Jewish Singers & Celebrities Share Inspirational Messages For The Bar Mitzvah of Shimmy Schmeltzer
Listen to some Jewish celebrities where they share inspirational messages with the youth. MBD, Avraham Fried, Yaakov Shwekey, Nissim Black, Shulem Lemmer, Berry weber, Shmilu Ungar, Levy Falkowitz, Avrum Mordche Schwartz, Yeedle, Velve Feldman, Yossi Green, Benny Friedman, Joey Newcomb, Yoely Lebowitz, Michoel Schnitzler, Hershy Weinberger, Shimmy and Lipa Schmeltzer. Credit: Motty Berkowitz-Quick Raw Edit. Gershy Schwortz/Edgeware Studios--Sound Clarity. Shlomo Levy Photography--Cover Photo
Lipa Schmeltzer, Abaye Ve'ruva, ליפא שמלצר אביי ורבא Official Music Video.
Abaye Ve'ruva is one of the songs in the BavLipa album. Lipa recorded a piece of this song at the grave of Abaya Ve'ruva, and a piece at the Ribnitza Rebbe's grave. The song and lyrics are composed, written and performed by Lipa Schmeltzer. The chorus for the song is a Motif that the holy Ribnitzar Rebbe would sing while learning--according to his Gabbi R' Moishe Berkowitz. The meaning of the song in one sentence: Life is indeed short but the wisdom one could leave behind would live on forever. Lipa wanted to subtitle this video with clear translation. However, after seeing the wonderful production by Motty Berkowitz, Lipa has decided to leave the clip as is, since the images give a clear message, more so than translating the story word for word. What's more, without knowing the Yiddish language, viewers may be able to find their own story in this short movie. Credits: Music by Moishe Laufer. Choir by Eli Schpri and Yossi Gluck of Sevach Studios. Recorded by Edgewater Studios -- Gershy Schwortz Child soloist, Shimon Schmeltzer Video Credits Video Produced - Motty Berkowitz Makeup and Costumes - Leiby Landau (the2facer) Set Assistant - Dave Goldman Adoiniya - Lipa Adoiniya son (Young) Shimi Schmeltzer Adoiniya son (Old) Moshe Yossi Schmeltzer Adoiniya son (Old) Kid - Yitzy Berkowitz Talmidim - Gabi Surkis, Avraham Hersh Surkis, Zisha Surkis and Lieby S. Soldiers - Dave Goldman, Shua Bergman, Shlomo Kremansky, Heshel Freilach Antique Seller - David Knobloch/Rarity Graphics by Yechiel landman Cemetery footage by Moshe... Thanks: Nickel-O-Farms Yossi Kaff-Branding The Sonnenshein Family The David Lichtenstein--Baal Shem Tov Shul
Gevaldig Sh'begevaldig - Lipa
Lipa Schmeltzer is back again, this time singing the praises of Kosher CBD’s Focus gum in an all new Sparks Next music video titled Gevaldig. Offering a lighthearted look at the benefits of Kosher CBD’s newest sugar-free FOCUS gum, Lipa channels his inner artist as he tries to paint a portrait of Chasidic men and boys. But Lipa finds himself hard pressed to bring his vision to life on canvas, often with very entertaining results, as he imagines his subjects atop a Brooklyn Bridge support beam and interacting with a cow in a green pasture. Chewing on his pack of Star-K and CRC certified Kosher CBD Focus gum as he works and realizing the benefits of all natural organic CBD oil, Schmeltzer is finally able to hone in on the scene he keeps trying to create, much to the delight of his subjects. Gevaldig is set as a remix version of Lipa's 2020 hit song by the same name and is Directed by Danny Finkelman. For more information on Kosher CBD visit them online at http://www.koshercbd.com and on social media @KosherCBDofficial A Sparks Next Production http://www,sparksnext.com Directed by Daniel Finkelman Produced and story by Chaya Greenberg DOP Marco Vitale Associate Producer: