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Willy Schwarz | Jewish Music Around The World

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Jewish Music Around The World

by Willy Schwarz

A most eclectic Jewish music collection featuring the music of various Jewish ethnic groups from around the world, and performed on 23 native insturment, including; Ud, sarangi, fife, tasa, tanburm, zarb, balalaika, etc.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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1. Lekha Dodi - Uzbekistan
3:44 album only
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2. Lomir Zich Iberbeten - Yiddish-America
4:07 album only
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3. Hine Ma Tov - Syria
3:06 album only
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4. Na Habeya - Ethiopia
2:10 album only
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5. Moses Ray-Too-Ra-Lay-Ay - Ireland
2:36 album only
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6. Ma Tovu - Iran
3:11 album only
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7. Tzur Mishelo - Italy
2:20 album only
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8. Oda Leili - Yemen
2:55 album only
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9. Als Ob - Teresienstad Concentration Camp
2:50 album only
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10. Poco Le Das - Ladino-Bosnia
3:05 album only
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11. Mi Pi El - Greece
2:54 album only
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12. Treba Zati Yak Hulyati - Ukraine
4:58 album only
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13. Rang - Tadjikistan
2:52 album only
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14. Panda Parathan - India
4:21 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This wonderful and unusual recording features selections from Jewish communities throughout the world. Willy Schwarz, not only sings, but play 23 instruments on renditions of Jewish songs from Iran, Uzbekistan, Syria, Ethiopia, Yemen, Italy, Germany, Greece and more. One of the most unusual songs in this collection, "Moses Ray-Too-Ra-Lay-Ay", from Ireland--and sung in English--tells the story of a Bobby who, arrests a peddler when mistakes his Yiddish sign for Gaelic,which was illegal at one time. Fortunately for the peddler, the judge turns out to be (Jewish) a"friend of Lord Briscoe", Robert Briscoe, the Jewish mayor of Dublin in the mid 1950's.

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Mark Tutton


superb original, educational, entertaining what more can i add?
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