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New Music Clip: Jewish Music in the Streets of Vienna

Jerusalem musician Chaim Gold visited Vienna and came back with a musical video for his latest song - "Vea-ha-vatcha".
By Yoni Kempinski
First Publish: 10/7/2013, 1:42 AM

During a recent trip to Vienna, Austria by Chaim Gold, a 27-year-old musician from Jerusalem, a new music video was produced on his brand new hit song Veahavatcha.

In the video, Gold is a tourist in Vienna traveling to various locations as he sings to fellow Jews he meets along the way.



“My musical inspirations," says Chaim, "derive from a combination of Breslev, Chabad, and Carlebach music.”

Gold, who is a well-known vocalist in the Israeli Jewish music scene, is currently working on his debut album with original songs written and composed by him. His goal is to create a new genre in Jewish music that will talk to both teens and adults alike.

"Vea-ha-vatcha" was composed by Chaim Gold, produced by Zafrir Yifrach. Music video by Danny Finkelman.