Nachman Seltzer and the talented boys from Israel's very own Shira Chadasha Boys Choir are back with an all new album "Al HaTorah: The Torah Album." This album, their fourth (Acheke Lo, Arayvim Zeh Lozeh & The Chanukah Album) boasts 11 amazing, all-new tracks and is their best one yet. The idea behind the album came to Nachman during one of the choir's earliest performances at the Siyum Hashas in Yerushalayim which was held at Binyanei Hauma. It was an incredibly moving experience for everyone who has the privilege to attend. Standing right in front of three rows of Gedolei Hador was a tremendous zechus. Seeing the huge crowd stand and call out "Baruch Shem Kavod Malchuso Liolam Vaed" was a moment that brought tears to many eyes. But the highlight of the evening for me personally was when the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivas Mir Yerushalayim, Rav Nosson Tzvi Finkel Shlita, arose to speak. His message was short but so inspirational. "Hadran Alecha Talmud Bavli'" he said, and you could feel how much he loved those words. He continued, "Hadran Aleicha Talmud Bavli are the most beautiful words that a Yid can say!" Thus was born the kernel of the song Hadran and the cornerstone of The Torah Album. May we merit to sing this very song at the upcoming Siyum Hashas and may we all be zoche to hear shiur from Moshiach in the newly rebuilt Beis Hamikdash speedily in our days. (Nachman Seltzer, producer and composer).