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David Broza Invites Fans To Be Part of His Self-Written Album

Crossposted from Haaretz

For the first time ever, fans of the popular Israeli musician David Broza can participate in the creative process behind his work. For about the price of a shawarma sandwich, participants can log onto to get a sneak-peek into his first self-written Hebrew album.

Upon giving donations, participants are also invited to contribute their opinions to album artwork, the order in which the songs will be listed, and other aspects of the creative process.

“The internet allows us to create an interactive, enduring experience of music from its creation,” Broza writes on Kickstarter.

“For many years, I wrote music, played, sang and recorded to the beautiful words of many well-known poets from around the world,” Broza writes.



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