilding of the Bais Hamikdash B’Karov.

— TYH Nation


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Dust Off Those Tambourines. It’s Coming!

The year is 2448, and Moshe Rabbeinu has just given the word: We’re leaving! The Jews start to pack, but they’re skeptical. Escape? The Egyptians chariots will overtake the runaway slaves faster than it takes to bake a matza. Doubt. Fear. Confusion. And then, the women quietly slip something inside the suitcase. A tambourine. Because even if the men are uncertain, the women know: The Geula is about to happen. This is the secret of the Jewish woman. אין הדורות נגאלים אלא בזכות נשים צדקניות

The Jewish woman’s tambourine has been gathering dust for 3,300 years. But the song? If you listen closely, you can hear it reverberating, generation after generation. Throughout the galus, it was that song - the faith and optimism of our mothers and grandmothers - that kept us alive.

Now, it’s our moment in history. The final moment. Ladies, it’s time to dust off those tambourines. Because the Geula is coming.

The Nashim Tzidkaniyot Project

It was this conviction – that the Geula is at our doorstep, and it’s we women who’ll bring it– that inspired the just-released album Nashim Tzidkaniyot, put out by TYH Nation, the viral grassroots movement to spread Hashem-consciousness and gratitude.

This is not just a collection

of some of the greatest female singers, artists and influencers today, produced with the highest - level quality. The concept is truly epic: to use music to inspire and harness our feminine energy to bring the Final Redemption. To create a worldwide Geula movement. Are you ready?

Why Now?

When TYH Nation released its first women’s single, Never Alone, in June 2021, sung by Bracha Jaffe and Shaindy Plotzker, they were astounded by how quickly it took off. The song had clearly tapped into a massive yearning.

It was soon afterwards, when Faigy Blumstein was doing an Instagram Live interview with Bracha & Shaindy about the song, that the lightbulb went off.

“Bracha said that just like the first Geula happened in the zechus of women, whose faith was so strong that they prepared their instruments in advance, now it’s our generation’s mission to prepare for the Geula. Later, I sat with the TYH chevrah and said, this is something we need to do.”

Listening to the tracks, which are produced by top-tier producer Mendy Portnoy, is an incredible treat. From the opening “Greeting Mashiach Medley” that gets you bouncing to “Shivti B’veis Hashem”, a moving tefillah to rebuild Hashem’s House and also build our own individual homes, to the gorgeous “Mama”, a stirring plea to Mama Rachel – and to all women - to “storm the Heavens with your voice” – the album is a magnificent combination of music, inspiration and prayer.

There are two meditation pieces – a recital of Ani Maamin by Danielle Renov and Nishmas by Charlene Aminoff – with background music that helps you feel the words.   And “Nashim Tzidkaniyot” features a special surprise - a medley of hundreds of women and girls from across the world who sent in clips of their voices, poignantly representing the power of this project.

The stunning cover artwork perfectly captures the color and energy of the album. As artist Shani Levin explains, “We women were out in force and color when it all began, and we will be there again iy”H to greet Mashiach bekarov!”

The album is dedicated in memory of Bessie Weiss a”h, a Holocaust survivor who held onto her deep emunah and merited to see her personal geula, going on to establish an illustrious family and build the Los Angeles Jewish community.

When Future Care Consultants, a healthcare management company, heard about the album, they were so excited that they asked to partner with us. Future Care Consultants, a fast-growing company with branches in many of the major frum centers in the U.S. and Israel, is a large employer of women, and believes strongly in giving women the wherewithal to harness their natural kochos. Which is exactly what this project is about.

Abbey Wolin, who’s overseeing the album’s marketing, is thrilled about the opportunity to get this message out to the world. “We professionally videoed each artist talking about her take on Mashiach, Geula and why this album is so important for our generation. Their stories and messages are so relatable and offer hope when it seems Geula is so far away.”

Look out for these inspirational videos, which they’ll be rolling out over the next few months on their social channels and YouTube.

“We want this album to be the start of a movement,” says Faigy. “The singers are excited to become ambassadors for the mission. They’re ready to go to schools, to camps and concerts and lead the women and girls in song and dance. We’re planning events and contests in the coming months, to spread the excitement. We want to get everyone singing!”

