Trio Sefardi | La Yave D'espanya

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La Yave D'espanya

by Trio Sefardi

Traditional Sephardic songs from the Balkans and Turkey, sung in Ladino, these songs bring the music of a rich and treasured history into the living and vibrant present, accompanied by a rich array of bowed strings, plucked strings, and percussion.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Kuando Veo Una Ninya Hermosa
2:29 album only
2. Bre Sarika Bre
3:13 album only
3. A La Una Naci Yo / A La Una Yo Naci
4:20 album only
4. Tres Klavinas En Un Tiesto
1:52 album only
5. Trayen a La Ninya / Esta Montanya / Madres Amargadas
5:27 album only
6. Sviraj Harmoniku
4:23 album only
7. Hija Miya Mi Kerida
2:21 album only
8. Pesah a La Mano
2:31 album only
9. Yo Me Akordo D*akeya Noche
5:19 album only
10. Ir Me Queria
2:18 album only
11. Por La Tu Puerta Yo Pasi
2:53 album only
12. La Yave D'espanya
3:34 album only
13. Secretos Quero Descubrir / Avre Tu Puerta Cerrada
3:14 album only
14. Madame Gashpar
2:55 album only
15. La Komida La Manyana
3:13 album only
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Album Notes
Trio Sefardi is dedicated to presenting to a wider audience a fascinating and little-known repertoire of songs of the Sephardim, descendants of the Jews of Spain who were exiled in 1492. In exile, the Sephardim kept alive their language, known as Ladino or Judeo-Espagnol, in essence an older form of Spanish with an admixture of Hebrew and words or phrases from the places where the exiles settled and made new homes. Many of these songs are secular, about love, love, and experiences common to people everywhere. Some celebrate holidays and marriage. Altogether they come to us from communities largely destroyed during WWII. Some of these songs have come to the trio from Flory Jagoda, a Holocaust survivor from Bosnia, who has made it her mission in life to keep alive and to continue the memory of the lost world of her family and her ancestors. The members of Trio Sefardi have studied with and performed with Flory Jagoda and have become intimately aware of the urgent need to continue her work.



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