Duet: V’hi Sh’amda
Song of the Week • 5m 35s
Cantor Schwartz and David Enlow recently visited our sister Conservative congregation, B'nai Torah, in Boca Raton, celebrating Jewish music with their newly installed cantor, Magda Fishman. As you prepare for Passover, we hope you enjoy this song of resilience and hope, sung as a duet for over 1,500 Floridian friends of PAS. Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom and Sweet Passover!
Music: Yonatan Razel
Music Director: David Enlow
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