She adds, “This isn’t just about awaiting the Final Redemption. It’s about learning to recognize and draw strength from the smaller ‘geula moments’ in our lives - those moments that we see Hashem’s Hand and feel connected. That’s when we need to grab our tambourines and celebrate. Geula is about feeling Hashem’s Presence in a powerful way; let’s show Him the joy we have in connecting - and tell Him we want more!”

Yes, the time has come. As we daven this Rosh Hashana that this year be THE year, let’s prepare ourselves. Let’s declare together in song:

Hashem! Your daughters are ready.

Article written and edited by Gila Arnold


Greeting Moshiach
Faigy Blumstein

Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios
Soundtrack: Mendy Portnoy
Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel

Nashim Tzidkaniyot
Bracha Jaffe


 

“The nations will be redeemed through the righteous women of the generation.” The first Geulah occurred through the merit of Nashim Tzidkaniyos who anticipated it by bringing their instruments to exile. The redemption was brought through their Zechusim and unwavering Emunah. When the Geulah arrived, they celebrated joyously with musical instruments and dancing. So too, the final Geulah, our Geulah, will happen through the Nashim Tzidkaniyos who are preparing for the Geulah through Tefillos, yearning, and singing along with the Voices of Geulah.

....אין הדורות נגאלים אלא בזכות נשים צדקניות
- מדרש זוטא רות ד, יא

Written by The Blumstein Brothers & Mendy Portnoy | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidan | Bass: Dani Shnaiderman | Guitars: Noam Berg | Kanun: Amir Alaev | Backing vocals: Bracha Jaffe and Talia Yona | Choir: Hundres of women & girls from around the world | Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel

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“The nations will be redeemed through the righteous women of the generation.” The first Geulah occurred through the merit of Nashim Tzidkaniyos who anticipated it by bringing their instruments to exile. The redemption was brought through their Zechusim and unwavering Emunah. When the Geulah arrived, they celebrated joyously with musical instruments and dancing. So too, the final Geulah, our Geulah, will happen through the Nashim Tzidkaniyos who are preparing for the Geulah through Tefillos, yearning, and singing along with the Voices of Geulah.

....אין הדורות נגאלים אלא בזכות נשים צדקניות
- מדרש זוטא רות ד, יא

Written by the Blumstein Brothers | Bridge written by Mendy Portnoy | Bridge lyrics written by Sara Gross | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidani | Bass: Dave Anderson | Guitars: Noam Berg | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Vocals recorded by Jeremy (Yaakov) Englander at Bluedoor studios | Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel

Bais Hashem
Aliza Loeb

 

This song reflects a parent’s deepest wish and Tefillah. A parent hopes that his home will be filled with the glow of Hashem’s presence. A parent davens that his home will be a place of joy through Torah and Mitzvos. Similarly, Hashem desires a home, a dwelling place, on Earth. The song Bais Hashem invites Hakadosh Baruch Hu to make our homes His dwelling place. Our homes should be filled with His Shechinah, transformed into a Mikdash Hashem. When we daven for a Mikdash within our home, we are essentially davening for the Bais Hamikdash, the ultimate Geulah, as well.

אַחַת שָׁאַלְתִּי   - one thing I ask of you Hashem
שִׁבְתִּי בְּבֵית יְהוָה כָּל יְמֵי חַיַּי - one thing I ask, I ask for a home, a Bais Hashem

Bridge: A home that invites you, where you long to be bursting with joy, warmth and light. A Home filled with peace and compassion and Sweet Harmony. Together we hold on so Tight.
Tehilim 27,4

Written by the Blumstein Brothers | Bridge written by Mendy Portnoy | Bridge lyrics written by Sara Gross | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidani | Bass: Dave Anderson | Guitars: Noam Berg | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Vocals recorded by Jeremy (Yaakov) Englander at Bluedoor studios | Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel

 

 

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This song reflects a parent’s deepest wish and Tefillah. A parent hopes that his home will be filled with the glow of Hashem’s presence. A parent davens that his home will be a place of joy through Torah and Mitzvos. Similarly, Hashem desires a home, a dwelling place, on Earth. The song Bais Hashem invites Hakadosh Baruch Hu to make our homes His dwelling place. Our homes should be filled with His Shechinah, transformed into a Mikdash Hashem. When we daven for a Mikdash within our home, we are essentially davening for the Bais Hamikdash, the ultimate Geulah, as well.

