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Highlights: "On the Miracles" is a new song by British musician Ari Fraser. The song was inspired by his father's recovery from cancer. "I feel that the melody definitely enhances the emotion, and connects the listeners to the miracle and thanksgiving to the Creator," he says. The single is released on the eve of Hanukkah, but the song was written before the holiday. It was written with the help of two other musicians, Ran Aviv and Tomer Ajami, and was produced by Fraser himself.

"On the Miracles": Ahead of Hanukkah, artist and creator Ari Fraser released a new single, inspired by his father's wolf. Listen

Artist and creator Ari Fraser releases a new single ahead of Hanukkah, "On the Miracles". The song was inspired by his father's wolf, the lyrics from the sources and Fraser's melody.

"I wrote the melody many years ago," Fraser tells Walla! Judaism, "after my father miraculously recovered completely from the cursed disease. At a very advanced stage, my father went to Rabbi Gamliel Rabinowitz, a Kabbalist from Mea Shearim who told him, 'I am a Cohen, I bless you to recover and G-d fulfills a priestly blessing.'"

"Just before we gave up, because we tried so many treatments, with this blessing he went out for the last treatment, and it succeeded B.H. When he recovered, we thanked God and the whole family was excited, I sat with the guitar and the melody just came out and dressed on the lyrics. I feel that the melody definitely enhances the emotion, and connects the listeners to the essence of the miracle and thanksgiving to the Creator. Every miracle, in every individual," he said.

The timing of the release of the Song of Miracles is almost obvious now, on the eve of Chanukah, even though, as stated, it was not written for a specific date. "At a time when we need so many miracles, there is one thing we must not forget: to feel the miracle you need a moment to stop and sing thanksgiving to God. When you focus on the miracle, you see it," Fraser explained.

The production and musical arrangement were prepared by Fraser and his two friends, who had already collaborated with him in the past - Ran Aviv and Tomer Ajami, who wrapped the song in juicy ethnic garb.

Words: sources. Music: Ari Fraser. Musical arrangement and production: Ran Aviv and Tomer Ajami.

David Berger, in collaboration with Shova Israel

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