The archives concerning Jacques Chalude, aka Ben baruch

One of the finest ashkenazi cantor’s voice !

It’s with the precious help of his son, Joël Chalude, that we slowly built the holding around Jacques Chalude. This collection, kept safely in our archives room, gathers 78rpm, sheet music, pictures, posters, that illustrates Jacques Chalude’s great career.

You can now search in our catalogue for these archives (search Ben Baruch’s archives.)
Or with an appointment at the European Institute for Jewish Music (contact@iemj.org)

Learn more about Ben Baruch.
Learn more about Joël Chalude.
Buy the 6 pack CD’s « Jewish Music in Paris in the Aftermath of WWII, Elesdisc 1948-1953, coll Archives.

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