אַחַת שָׁאַלְתִּי   - one thing I ask of you Hashem
שִׁבְתִּי בְּבֵית יְהוָה כָּל יְמֵי חַיַּי - one thing I ask, I ask for a home, a Bais Hashem

Bridge: A home that invites you, where you long to be bursting with joy, warmth and light. A Home filled with peace and compassion and Sweet Harmony. Together we hold on so Tight.
Tehilim 27,4

Written by the Blumstein Brothers | Bridge written by Mendy Portnoy | Bridge lyrics written by Sara Gross | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidani | Bass: Dave Anderson | Guitars: Noam Berg | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Vocals recorded by Jeremy (Yaakov) Englander at Bluedoor studios | Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel

Just Want
Devorah Schwartz

 

The Jewish nation as a unit is constantly searching for a higher goal. After all, our purpose in this world is about seeking a higher connection with Hakadosh Baruch Hu through our Avodah. At times, the path towards a higher spiritual living seems scattered with obstacles, leaving a Yid feeling dejected or unhopeful. The Ba’al Shem Tov stated, “Any Yid who wants to accomplish a goal succeeds. A Jew only fails when he does not try to accomplish his goal.” The moment a Yid desires a mode of higher living, he can achieve it. Where there is a will, there is a way. More than just a motivational phrase, the willpower itself manifests into a positive energy which creates Malachim who pave a Yid’s way towards achieving his goals. A Jewish woman’s desire is so uniquely powerful, that by simply contemplating over her longing for the Geulah, she can bring the redemption closer.

אין אדם שלא יכול, יש אדם שלא רוצה. ברגע שאדם ירצה, הוא גם יוכל
Just want, just want, a yid just has to want and he will succeed

Produced and arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Additional Production by Izzy D Jay | Guitars: Yair Maizlish | Bass: Dani Shnaiderman | Vocals Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Mixed and Mastered by Izzy D Jay



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The Jewish nation as a unit is constantly searching for a higher goal. After all, our purpose in this world is about seeking a higher connection with Hakadosh Baruch Hu through our Avodah. At times, the path towards a higher spiritual living seems scattered with obstacles, leaving a Yid feeling dejected or unhopeful. The Ba’al Shem Tov stated, “Any Yid who wants to accomplish a goal succeeds. A Jew only fails when he does not try to accomplish his goal.” The moment a Yid desires a mode of higher living, he can achieve it. Where there is a will, there is a way. More than just a motivational phrase, the willpower itself manifests into a positive energy which creates Malachim who pave a Yid’s way towards achieving his goals. A Jewish woman’s desire is so uniquely powerful, that by simply contemplating over her longing for the Geulah, she can bring the redemption closer.

אין אדם שלא יכול, יש אדם שלא רוצה. ברגע שאדם ירצה, הוא גם יוכל
Just want, just want, a yid just has to want and he will succeed

Produced and arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Additional Production by Izzy D Jay | Guitars: Yair Maizlish | Bass: Dani Shnaiderman | Vocals Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Mixed and Mastered by Izzy D Ja


A Yiddishe Heart
Rachel Blumstein

 

The piece allows us to tap into the knowledge that each and every Jew is special because we have a “Chelek Elokim,” a piece of Hashem within us. Our bodies are purely physical, and it is our holy Neshamos that imbue us with a higher purpose of living. Our Neshamos, ultimately, give us unlimited potential to accomplish a Kirvus Elokim, a closeness to Hashem, while we live on Earth. We hope that one day, very soon, that closeness will be magnified through the redemption.

Written and composed by Hershy Rottenberg | Additional Lyric by Chayala Neuhaus | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidani |Bass: Dani Shnaiderman | Guitars: Noam Burg | Cello: Yoed Nir | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Backing Vocals: Menucha Abraham | Mixed and mastered by Shai Sivan

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The piece allows us to tap into the knowledge that each and every Jew is special because we have a “Chelek Elokim,” a piece of Hashem within us. Our bodies are purely physical, and it is our holy Neshamos that imbue us with a higher purpose of living. Our Neshamos, ultimately, give us unlimited potential to accomplish a Kirvus Elokim, a closeness to Hashem, while we live on Earth. We hope that one day, very soon, that closeness will be magnified through the redemption.

