Songs of Moroccan Jews 1st part

Judeo-Moroccan music comes from the fusion of Moroccan and Andalusian cultures

With the expansion of recording methods and of vinyl records, the music from Moroccan Jews has gone worldwide and great singers emerged.

cd_472_couv500px25.jpgLike for example Sami El Maghribi (who’s real name is Salomon Amzallag), who is one of the pioneers of classic Moroccan Music. In the musical style Chaâbi (popular melody), the singers Raymonde El Bidaouia and Chaikh Mwijo stand out from the rest.

cd_638_couv500px25.jpgMore contemporary artists appear such as Vanessa Paloma, Judeo-Spanish singer, or Keren Esther who makes us discover her musical heritage based on Judeo-Spanish songs, learned from her mother, native of Tanger.

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Listen to the radio show: Judeo-Spanish singing by women from Morocco, with Vanessa Paloma and Hervé Roten

Purchase the CD Fuente Nueva, traditional judeo-moroccan songs COLLECTION DECOUVERTE, VOL. 4

Watch the ’’Chabab Al Andalous’’ Orchestra from Rabat, with Haïm Louk on Akadem’s website

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