Shaike Paikov

Real Name:
Yeshayahu Paikov
Shaike Paikov (born July 5th, 1937, Tel Aviv) is an Israeli composer/songwriter and orchestra conductor from from Kibbutz Ashdot Yaakov in the Jordan Valley. After military service in 1958, Paikov went to Oranim Academic College, a teacher training school in Kiryat Tiv’on near Haifa and also studied modern music privately with composer Abel Ehrlich. In 1961 Paikov became a qualified elementary teacher and music teacher. He taught music at schools all over the north of Israel until 1975 when he devoted himself fully to composing. He has more than 700 songs to his credit.

Paikov's songs have represented Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1989 and 1993. He also conducted the orchestra in 1989 in support of singers Gili Netanel and Galit Burg.


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CD 140 Israeli Most Beloved Songs Of Shaike Paikov — Shaike Paikov Shaike Paikov, Various Shaike Paikov, Various - Israeli Most Beloved Songs Of Shaike Paikov(CD, Comp) התקליט CD 140 Israel 1991 Sell This Version