Written and composed by Hershy Rottenberg | Additional Lyric by Chayala Neuhaus | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidani |Bass: Dani Shnaiderman | Guitars: Noam Burg | Cello: Yoed Nir | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Backing Vocals: Menucha Abraham | Mixed and mastered by Shai Sivan

Melech Hamoshiach
Sorah Shaffren feat. TYH Girls

 

“B’Itah Achishenah.” The Pasuk mentions that the redemption can occur through two methods. The Geulah can be brought in its set time, according to the timeline that Hashem designed, or it can take place through Klal Yisrael’s Tefillos, merits, and Kabbalos. Klal Yisrael, however, would have to endure a level of hardship and create a Tikkun for Mashiach to arrive before its predestined time. Alternately, Hashem has the power to combine past, present, and future. Therefore, when davening for Mashiach, Klal Yisrael should ask Hakadosh Baruch Hu to conjoin the present and the future, thereby bringing Mashiach now and in its right time, without requiring a Tikkun.

בְּעִתָּ֥הּ אֲחִישֶֽׁנָּה׃
Mashiach, Mashiach, Melech Hamoshiach - We want Mashaich now
ישעיהו ס כב

Written and Composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Berg | Trombone: Danny Flam | Trumpet: Kai sandova, Sam Hoyt | Saxophones: Gilad Brounstein | Vocals Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at MP Studios | TYH girls Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios| Mixed and mastered by Ronen Hillel

 

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“B’Itah Achishenah.” The Pasuk mentions that the redemption can occur through two methods. The Geulah can be brought in its set time, according to the timeline that Hashem designed, or it can take place through Klal Yisrael’s Tefillos, merits, and Kabbalos. Klal Yisrael, however, would have to endure a level of hardship and create a Tikkun for Mashiach to arrive before its predestined time. Alternately, Hashem has the power to combine past, present, and future. Therefore, when davening for Mashiach, Klal Yisrael should ask Hakadosh Baruch Hu to conjoin the present and the future, thereby bringing Mashiach now and in its right time, without requiring a Tikkun.

בְּעִתָּ֥הּ אֲחִישֶֽׁנָּה׃
Mashiach, Mashiach, Melech Hamoshiach - We want Mashaich now
ישעיהו ס כב

Written and Composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Berg | Trombone: Danny Flam | Trumpet: Kai sandova, Sam Hoyt | Saxophones: Gilad Brounstein | Vocals Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at MP Studios | TYH girls Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios| Mixed and mastered by Ronen Hillel

Mameh
Bracha Jaffe & Shaindy Plotzker
 

 

Mama Rachel, Klal Yisrael’s mother, cries out to Hashem on behalf of her children. She beseeches Him to return her children to Eretz Yisrael in a state of redemption and closeness to Hashem. Her Tefillos pierce Shamayim, as only a mother’s Tefillah can. Like Mama Rachel, we too, are encouraged to use our voice, our Kol, as a means to daven to Hakadosh Baruch Hu to bring the Geulah. The message of the song Mama Rachel is to empower the women and mothers in our generation to emulate Mama Rachael by channeling their voices to daven for the Geulah.

Written and composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Burg | Cello: Yoed Nir | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Intro and outro Vocals: Amalia Jaffe | Shaindy Vocals recorded by Daniel Kapler at Playmaster Studios | Bracha Vocals recorded by Ian Freitor at Playmaster Studios | Additional Vocals Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable studios | Backing Vocals: Bracha Jaffe | Mixed and mastered by Ronen Hillel

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Mama Rachel, Klal Yisrael’s mother, cries out to Hashem on behalf of her children. She beseeches Him to return her children to Eretz Yisrael in a state of redemption and closeness to Hashem. Her Tefillos pierce Shamayim, as only a mother’s Tefillah can. Like Mama Rachel, we too, are encouraged to use our voice, our Kol, as a means to daven to Hakadosh Baruch Hu to bring the Geulah. The message of the song Mama Rachel is to empower the women and mothers in our generation to emulate Mama Rachael by channeling their voices to daven for the Geulah.

Written and composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Burg | Cello: Yoed Nir | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Intro and outro Vocals: Amalia Jaffe | Shaindy Vocals recorded by Daniel Kapler at Playmaster Studios | Bracha Vocals recorded by Ian Freitor at Playmaster Studios | Additional Vocals Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable studios | Backing Vocals: Bracha Jaffe | Mixed and mastered by Ronen Hillel


Emunah Pshutah
Chaya Kogan

 

Emunah has innumerable layers that are discovered throughout a Jew’s lifetime. A Yid’s belief in Hashem is produced through deep introspection and recognizing Hashem in his actions. Emunah Peshuta, or pure faith, however, is not something that is developed. It simply exists. A Jew wholeheartedly, by nature, believes in Hakadosh Baruch Hu. Even if he is unaware that he Jewish, his Pintele Yid compels him to believe in a Higher Being. Emunah Peshutah is a hartzig piece of music, reminding us of our pure belief in Hashem and His ability to redeem us.

