Tanja Solnik | Adio Kerida

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Adio Kerida

by Tanja Solnik

Written and sung in Ladino, Adio Kerida is a much loved and much traveled favorite of the genre that has been adapted through the centuries from ballad to folk song; from opera to the "hottest tango in town".
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Tanja’s albums – “From Generation to Generation: A Legacy of Lullabies”, and her follow-up record, “Lullabies and Love Songs” both in Yiddish, Hebrew and Ladino -- have garnered critical praise, won multiple awards, and over time have become acknowledged as classic recordings of Jewish music. ( " These soothing, sometimes haunting songs, transcend language and cultures " - USA TODAY)

Tanja records with two artists in their own right, Gary Nesteruk, from Los Angeles on piano and Jim Hershman from New York on guitar and mandolin.

Ladino is the Castillian Spanish of the 15th Century with its own linguistic passport stamps from the places it traveled to and from. It was the secular language of the Jews of Spain and Portugal, and contained many words of Hebraic origin, but also acquired words of Turkish, Greek, French and Italian origin, as it wandered the Diaspora.

"Adio Kerida" - Farewell Beloved is one of the songs that made this journey and saw many incarnations - even being adapted for opera by Giuseppe Verdi.



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