Abaye Ve'ruva Official Music Video.



Abaye Ve'ruva is one of the songs in the BavLipa album. Lipa recorded a piece of this song at the grave of Abaya Ve'ruva, and a piece at the Ribnitza Rebbe's grave. The song and lyrics are composed, written and performed by Lipa Schmeltzer. The chorus for the song is a Motif that the holy Ribnitzar Rebbe would sing while learning--according to his Gabbi R' Moishe Berkowitz. The meaning of the song in one sentence: Life is indeed short but the wisdom one could leave behind would live on forever. Lipa wanted to subtitle this video with clear translation. However, after seeing the wonderful production by Motty Berkowitz, Lipa has decided to leave the clip as is, since the images give a clear message, more so than translating the story word for word. What's more, without knowing the Yiddish language, viewers may be able to find their own story in this short movie. Credits: Music by Moishe Laufer. Choir by Eli Schpri and Yossi Gluck of Sevach Studios. Recorded by Edgewater Studios -- Gershy Schwortz Child soloist, Shimon Schmeltzer Video Credits Video Produced - Motty Berkowitz Makeup and Costumes - Leiby Landau (the2facer) Set Assistant - Dave Goldman Adoiniya - Lipa Adoiniya son (Young) Shimi Schmeltzer Adoiniya son (Old) Moshe Yossi Schmeltzer Adoiniya son (Old) Kid - Yitzy Berkowitz Talmidim - Gabi Surkis, Avraham Hersh Surkis, Zisha Surkis and Lieby S. Soldiers - Dave Goldman, Shua Bergman, Shlomo Kremansky, Heshel Freilach Antique Seller - David Knobloch/Rarity Thanks: Nickel-O-Farms Yossi Kaff-Branding The Sonnenshein Family The David Lichtenstein--Baal Shem Tov Shul