Written and composed by the Blumstein Brothers | Lyrics by Chaya Kogan| Music Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Additional Lyrics by Chaya Kogan | Guitars: Noam Hargol | Backing Vocals: Menucha Abraham | Vocals recorded by Jonathan Friedlander at Quality Sound Studios (Jerusalem) | Mixed by Rafi Barides

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Emunah has innumerable layers that are discovered throughout a Jew’s lifetime. A Yid’s belief in Hashem is produced through deep introspection and recognizing Hashem in his actions. Emunah Peshuta, or pure faith, however, is not something that is developed. It simply exists. A Jew wholeheartedly, by nature, believes in Hakadosh Baruch Hu. Even if he is unaware that he Jewish, his Pintele Yid compels him to believe in a Higher Being. Emunah Peshutah is a hartzig piece of music, reminding us of our pure belief in Hashem and His ability to redeem us.

Written and composed by the Blumstein Brothers | Lyrics by Chaya Kogan| Music Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Additional Lyrics by Chaya Kogan | Guitars: Noam Hargol | Backing Vocals: Menucha Abraham | Vocals recorded by Jonathan Friedlander at Quality Sound Studios (Jerusalem) | Mixed by Rafi Barides

Take Us Home
Menucha Abraham
 

 

This song is based on the Pasuk, “Shomati Es Tefillasecha … Ani Rofeh Lach.” Hashem hears our prayers and says “I will heal you.” The Refuah to our generation-long suffering is the Geulah. With the coming of the redemption and an additional closeness to Hashem, an alleviation of suffering will occur. Klal Yisrael will be healed from sickness, and our loved ones will return to this world. There is comfort in knowing that the Geulah will bring a definite end to all suffering. Until then, the thought will compel us to daven and yearn for the final redemption.

Composed by the Blumstein Brothers | Music Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Hargol | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Cello: Yoed Nir | Backing Vocals: Menucha Abraham | Vocals recorded by Jonathan Friedlander at Quality Sound Studios (Jerusalem) | Mixed and Mastered by Yaron Saffer

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This song is based on the Pasuk, “Shomati Es Tefillasecha … Ani Rofeh Lach.” Hashem hears our prayers and says “I will heal you.” The Refuah to our generation-long suffering is the Geulah. With the coming of the redemption and an additional closeness to Hashem, an alleviation of suffering will occur. Klal Yisrael will be healed from sickness, and our loved ones will return to this world. There is comfort in knowing that the Geulah will bring a definite end to all suffering. Until then, the thought will compel us to daven and yearn for the final redemption.

Composed by the Blumstein Brothers | Music Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Hargol | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Cello: Yoed Nir | Backing Vocals: Menucha Abraham | Vocals recorded by Jonathan Friedlander at Quality Sound Studios (Jerusalem)| Mixed and Mastered by Yaron Saffer

The Friendship Song
Molly Berg,
Mali, & Shimi Adar


 

“Chaverim kol yisrael.” The Pasuk states that when all Jews are one, Hashem will gather us from all four corners of the Earth and return us to Eretz Yisrael. When Klal Yisrael is connected and views each and every Jew as a reflection of himself, the Geulah is brought closer by leaps and bounds. Loving another Jew as a family member will bring the redemption closer. Naturally, we notice each other's differences. Our similarities, in actuality, are far greater, and our mission is to cherish all Yidden. Wholehearted and undiluted love for the entire Jewish nation will bring the Geulah.

Song written and composed by Molly Berg
Ukulele and acoustic guitars : Noam Berg | Guitars: Yair Maizlish | Trumpet Trombone: Danny Flam | Baritone Sax: Eitan Goffman | Mixed by Yaron Safer| Mastered by Ronen Hillel

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“Chaverim kol yisrael.” The Pasuk states that when all Jews are one, Hashem will gather us from all four corners of the Earth and return us to Eretz Yisrael. When Klal Yisrael is connected and views each and every Jew as a reflection of himself, the Geulah is brought closer by leaps and bounds. Loving another Jew as a family member will bring the redemption closer. Naturally, we notice each other's differences. Our similarities, in actuality, are far greater, and our mission is to cherish all Yidden. Wholehearted and undiluted love for the entire Jewish nation will bring the Geulah.

