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Even a journey of hundreds of songs begins with one tune. Ask Yossi Green, leading composer of Jewish music, whose hits, such as “Tanya,” “Aderaba” and “Anovim Anovim” have become immortal standards.“I’ve been writing music since I was 18 years old – 37 years by now – and I was very lucky, since my first song became a massive world hit – ‘Kol Berama.’ It happened by mistake,” says Green. “I was sitting by the piano with Yigal Calek, who was saying that he needed new material. ‘Didn’t you ever try to write a song?’” he recalled Calek, of the London School of Jewish Music, asking him.
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