Ledor Vador : Hebraic music in Italy during the Renaissance

A radio broadcast of Radio Judaïca Strasbourg hosted by Hector Sabo

Ledor Vador – October 29, 2017, Radio Judaïca Strasbourg (102.9 FM)
Broadcast 8


For this 8th broadcast, Hector Sabo along with his son Léo, present to us the Hebraic music of the 18th century during the era of classicism.
To illustrate that time, we will hear excerpts from Esther’s Oratorio composed by Cristiano Giuseppe Lidarti (1730-after 1793) as well as two versions of the prayer Kol Haneshama, one of them created before Lidarti’s version.

Listen and purchase the CD Baroque Jewish Music

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hector_sabo_def-2.jpgHector Sabo is a musician, composer (piano, organ, harpsichord) and choirmaster, today in charge of the musical direction of the chorals of the Great Synagogue of Strasbourg.

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