Song written and composed by Molly Berg
Ukulele and acoustic guitars : Noam Berg | Guitars: Yair Maizlish | Trumpet Trombone: Danny Flam | Baritone Sax: Eitan Goffman | Mixed by Yaron Safer| Mastered by Ronen Hillel


Nishmas Meditation
Charlene Aminoff


A Jew’s mission in a world that is buzzing with distraction is to recognize Hashem’s presence in his life. It’s far too easy to take the Brachos in our lives for granted. Hakaras Hatov not only has the power to alter our perspective, it can actually remove the challenges that we struggle with. When individuals went to Rav Chaim Kanievsky for a Bracha, the Rebbetzin would hand them a Nishmas leaflet, encouraging them to focus on the meaning of each word and offer Shevach to Hashem. The Tefillah of Nishmas has a distinct power to erase our challenges and replace them with an overflow of blessing. Nishmas Kol Chai delves into the theme of gratitude and attributes all our facets, health, and wealth to Hakadosh Baruch Hu. Gratitude yields the secret to an abundance of Bracha.

Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Soundtrack by Mendy Portnoy | Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel

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A Jew’s mission in a world that is buzzing with distraction is to recognize Hashem’s presence in his life. It’s far too easy to take the Brachos in our lives for granted. Hakaras Hatov not only has the power to alter our perspective, it can actually remove the challenges that we struggle with. When individuals went to Rav Chaim Kanievsky for a Bracha, the Rebbetzin would hand them a Nishmas leaflet, encouraging them to focus on the meaning of each word and offer Shevach to Hashem. The Tefillah of Nishmas has a distinct power to erase our challenges and replace them with an overflow of blessing. Nishmas Kol Chai delves into the theme of gratitude and attributes all our facets, health, and wealth to Hakadosh Baruch Hu. Gratitude yields the secret to an abundance of Bracha.

Recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Soundtrack by Mendy Portnoy | Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel

It's All From You
Shaindel Antelis feat. TYH Girls


Our current generation is one of the last in the greater time span preceding the Geulah. Klal Yisrael is in its final sprint before the finish line, and often, that stage is the most difficult to overcome. The key to succeeding through the last stretch is to picture the ending, the Geulah. When we imagine Hakadosh Baruch Hu opening His arms and enveloping us in the Kedusha of the Bais Hamikdash, we can muster the strength to continue the race. “Ein od milvado,” it’s all from Hashem. With the knowledge that each and every blessing and challenge is from Hashem, we can continue to remain strong until Mashiach’s arrival.

Written and composed by the Blumstein Brothers | Guitars: Ziv Shalev | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Vocals recorded by Yehuda Goldglancz | TYH Girls recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Mixed and Mastered by Yaron Saffer

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Our current generation is one of the last in the greater time span preceding the Geulah. Klal Yisrael is in its final sprint before the finish line, and often, that stage is the most difficult to overcome. The key to succeeding through the last stretch is to picture the ending, the Geulah. When we imagine Hakadosh Baruch Hu opening His arms and enveloping us in the Kedusha of the Bais Hamikdash, we can muster the strength to continue the race. “Ein od milvado,” it’s all from Hashem. With the knowledge that each and every blessing and challenge is from Hashem, we can continue to remain strong until Mashiach’s arrival.

Written and composed by the Blumstein Brothers | Guitars: Ziv Shalev | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Vocals recorded by Yehuda Goldglancz | TYH Girls recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Mixed and Mastered by Yaron Saffer

Big Tzadekes
Sorah Shaffre


This piece is adapted from a song composed by Rabbi Ephraim Wachsman. The lyrics speak about trusting that Hashem is Omnipresent and involved in our lives. Often, when a Yid goes through a challenge, he feels alone. He questions, “Why do I have to endure this difficult struggle?” We must realize that Hakadosh Baruch Hu is present with us through our Nisyonos, that our brothers and sisters also struggle with their own challenges, and that our struggles are uniquely designed for us. Ultimately, tracing our challenges back to Hashem and accepting them as designed solely for us is what will allay our fears.

