Yisroel Werdyger and Shloime Taussig – Ana Melech
Ana Melech, the second track of the 2011 album, Nishbati: Songs of Dveykus for Sefiras HaOmer, featuring vocals by Shloime Taussig, Yisroel Werdyger, Shaya Illowitz, and Mendy Ornstein, and a choir by Dovi Tessler, Sruly Weinberger, Mendy Ornstein, Yakov S. Steiner, Shua Shachar, Tzvi Blumenfeld, and Shulem Lemmer, with choir vocals arranged by Dovi Tessler and Sruly Weinberger.
The album, which features songs composed by Chaim Banet, Pitssburg, and Nidvurna, was released on April 28, 2011.
Lev Tahor – Da’agah Minayin (featuring Yossi Green)
Da’agah Minayin, the eighth track of the Lev Tahor acappella album, Lev Tahor Volume 3, featuring Hasidic Jewish composer, Yossi Green. The album was released on March 15, 2004.
No musical instruments were used in the production of this album, including this song.
Chaim Blumenfeld – Kee Lechu Tov Lehodos
Kee Lechu Tov Lehodos, the sixth track of the Sefirah 2012 album, Sefira’ish/Sfirish, produced by Chaim Blumenfeld. The Chassidish album features choirs from other albums combined with choir vocals by Chaim Blumenfeld, Yechezkel Lowy, Yeshoua Ilowitz, Yeled Hapella, and the child Avrohom Yitzchok Leibowitz, arranged by Moshe Kraus.
The album was released on April 21, 2012.
Chaim Blumenfeld – Uvini Malkeini
Beri Weber – Uvneh Yerushalayim
Uvneh Yeryshalayim, the twenty-second track of the acappella CD of Weber’s debut, Farbreng. The double album was produced and arranged by Naftali Schnitzler, and released on April 13, 2010.
Choir: Moishie Krausz, Yide Usher Roth, Yossi Farkas, and Sheya Weiss.
The kumzitz guys: Yoel Glick, Hershy Fekete, Yoel Weberman, Yoel Greenfeld, and Leiby Rottenberg.
L’Chaim – Bobov – Nigun Lo Sevoshi
Bobov – Nigun Lo Sevoshi, the fourth track of the acappella L’Chaim (“To Life”) album, Chasidishe Oitzros Volume 3. The album was released on April 21, 2006.
Mordechai Ben David – Shifchi
Shifchi, the seventh track on the Chassidic 2001 album, The Vocal Version, which was arranged by Shloimy Zeiger and Jonathan Rimberg, and features Mordechai Ben David, Mendy Werdyger, Simcha Mann, and Yossi Rose. The acappella album was released on January 4, 2001.
Lev Tahor – Yamamai (featuring Chaim-Dovid Saracik)
Yamamai, the second track of the Lev Tahor acappella album, Lev Tahor Volume 3, featuring vocals by the orthodox Jewish musician, Chaim-Dovid Saracik. The album was released on March 15, 2004.
No musical instruments were used in the production of this album.
Eli Gerstner & The Chevra – Simcha
Simcha, the fourth track of the 2002 Acappella album, Eli Gerstner & The Chevra Sing A Cappella. The album was released on February 1, 2002, and features vocals arranged by Yisroel Lamm and Eli Gerstner, and songs composed by R’ Shlomo Carlebach.