Malky Goldman Filmed at Flow Motion Studios Also starring: Menashe Lustig Gera Sandler David Mendelbaum Sruly Green Shulem Lipshitz Hershy and Lazer Stein Editor - Berry Cohen Graphic design - Israel Touboul Grip / AC - Dave Burdette Gaffer - Adriatik Burdaku PA - Elijah Rappaport PA - Avremi Freeman PA - Vaughn Batiste Music Produced by - Shmuli Berger Original Art by Lipa Schmeltzer We are a Kosher CBD brand certified under the the strictest kosher supervisions. Our products are 100% natural and are purely extracted from organic Hemp WITHOUT any THC. Our CBD is a natural and completely safe way to get to a calmer, healthier state of mind. We are now taking CBD to the next level with our newest line; FOCUS. Our focus products contain quality CBD while also containing caffeine & theanine- creating the incredible trifecta of Calm, Alert, and Focused! Our products are NOT drugs and contain NO additive ingredients and NO THC To learn more follow us on Instagram @KosherCBDofficial http://www.KosherCBD.com
Ten Yad Tenathon 2 Live
Tune in at 6:30 pm to the greatest musical and visual event of the year - the Ten Yad Tenathon! Featuring Lipa Schmeltzer, Fried, Yaakov Shwekey, and Benny Friedman joined by Freilach Band and Shira Choir, hosted by Nachum Segal, and special guest Rabbi Shais Taub. The live auction will include a brand new Tesla, tens of thousands of dollars of Jewelry, dream vacations and much more! Buy tickets and win incredible prizes at www.TenYad.org Executive Producers: Schneur Nejar and Shimon Sabol Program Director: Dovid Weinbaum Video and Content: Shlomo Chaim Rivkin, Rivkin Media Musical Director: Tzvi Blumenfeld Filming, Live Mixing and Broadcasting: Bracha Torenheim and Yankee Teitelbaum, Flowmotion Stage and Lighting: Yan Vanibalt and Jimmy Yeret, Dynamic Vision Decor and Flowers: Chani Greenbaum Multimedia Graphics: Shmulik Benharush and Chaim Vaknin, VisualLive Sound Engineer: Eli Lishinsky Design and Marketing: Spotlight Design Catering: Levi Feigenson of Table One
Lipa Schmeltzer - Gemura In Song (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) ליפא שמלצר - גמרא במנגינה
Song composed, written & produced by Lipa Schmeltzer-live in Iraq. Co-produced by Gershy Schwarcz - New York @EdgwareStudios Additional music production: David Taub - Israel Inspirational input by Shloime Zionce/Ami Magazine Music arranged and recorded in Kurdistan Iraq. Ragreen record Label Video Produced by: Motty Berkowitz Lighting: Berry Cohen Colorist: Rafi Barides Acting Violinists: Boris Corchesco & Max Levin Youtube cover Graphics: Yechiel Landman Musicians: Oud : Lezan qader violin : Nwenar hogr Qanwn : Zana anwar Balaban : Ridwan xalil saz : Rawa badran Percussion: Rewan rashad fun fact, main Percussion instrument is named Daf-just like a Daf Gemura. Keyboard: Meir Israel Choir: David Taub, Gil Israelov Recorded: Tenor Studios - Israel The Studyo - NY Edgware Studios - NY Shloime Wechter - Volume Studios - NY Mixed and mastered: Aran Lavi-Israel YouTube Cover Graphics by Yechiel Landman #LipaSchmeltzer #ליפאשמלצר
80 years ago the Lights in Slabodka Yeshiva went out with the darkest of the dark. (כ״ח סיון)
Just a little song in dedication for the holy souls who were killed in Slabodka Yeshiva 80 years ago. Yossi green visits The Studyo and with Lipa together the two are singing a little ￼Improvised ￼￼￼audition of ונקתי דמם... originally composed by Eli Teitelbaum Ztz”L., and Yisruel Lamm.
ThankYouHashem & Lipa Schmeltzer: כ'דאנק כ'קען דאנקען– I’m Thankful I Can Thank.
