Of gold and light, a musical journey through Jewish celebrations

A radio program by the European Institute for Jewish Music hosted by Hervé Roten

MUSIQUES JUIVES D’HIER ET D’AUJOURD’HUI - TUESDAY JANUARY 17TH, JUDAÏQUES FM (94.8), 21H05

Jewish music goes round the Mediterranean sea, through the Jewish calendar, from Roch Hashanah to Purim. From one style to another, from Hebrew Baroque to Judeo-Spanish romances, from lively rythms to melancolic melodies. With a great range of instruments, the Ensemble XVIII-21 Le Baroque Nomade performs this repertoire with sensitivity, with many improviations, contrasts, showing all the influences Jewish Music transports...
(In French)

Listen to excerpts from the CD Or vezahav
Buy the CD on the webpage of the music label Evidence
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