As we approach the series of the 13th Siyum Hashas events, to be organized around the Jewish world by the Dirshu organization during the coming winter, a new, unique song has been released that will accompany the series of exciting events in honor of the Torah, in honor of our gedolim shlita, in honor of those completing Shas, those who are kove’a itim and those who honor Torah and those who study it.
The song that was written is based on the words, כִּי בִי יִרְבּוּ יָמֶיךָ וְיוֹסִיפוּ לְּךָ שְׁנוֹת חַיִּים (“For through Me your days will be increased, and add years of life for you”). The pasuk is from Mishlei (9:11), and is performed by singers Zanville Weinberger and Ahrele Samet, accompanied by the Malchus Choir.
The strongly expresses the excitement felt by klal Yisroel about those completing Shas. Ki vi yirbu yomecha veyosifu lecho shnos chayim – speaks to the entire community and encourages it to continue learning more and more Torah, and also speaks to the tens of thousands of those completing Shas, and the thousands who take the Dirshu examinations, and encourages them to continue learning and taking the tests, and of course turns most of all to our gedolim, who merit teaching Torah to all of klal Yisroel, and we daven that in merit of our holy Torah their days will be lengthened and have years of life added, in good health.
Composed by: Itzi Beri | Music production: Eli Klein & Itzi Beri | Guitars: Avi Singolda | Recorded by Tenor Studios – Michael Tzi | Wind instruments: Rafi Davidov, Shahar Livne | Vocal arrangements: Reb Pinchas Bichler | Vocals: Malchus Choir | Programming, keyboards, and mixing: Eli Klein & Itzi Beri | Production: VMP, Shalom Wagshal Music | Digital, New-media And PR by: Bahazit | Video edited by: Nati Alber.