ThankYouHashem & Lipa Schmeltzer: כ'דאנק כ'קען דאנקען– I’m Thankful I Can Thank Pesach is one of many times throughout the year that we say Hallel and thank Hashem for all the good he bestows upon us. It’s been a difficult year for all of us. Nonetheless, now more than ever, we should sing and thank Hashem with all our hearts, “Thank You for everything, the good, the bad and the in between. And most of all, I’m thankful that I can thank You!” Composed and sung by Lipa Schmeltzer for the ThankYouHashem movement, this song will make you jump to your feet and dance while thanking Hashem, על שאנו מודים לך, ברוך קל ההודאות. - The “ThankYouHashem” movement was founded by Ari Berkowitz several years ago with a handful of people who took upon themselves this mission to Thank Hashem wherever they are whenever they can, for whatever reason they can think of, for the good as well as for the seemingly bad, as the Mishna says in Brachos (9:5) A person is obligated to bless on the bad just as he blesses on the good. Our grassroots movement has since grown into a massive group of thousands of thankful individuals who constantly find reasons to thank Hashem, we stay connected and motivated through various platforms where our members can share their own stories of amazing yeshuos which resulted from thanking Hashem, and they can get inspired by reading the stories of others. The power of thanking Hashem is so great, that it transforms a person’s entire attitude into a positive one. This notion has already changed thousands of lives for the better. Join the movement! Visit us at https://thankyouhashem.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ThankYouHashem_/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ThankYouHashem_ Telegram - https://t.me/ThankYouHashem Facebook - https://m.facebook.com/ThankYouHashemPage/ WhatsApp Status – 3479414070 - Composed, Written & Performed by: Lipa Schmeltzer for ThankYouHashem.Com Music Arranged by: Moshe Laufer Mix & Master: Chaim Gottesman Vocals Recorded by: Gershy Schwartz @ Edgewater Studies Music Recorded by: Avi Korlansky & Zemirot-Banet Studios Choir: Hershel Brisk Video Filmed by: Avi Surkis, Motty Green & Motty Englel Artwork by: Lipa Schmeltzer @ The Studyo Motion Art/Video Animation: MATISHRIKI Studio Marketing: I & Me Media Sponsored by: Light It Up generators & light towers (845)751-2418
ThankYouHashem: From The Verge – A Musical Journey with Lipa Schmeltzer [Official Video]
The ‘HaKesser V’HaCovid’ event was a one of a kind historic celebration of two Sifrei Torah written during the Covid-19 pandemic by the ThankYouHashem movement. We are proud to share with you one of the highlights of this momentous Hachnosas Sefer Torah. A dramatic musical journey by Lipa Schmeltzer showing the importance of thanking of Hashem no matter the circumstance. - The “ThankYouHashem” movement was founded by Ari Berkowitz several years ago with a handful of people who took upon themselves this mission to Thank Hashem wherever they are whenever they can, for whatever reason they can think of, for the good as well as for the seemingly bad, as the Mishna says in Brachos (9:5) A person is obligated to bless on the bad just as he blesses on the good. Our grassroots movement has since grown into a massive group of thousands of thankful individuals who constantly find reasons to thank Hashem, we stay connected and motivated through various platforms where our members can share their own stories of amazing yeshuos which resulted from thanking Hashem, and they can get inspired by reading the stories of others. The power of thanking Hashem is so great, that it transforms a person’s entire attitude into a positive one. This notion has already changed thousands of lives for the better. Join the movement! Visit us at https://thankyouhashem.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ThankYouHashem_/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ThankYouHashem_ Telegram - https://t.me/ThankYouHashem Facebook - https://m.facebook.com/ThankYouHashemPage/ WhatsApp Status – 3479414070 - Produced by: www.nuchem.me Composed by: Elnatan Shalom Original performer: Chanan Ben Ari Music production and arrangement: Udi Damari Lyrics and performer: Lipa Schmeltzer Story and script: Chaim Gerlitz Directing and editing: Elchanan Nusboim Filming: Yosef Schlest, Eli Singer Production and casting: Talya Taub Actors: Shlomi Stern Ofer Maimaran Meir Klepner Ilan Nov After effect: Batshu Klein Production assistants: Leiby Scheransky Yair Potelsky Makeup: Avichai Maman Shmuli Deutsch Special thanks: Michael Tzi Berel Brizel Marketing: I & Me Media
Heal Us-הייל אונז אויס
There is no way I can write a proper description on this song of prayer when we can simply not fathom what each of us are going through now with COVID-19. Let us all Daven to the greatest Doctor of all, the רופא נאמן, to please Heal Us All. Composed and Lyrics by Lipa Schmeltzer. Music by Yhuda Galili. Musicians: Avi Avidani-Drums, Gia Kohen-Bass, Galili-Piano, Amit Yitzchok-Guitars, The Israeli Strings Ensemble. #LipaSchmeltzer
Lipa Srulik. Dedicated by Friends of Sruli A"H.
This song is dedicated by friends of Sruly Schwartz A"H who tragically passed away on the way home from the Novominsk Yeshiva. After listening to family members and classmates, Lipa, the composer, and singer of this piece felt ideal to combine the name of the boy with the name of Israel. In the poem, Lipa goes back and forth between the boy and Klal Yisrael, between the parents and Hashem. Listen and hopefully be inspired. Thanks to Avrumi Zupnick for his involvement. Cover and Graphics by DeeKay.
5779, At the Bal Hatanya, where I joined Satmar and Lubavitch. I made this little song.
This song came to me while in a helicopter ride, through rough snow and winds, to the grave of the Bal Hatanyan, the first rabbi of Lubavitch. I based the words on a mantra that inspired me while learning the Tanya. Here are little snippets of the journey which inspired me to join a weekly shiur in Tanya with rabbi Shais Taub, also a writer for the Ami, and philanthropist Rav Eizik Lefkowitz.