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Halacha - Kol Isha
Submitted by Chaim Shmuel  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Your question seems to be based on the assumption that it is permitted to listen to a female choir. However, this assumption is not accurate and even many women singing together may not be listened to. Therefore, it would not be of any benefit to combine multiple tracks of the woman singing.

posted:2008-10-13 15:10:44

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