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Yossi Green (born in Tel Aviv, Israel) is a composer of Jewish religious music. His works includes some major hits of the Jewish industry.[1] He wrote his first international hit song for Yigal Calek and the London School of Jewish Song in 1973. His latest solo album, The 8th Note, was awarded "Best Album of 2008,″ "Best Debut Album of 2008″ from Israel's Radio Kol Chai and had two songs on the stations top 10 songlist of 2008.[2]

He has composed close to five hundred songs on over one hundred and twenty CDs. Most of his lyrics are drawn from primary Jewish texts (Torah, Midrash and Talmud) while some are drawn from other Jewish source (biographies of famous rabbis, such as Ramban).

Singers that he has composed for include Avraham Fried, Dedi, Mordechai Ben David and Yaakov Shwekey. Green's major hits include "Kol Bera'ama"," Tanya", "Aderaba", "Daagah Minayin", "Didoh Bei", "Shomati", "Ve'erastich" and "Anovim Anovim".

Green lives in Sea Gate, New York, with his wife Brigitte and children.


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