Verse melody and original Lyric concept & Veamech - De Rebbe Rabbi Jungreis
Chorus melody and Original Lyric concept - Mendy Worch & The Blumstein Brothers
Lyrics adapted by Sorah Shafren

Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Berg | Vocals recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Mendy Portnoy Studios | Mixed by Lee Miles | Mastered by Ronen Hillel




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This piece is adapted from a song composed by Rabbi Ephraim Wachsman. The lyrics speak about trusting that Hashem is Omnipresent and involved in our lives. Often, when a Yid goes through a challenge, he feels alone. He questions, “Why do I have to endure this difficult struggle?” We must realize that Hakadosh Baruch Hu is present with us through our Nisyonos, that our brothers and sisters also struggle with their own challenges, and that our struggles are uniquely designed for us. Ultimately, tracing our challenges back to Hashem and accepting them as designed solely for us is what will allay our fears.

Verse melody and original Lyric concept & Veamech - De Rebbe Rabbi Jungreis

Chorus melody and Original Lyric concept - Mendy Worch & The Blumstein Brothers

Lyrics adapted by Sorah Shafren

Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Berg | Vocals recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Mendy Portnoy Studios | Mixed by Lee Miles | Mastered by Ronen Hillel

Holding On
Shaindy Plotzker

 
This piece is adapted from a song composed by Rabbi Ephraim Wachsman. The lyrics speak about trusting that Hashem is Omnipresent and involved in our lives. Often, when a Yid goes through a challenge, he feels alone. He questions, “Why do I have to endure this difficult struggle?” We must realize that Hakadosh Baruch Hu is present with us through our Nisyonos, that our brothers and sisters also struggle with their own challenges, and that our struggles are uniquely designed for us. Ultimately, tracing our challenges back to Hashem and accepting them as designed solely for us is what will allay our fears.

Song composed by: Shaindy Plotzker and Mendy Portnoy | Adapted from “I Believe” written by R’ Efraim Wachsman | Additional lyrics written by: Shaindy Plotzker and Bella Levitan | Music produced by: Mendy Portnoy | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Burg | Backing vocals by: Menucha Abraham | String arrangement by: Cremain Brooker | Vocals recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Mixed by: Ben Wallick | Mastered by: Connor Salmoral

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 This piece is adapted from a song composed by Rabbi Ephraim Wachsman. The lyrics speak about trusting that Hashem is Omnipresent and involved in our lives. Often, when a Yid goes through a challenge, he feels alone. He questions, “Why do I have to endure this difficult struggle?” We must realize that Hakadosh Baruch Hu is present with us through our Nisyonos, that our brothers and sisters also struggle with their own challenges, and that our struggles are uniquely designed for us. Ultimately, tracing our challenges back to Hashem and accepting them as designed solely for us is what will allay our fears.

Song composed by: Shaindy Plotzker and Mendy Portnoy | Adapted from “I Believe” written by R’ Efraim Wachsman | Additional lyrics written by: Shaindy Plotzker and Bella Levitan | Music produced by: Mendy Portnoy | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Burg | Backing vocals by: Menucha Abraham | String arrangement by: Cremain Brooker | Vocals recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios | Mixed by: Ben Wallick | Mastered by: Connor Salmoral

Gracias Hashem
Jezliah


The piece Gracias Hashem celebrates Jezliah’s path to Yiddishkeit and the appreciation she feels towards being part of Hashem’s Am Kodesh. The Spanish mood of this track encapsulates Jezliah’s love of Torah and Mitzvos, her roots, and the uphill journey she faced in hopes of becoming Hashem’s child, and a part of His beloved nation. As Jews, Hakaras Hatov is an integral part of our lives. The essence of a Jew’s existence is to recognize his Creator and develop a closeness to Hashe. Gratitude is the key that unlocks a renewed perception of the world and all its incredible blessings. As you listen to this piece, allow yourself to be uplifted by the music and hone in on recognizing your Brachos.

Original Thank You Hashem Song Written and Composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Adapted, produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Burg | Piano/keys: Mendy Portnoy | Mixed by Gosteffects | Trumpet by: Kai Sandoval & Sam hoyt | Trombone: Danny Flam | Percussion: Daniel Sadownick | Mastered by: Ronen Hillel

Original Thank You Hashem Song Written and Composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Adapted, produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Burg | Piano/keys: Mendy Portnoy | Mixed by Gosteffects | Trumpet by: Kai Sandoval & Sam hoyt | Trombone: Danny Flam | Percussion: Daniel Sadownick | Mastered by: Ronen Hillel



 

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The piece Gracias Hashem celebrates Jezliah’s path to Yiddishkeit and the appreciation she feels towards being part of Hashem’s Am Kodesh. The Spanish mood of this track encapsulates Jezliah’s love of Torah and Mitzvos, her roots, and the uphill journey she faced in hopes of becoming Hashem’s child, and a part of His beloved nation. As Jews, Hakaras Hatov is an integral part of our lives. The essence of a Jew’s existence is to recognize his Creator and develop a closeness to Hashe. Gratitude is the key that unlocks a renewed perception of the world and all its incredible blessings. As you listen to this piece, allow yourself to be uplifted by the music and hone in on recognizing your Brachos.

