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Oleg Gitlin & Genady Shlapobersky: Your Hand on the Strings of my Heart

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This Your Hand on the Strings of My Heart CD is a wonderful instrumental collection of blended sounds of Russian balalaika and Spanish guitar.
Oleg Gitlin and Genady Shlapobersky.


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Your Hand on the Strings of My Heat

This CD blends the sounds of Russian balalaika and Spanish guitar in a way that will surely delight the listener. The performer's desire is that their music, played skillfully on "stringed" instruments, will touch the "strings" of the listeners' hearts.

Just as the Old and New Testaments are woven together, so on this CD, Israeli praise songs to the God of Israel intertwine with New Testament hymns, merging together to glorify the One True God, as King David praised Him when he said: ”Truly my soul waited upon God: from Him my salvation” (Psalm 62:1)

1. Medley: Who Is the Man (Mi Halsh)/Blue & White/Hevenu Shalom Aleichem (We Bring You Peace)
2. Medley: The Fig Tree/Only Mother Will Pray
3. Medley: Hineh Mah Tov Umah Naim (How Good And Pleasant It Is For Brethren To Dwell Together/Let Us See Jerusalem
4. Medley: Willow/There, High In the Heaven
5. Medley: Adon Ha'Kavod (Lord Of Glory)/Gol Al Adonai Darkecha (Commit Your Way To the Lord)/This Is the Day That the Lord Has Made
6. Medley: You Hand On the Strings Of My Heart/Prayer/Praise the Lord
7. Medley: Yiddishe Mama (Jewish Mother)/Yismechu Ha'Shamaim (Let the Heavens Rejoice)
8. Medley: V'Haer Eineinu (Enlighten Our Eyes)/Todah Al Kol Mah Sh'Barata (Thank You For All You Have Made)/Oseh Shalom (He Will Bring Peace To Israel)

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