Ad: A Freilichen Chanuka: The Chanuka Gift That Keeps on Giving

freilichin[COMMUNICATED] The candles are glowing warmly. The children are smiling and humming sweet melodies. The latkes are sizzling. You wish to bottle the atmosphere around you.

Thankfully, a new album, “A Freilichen Chanuka,” adeptly captures the uplifting Chanuka spirit and all its trappings for you to enjoy. Following the release of his popular “Tantz Purim” album last year, renowned Lakewood musician Pinchas Doppelt has perfected yet another masterpiece that speaks to the emotions and musical senses of adults and children alike.

A Freilichen Chanuka features a well balanced offering of over two dozen Chanuka songs, including lebedig, heartwarming and children’s songs. From timeless classics and lesser known gems to newly composed songs, A Freilichen Chanuka has it all.

Rich music, complete with a guitar, saxophone and flute, provide a pleasant background to the melodies. P. Doppelt and his fellow adult vocalists utilize their gifted vocal talents to listeners’ delight and the sweet voice of child soloist Moshe Chaitovsky brings a genuine youthful touch to the exciting Yom Tov.

As Chanuka approaches, treat yourself and your family to the perfect Chanuka gift. A Freilichen Chanuka is distributed by L’Chaim Distributors and can be found at fine music and Judaica stores near you.

For bulk (5+) purchases and discounts or to book for your next simcha, please call Pinchas Doppelt at (732)905-0295.

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