Happy song 

Elisete works with determination and diligence in creating joy  for the use of everyone. That’s her.  Happy Song is a musical instruction manual that  Elisete wrote to help us rejoice.  What's good about Happy Song is that with six verses and  one catchy chorus Elisete gives a winning recipe for life.  Each advice is simple and easy to apply when taken to heart.  Since not everyone is consistently acting positively it’s good that such a song  comes and gives us a reminder.  To rejoice and not to be angry, to face difficulties without despair,  to be sober and not blurry, to choose positivity, warmth and family,  to choose our friends carefully, to accept every person as he is  and to be at peace.  It is so typical of Elisete to take so many tutorials for life,  distill them and dance us along the way.  For Elisete, everyone is equal and everyone should be a part of life,  so in the clip Elisete films in Jaffa as a symbol of coexistence  and hosts Sima - an older woman (Elisete calls her Simush)  who shows that dancing is possible and necessary at any age.  So take a break from the race and go out dancing because as  Elisete says in the song  'A happy life has very clear rules'.

Elisete works with determination and diligence in creating joy
for the use of everyone. That’s her.
Happy Song is a musical instruction manual that
Elisete wrote to help us rejoice.
What's good about Happy Song is that with six verses and
one catchy chorus Elisete gives a winning recipe for life.
Each advice is simple and easy to apply when taken to heart.
Since not everyone is consistently acting positively it’s good that such a song
comes and gives us a reminder.
To rejoice and not to be angry, to face difficulties without despair,
to be sober and not blurry, to choose positivity, warmth and family,
to choose our friends carefully, to accept every person as he is
and to be at peace.
It is so typical of Elisete to take so many tutorials for life,
distill them and dance us along the way.
For Elisete, everyone is equal and everyone should be a part of life,
so in the clip Elisete films in Jaffa as a symbol of coexistence
and hosts Sima - an older woman (Elisete calls her Simush)
who shows that dancing is possible and necessary at any age.
So take a break from the race and go out dancing because as
Elisete says in the song
'A happy life has very clear rules'.


Watch the clip of the song and be happy too

 

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I am Carnaval - autobiographical fun song! 

‘I am Carnaval’ is an autobiographical song by Elisete - rhythmic and energetic just like her. Elisete feels she came here to make the people happy and she simply lives that message every minute of the day. ‘I am Carnaval’ is not a metaphorical statement, it's more an informative description of Elisete's life. It starts when she goes out into the street full of color with colorful and stylish clothing, positive energy and lots of smiles. She spreads joy in every moment of her daily life with lots of love and in the 7 languages ​​she speaks. Each verse in the song is a different moment in her day and together they create this happy mosaic that is Elisete. For every person on the street she has a kind word and she leaves a trail of unconditional human love and a great love for life. A journalist who interviewed her on Sheinkin Street in Tel Aviv and saw her communicating with the environment in this way simply crowned her as Queen of Sheinkin.

I am Carnaval is an autobiographical song by Elisete - rhythmic and energetic just like her. Elisete feels she came here to make the people happy and she simply lives that message every minute of the day.
‘I am Carnaval’ is not a metaphorical statement, it's more an informative description of Elisete's life.
It starts when she goes out into the street full of color with colorful and stylish clothing, positive energy and lots of smiles.
She spreads joy in every moment of her daily life with lots of love and in the 7 languages ​​she speaks.
Each verse in the song is a different moment in her day and together they create this happy mosaic that is Elisete.
For every person on the street she has a kind word and she leaves a trail of unconditional human love and a great love for life.
A journalist who interviewed her on Sheinkin Street in Tel Aviv and saw her communicating with the environment in this way simply crowned her as Queen of Sheinkin.
Elisete performs a lot in homes for people with special needs. Giving a lot of love and receiving a lot back.
Some of the tenants have a cognitive level that is not high but everyone without exception is responding wonderfully to her music because her communication is non verbal - she communicates with them through emotions, through music, through the heart - when she performs she truly is the Carnaval.

So come with Elisete to this happy journey and each one can be the Carnaval too!


Watch the clip of the song and be Carnaval yourself

 

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Get Out! - Elisete's new song was released! 

For the Pride Month, Elisete was happy to collaborate with Yaron Malachi and together they wrote the song Get Out. The song was written with the hope that one day the life of the gay community in Israel and around the world will be much easier. That no child would be thrown out of their home because of their sexual identity and that no one should be afraid to love without differences of religion, race, sex and gender. Every person struggles sometimes for his place in the world. In the gay community the struggle is more difficult and sometimes it is even an internal struggle. The song encourages each and every one to first accept themselves with all their colors. This is the first significant step. Not to be afraid or ashamed of who we are.

Get Out! - For the Pride Month, I was happy to collaborate with Yaron Malachi and together we wrote the song Get Out.
The song was written with the hope that one day the life of the gay community in Israel and around the world will be much easier.
That no child would be thrown out of their home because of their sexual identity and that no one should be afraid to love without differences of religion, race, sex and gender.
Every person struggles sometimes for his place in the world. In the gay community the struggle is more difficult and sometimes it is even an internal struggle.
The song encourages each and every one to first accept themselves with all their colors. This is the first significant step.
Not be afraid or ashamed of who we are.
After we will love and accept ourselves it will be easier to go out and find our place in the world.
The song takes on an even stronger meaning after such a difficult period of plague and after we also went through a war in Israel.
We need to leave all that is not good for us and come out into the light of a new day, strong and with our heads held high.
Yaron and I believe that we are all part of one soul and once we all understand this it will be much easier and also happier to live here on planet earth.
We hope that the day is near when we will receive as equals all the communities and all the congregations.
That we will live happier stories, stories without fear of being who we are, or in what we believe, stories with mutual respect and a happy and good ending!
So Get Out, be proudly who you are, banish the darkness, accept yourself and give a chance to love! Get out!


Watch the clip of the song and give love a chance 

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Shalom - Elisete's new song was released! 

Shalom - a new song! Watch the clip. Elisete is an ambassador of peace, of joy and of universal love. She invites us all on a joyous journey to universal unity and love. The song 'Shalom' (Peace) was born during a time of war and distress and this is its story: Elisete, like all of us Israelis, experienced the war in Gaza with the alarms and the run to the shelters. During one of the breaks between the alarms, Elisete sat in Gan Meir in Tel Aviv with her dog Mishka in her lap and tried to return for a few minutes to balance and calm. In these moments, the song Shalom was born.

Shalom - a new song! Elisete is an ambassador of peace, of joy and of universal love. She invites us all on a joyous journey to unity and universal love. The song 'Shalom' (Peace) was born in a time of war and distress and this is its story:
Elisete, like all of us Israelis, experienced the war in Gaza with the alarms and the runing to the shelters. During one of the breaks between the alarms, Elisete sat in Gan Meir in Tel Aviv with her dog Mishka in her lap and tried to return for a few minutes to balance and calm. In these moments, the song Shalom was born.
Shalom is a ballad, a prayer, a musical information journey on the path to renewed sanity.
Elisete who devotes all her time to promoting universal love and joy has found herself praying for such a basic thing - peace.
Peace in the simplest sense - of cessation of war and coexistence. After stopping war comes the time to stop hating and most importantly to stop being afraid of the other. The other is also us and the hatred of the other is self-hatred.
Love is the key to peace, liberation and true joy. So come on everyone and stop being afraid, hating, alienating and fighting and instead of all that - just love and live in peace!


Watch the clip of the song give peace a chance



 

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