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Sauvée des cendres (saved from the ashes)

Hélios Azoulay & l’Ensemble de Musique incidentale recreate lost works from music composers of the Holocaust. Read more

D’or et de lumière - Or Vezahav - Music for celebrations

With this new CD, the le Baroque nomade, led by par Jean-Christophe Frisch, goes all around the Mediterranean Sea, and takes us on a journey through the Jewish holidays, from Rosh Hashana to (…)
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A katsn’ shpring - a cat’s leap

Here is a very nice CD that just entered our collections: a katsn’ shpring, by the French ensemble Raisins et Amandes. Through 12 beautiful songs, the band makes us travel through Judeo-Spanish (…)
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Malouf songs from Constantine

Release in the record label MLP of a new anthology dedicated to the famous singer and player of oud Cheikh Raymond. A double CD to rediscover the master of Arab-Andalusian (…) Read more

Jüdische Volkslieder gut gemischt

The EIJM just received a collection of 33 RPM discs, among them "Fredy Durra singt Jüdische Volkslieder gut gemischt".
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Albert Cahen d’Anvers

Albert Cahen d’Anvers, who was not really known during his time, is featured here for his work that takes part in the rich period of 19th century French melody. Performed by Françoise Masset, (…)
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Il Mantovano Hebreo

The EIJM just recieved this CD comprising 30 music pieces written by Salomone Rossi, aka "Il Mantovano Hebreo" Read more

Tur Malka

Transposing the rich musical traditions of the old world into the new, Tur Malka, a new song cycle based on 20th Century Yiddish poetry, is the newest project from award-winning (…)
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exilio

La Roza Enflorese plays with the Quatuor Alfama to perform a Judeo-Spanish repertoire with polyphonics from the Spanish Renaissance and original compositions by Philippe Malfeyt on Pablo Neruda’s (…)
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Die Drei Kantoren and Second Yom Tov

Die Drei Kantoren are, like the name says in German, three cantors, tenor, baritone and bass, who unite their voices in repertoire of hazanout, Israeli songs, Yiddish and (…)
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Courses cycle: Jewish art music in Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries (Italy, France, Holland)

The Elie Wiesel Institute organizes with the European Institute for Jewish Music a four courses cycle, on January 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th 2017 (…)

Hebrew melodies for cello and piano

RELEASE OF THE 1ST CD FROM THE "CLASSICAL MUSIC" COLLECTION Admirably performed by Sarah Iancu (cello) and David Bismuth (piano), this CD (…)

The Judeo-Portuguese musical traditions in France

Hervé Roten - Maisonneuve et Larose, 2000, Paris. During the first half of the XVIth century, several families composed of Portuguese Maranos, (…)

Nomination of Hervé Roten to the rank of Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters

On September 13th 2016, Hervé Roten has been nominated Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters by French minister of culture and communication, (…)

Yerushe - Treasures from Yiddish musical archives

RELEASE OF THE 7th CD FROM THE DISCOVERY COLLECTION Yerushe, which means heritage in Yiddish, revives a whole part of Yiddish songs that were (…)