Thursday, February 18, 2016
We've been following Hava Nagila, probably the most played Hebrew song, around the world and sharing videos featuring its many interpretations as it travels from city to city and country to country.
So far we've collected and shared more than 50 of these YouTube video clips, and you can see all of them via links from our latest book, Jewish Traces in Unexpected Places, in both Kindle ebook and paperback versions.
Today we encountered another one that was just too good to keep to ourselves. It's a video of a beautiful interpretation by two Russian ice skaters in Moscow in 2010.
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