Ledor Vador : Léonce Cohen, Charles-Valentin Alkan and Samuel David

A radio broadcast of Radio Judaïca Strasbourg hosted by Hector Sabo

Ledor Vador – December 10, 2017, Radio Judaïca Strasbourg (102.9 FM)
Broadcast 13


For this 13th program, Hector Sabo, along with his son Léo, talk about Hebraic music in the second half of the 19th century, composed in France.

We will first hear a short piece by the composer Léonce Cohen : Odo al Eretz (psalm 158), followed by excerpts of compositions by Charles-Valentin Alkan and Samuel David.

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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