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Yerushalaim Shel Zahav - Jerusalém de Ouro Segundo hino nacional de Israel. Composição de Naomi Shemer em 1967. Interpretado por Ofra Haza - Yerushalaim Shel Zahav - Jerusalém de Ouro - Jerusalem of Gold. --- 2th national hymn of Israel. Composition of Naomi Shemer in 1967. Interpreted for Ofra Haza.
30 Jan 2010
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Ofra Haza, the Queen of all late-20th Century female singers - breathing this song to life. Close your eyes and believe she is singing to you. So sincere, so natural. This track is from her 1997 album "Ofra Haza" She is gone - may her music live on for ever !
2 Feb 2010
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OFRA HAZA - You've got a friend Video edited by Andreea Petcu(oceanflower1 ***********/Newoceanflower2008
15 Mar 2011
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Great tribute to OFRA HAZA.This is an amazing love song and I hope you will like it! - You, only you Video edited by Andreea Petcu(oceanflower1) ***********/oceanflower2009
15 Mar 2011
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Ofra Haza - Hoshia na (Deliver us in Hebrew)
8 May 2011
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Ofra Haza - Kashmir a haunting (must listen till the end !!) cover of Led Zeppelin's Kashmir. made a clip because there is no music video for the song. This version was previously unreleased on "Queen in Exile", now on Greatest Hits Vol2.
29 Jun 2011
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In Memoriam Ofra Haza! I' ve been trying for months to create this video for this wonderful Song by the great Ofra Haza. I made it ... and put it out... again and again... Now it`s done :) You now " Love at first sight " ?! ~ that he is :) I hope you like it.... it was made with much Love. Listen and Enjoy with this wonderful Song!! . DISCLAIMER: All clips and music are copyrighted to their respective owners. No infringement intended. All Rights Reserved to SME ! . "Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
27 Sep 2011
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Download link: *******www.4shared****/file/187574486/9ee0cc7d/The_Prince_of_Egypt_Soundtrack.html Track 2 "Deliver Us" Performed by Ofra Haza and Eden Riegel Ofra Haza appears courtesy of BMG Ariola Munich Produced by Hans Zimmer Additional arrangements by Martin Erskine, Andrew Lippa
5 Nov 2011
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From the album "Ofra Haza 1997", this is an update from the 1988 version from "Shaday". I own none of this. The picture in the video nor the song. All properties belong to their respectful owners.
22 Nov 2011
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"Im Nin'alu" is a Hebrew poem by the 17th century's Yemenite Rabbi Shalom Shabazi, which has later been put to music and was sung by Israeli singer Ofra Haza, among others. Yemenite Jews have been singing it in various celebrations, mainly weddings. Most of the song is about the angels praising and singing to god. This is the original version recorded by Ofra, from the album "Yemenite Songs" a.k.a. "Shirey Teyman". In this album Ofra returned to her roots interpreting traditional Yemeni Jewish songs with lyrics coming from the poetry of Rabbi Shalom Shabazi. The album was recorded with both traditional and modern musical instruments; wooden and metal percussion, Yemenite tin and tambala, strings, brass and woodwind as well as drum machines and synthesizers. In 1988, a remix of this song became an international hit for Ofra, topping the charts in various countries including the UK, Germany and the US. You can hear it here: ***********/watch?v=5px-ppcQDps&feature=related A third version was recorded by Ofra in 1997: ***********/watch?v=A0TKXyUbxPw And there is also a live version from 1978: ***********/watch?v=O2xNTzlFSk0 The album Forever Ofra Haza - Her Greatest Songs Remixed was released in 2008. My two favoriets from this album are: the unplugged mix: ***********/watch?v=IuL0CFZCKF0 and the bridge mix: ***********/watch?v=Y2wcDyG639Y Madonna used parts of "Im Nin'alu" for her song "Isaac", when she released the album "Confessions on a Dance Floor" in 2005. Some of the lyrics are: IM NIN'ALU - If they are locked, DAL THAEY NA DI VIM - The doors of the generous ones. DAL THAEY MA ROM - The doors of the sky, LO NIN'ALU - won't be locked. EL HI MA RE MAM AL KARUVIM - God is alive and sublime to the angels, KULAM BA RUHO YA'ALU - In his spirit they'll rise above. EL HI - god is alive. And in English only: If the doors of the generous ones are locked, The doors of the sky won't be locked. (sky refers to heaven/god). If the doors of the generous ones are locked, The doors of the sky won't be locked. God is alive and sublime to the angels, In his spirit they'll rise above. God is alive. Cause they are close to him, They will thank and praise him. God is alive. Six wings around (of the angels), They are flying (around god). If they are locked If they are locked, If the doors of the generous ones are locked, The doors of the sky won't be locked. God is alive and sublime God is alive and sublime, God is alive and sublime to the angels, In his spirit they'll rise above.
5 Jan 2012
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Ofra haza - Give me a sign (with lyrics)
19 Sep 2012
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ofra haza-tfila 1981 עפרה חזה להיט בראש "תפילה" 1981 "בוא נדבר"
27 Oct 2012
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Im Nin'Alu (If The Doors Are Locked) - Ofra Haza..... Im nin'alu daltei nedivim Daltei marom lo nin'alu Im nin'alu Im nin'alu El chai El chai Im nin'alu Im nin'alu El chai You know I love you like no other Like no other in my prayer Chayot shehem ratzu vashavim Miyom bri'ah nichlelu Im nin'alu Im nin'alu El chai Im nin'alu Take me away I need your help Somebody cries within the herd Oh my God I need your help Uveshesh k'nafaim s'vivim Afim be'et yitgalgelu El chai El chai Im nin'alu Im nin'alu El chai Im nin'alu daltei nedivim Daltei marom lo nin'alu Im nin'alu Im nin'alu Words: Rabbi Shalom Shabazi Music: Yemenite traditional with modern instrumental arrangement Transliteration: www.hebrewsongs****
16 Mar 2013
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Yerushalayim Shel Zahav - Ofra Haza (Live) Jerusalem of Gold
26 Apr 2013
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"Jerusalem of Gold" (Hebrew: ירושלים של זהב‎, Yerushalayim Shel Zahav) is a popular Israeli song written by Naomi Shemer in 1967. The original song described the Jewish people's 2000-year longing to return to Jerusalem; Shemer added a final verse after the Six-Day War to celebrate Jerusalem's unification under Israeli control. At that time, the Old City was under Jordanian rule; Jews had been barred from entering, and many holy sites had been desecrated. Only three weeks after the song was published, the Six-Day War broke out. The song was the battle cry and morale booster of the Israeli troops. Shemer even sang it for them before the war and festival, making them among the first in the world to hear it. On 7 June, the Israel Defense Forces captured the eastern part of Jerusalem and the Old City from the Jordanians. When Shemer heard the paratroopers singing "Jerusalem of Gold" at the Western Wall, she wrote a final verse, reversing the phrases of lamentation found in the second verse. The line about shofars sounding from the Temple Mount is a reference to an event that actually took place on 7 June. This beautiful version is from the late OFRA HAZA.
25 Aug 2013
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... the most beautiful pictures with the most beautiful voice... music edited by Wael Halewijn www.ofrahaza-online****
30 Nov 2008
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