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Yanky Lemmer.

A picture of Rabbi Lemmer in his Chazzan outfit.

Really his name is spelled a bit differently since it is in Yiddish, but since his big break was in a Young Israel, they hebrewcized his name, and that version just stuck.

Apparently since classic Chazzanut is a dying art, replaced by the likes of Mordechai Ben David and 8th Day, fans of the form want to give as much encouragement to young artists in the field as possible.

Yanky Lemmer. Really his name is spelled a bit differently since it is in Yiddish, but since his big break was in a Young Israel, they hebrewcized his name, and that version just stuck.

Apparently since classic Chazzanut is a dying art, replaced by the likes of Mordechai Ben David and 8th Day, fans of the form want to give as much encouragement to young artists in the field as possible.

Yanky Lemmer.

A picture of Rabbi Lemmer in his Chazzan outfit.

Really his name is spelled a bit differently since it is in Yiddish, but since his big break was in a Young Israel, they hebrewcized his name, and that version just stuck.

Apparently since classic Chazzanut is a dying art, replaced by the likes of Mordechai Ben David and 8th Day, fans of the form want to give as much encouragement to young artists in the field as possible.

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Yanky Lemmer. Really his name is spelled a bit differently since it is in Yiddish, but since his big break was in a Young Israel, they hebrewcized his name, and that version just stuck.

Apparently since classic Chazzanut is a dying art, replaced by the likes of Mordechai Ben David and 8th Day, fans of the form want to give as much encouragement to young artists in the field as possible.