Dudi Bar-David / Bein Holot Midbar
About the song:
Bein Cholot Midbar is a wonderful example of the process that transmits popular songs quickly and easily -- but inevitably leaves behind the identity of the composer and lyricist. The musical style is of the late yishuv, and the lyrics reflect the values and language of the era: "Walk with me through the length and breadth of our new land. Don't worry, I'll be with you -- I am a 'Hebrew soldier'." As with many songs that are transmitted orally, variant versions of the lyric are extant, and one known as "Yocheved" substitutes that name for the anonymous "yaldonet" (little girl). The song was included on one of several 1958 albums by Tsadok Savir, a singer and comedian at the height of his (somewhat short-lived) popularity.
About the artist:
Dudi Bar-David is an artist, musician and singer-songwriter born in Lod, Israel. Now living in Tel Aviv, he has been performing for over three years with his band and had built a very loyal audience, coming regularly to his concerts and waiting eagerly for his debut album "LEHISHAR," due to be released soon. Bar-David has chosen to support the Pioneers For A Cure project with the song "Bein Holot Midbar."
The contribution is for Dana-Dwek Children’s Hospital
About the Dana-Dwek Children’s Hospital
Excellence in medical care The Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center Dana-Dwek Children’s Hospital treats children of all ages, from newborn to age 18. Dana-Dwek's expert medical professionals offer individualized care for each child, to address his or her specific medical, physical, and emotional needs. All elements of care - including treatment method, child-sized equipment, and facility architecture - are focused on the special needs that children have. World-class reputation Dana-Dwek is known regionally and internationally for a wide variety of general and specialized medical services. In addition to state-of-the-art treatment approaches, Dana-Dwek uses among the most advanced equipment in the world for newborns, children, and teens. Clinical and scientific research The hospital leads and participates in dozens of international and local research studies for treatment and prevention. Dana-Dwek Children’s Hospital was established in 1992 and treats over 7,200 pediatric inpatients, more than 26,500 emergency cases, and over 45,500 ambulatory patients annually.