Original Thank You Hashem Song Written and Composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Adapted, produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Guitars: Noam Burg | Piano/keys: Mendy Portnoy | Mixed by Gosteffects | Trumpet by: Kai Sandoval & Sam hoyt | Trombone: Danny Flam | Percussion: Daniel Sadownick | Mastered by: Ronen Hillel

Eliyahu
Judith Gerzi
 


Eliyahu Hanavi is among one of the few whose Neshama never left this world. The Pasuk states that he was brought to Shamayim, alive, surrounded by a chariot of fire. Eliyahu is our connection to Mashiach, and he visits each Bris and Pesach Seder. He is our only link to a time of closeness and prophecy. Eliyahu Hanavi will join Mashiach in reuniting Klal Yisrael and escorting them to Eretz Yisrael. Eliyahu, our link to a connection to Hashem, will usher us into the Beis Hamikdash.

Composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Produced and arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidani | Guitars: Guy Kopelman | Strings: Arranged and Performed by Yoed Nir | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Backing vocals: Menucha Abraham, Talia Yona Kliger | Mixed by Yaron Safer | Mastered by Ronen Hillel

 

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Eliyahu Hanavi is among one of the few whose Neshama never left this world. The Pasuk states that he was brought to Shamayim, alive, surrounded by a chariot of fire. Eliyahu is our connection to Mashiach, and he visits each Bris and Pesach Seder. He is our only link to a time of closeness and prophecy. Eliyahu Hanavi will join Mashiach in reuniting Klal Yisrael and escorting them to Eretz Yisrael. Eliyahu, our link to a connection to Hashem, will usher us into the Beis Hamikdash.

Composed by The Blumstein Brothers | Produced and arranged by Mendy Portnoy | Drums: Avi Avidani | Guitars: Guy Kopelman | Strings: Arranged and Performed by Yoed Nir | Piano: Mendy Portnoy | Backing vocals: Menucha Abraham, Talia Yona Kliger | Mixed by Yaron Safer | Mastered by Ronen Hillel

Ani Maamin Meditation
Danielle Renov

 

Ani Maamin, the 13 principles of a Yid’s Bitachon, are recited each and every morning, often by routine. When we direct our attention to its meanings, it helps us incorporate Emunah and Bitachon into our lives. Focusing on the age-old words of Ani Maamin evokes a sense of menuchas hanefesh and longing. A Jew will feel inner peace as a result of acknowledging that Hakadosh Baruch Hu runs the world and is involved in all its details. With this knowledge, a Yid does his Hishtadlus and tries his best, but he knows that everything is ultimately in Hashem’s hands. Emunah is known to eliminate stress from one’s life. The Ani Maamin’s will also eke out a deep longing. The words, “Ani Maamin… B’Bias Hamashiach,” evoke a deep sense of desire for the Geulah and allows a Yid to hone in on his longing for Mashiach.

Recorded by Jonathan Friedlander | Soundtrack by Mendy Portnoy

 

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Ani Maamin, the 13 principles of a Yid’s Bitachon, are recited each and every morning, often by routine. When we direct our attention to its meanings, it helps us incorporate Emunah and Bitachon into our lives. Focusing on the age-old words of Ani Maamin evokes a sense of menuchas hanefesh and longing. A Jew will feel inner peace as a result of acknowledging that Hakadosh Baruch Hu runs the world and is involved in all its details. With this knowledge, a Yid does his Hishtadlus and tries his best, but he knows that everything is ultimately in Hashem’s hands. Emunah is known to eliminate stress from one’s life. The Ani Maamin’s will also eke out a deep longing. The words, “Ani Maamin… B’Bias Hamashiach,” evoke a deep sense of desire for the Geulah and allows a Yid to hone in on his longing for Mashiach.

Recorded by Jonathan Friedlander | Soundtrack by Mendy Portnoy


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