Ledor Vador : The birth of Hebrew music in Leonard Bernstein’s work

A radio broadcast of Radio Judaïca Strasbourg hosted by Hector Sabo

Ledor Vador – June 24, 2018, Radio Judaïca Strasbourg (102.9 FM)
Broadcast 38


This 38th broadcast of Ledor Vador, hosted by Hector Sabo, is dedicated to the Jewish work of Leonard Bernstein, emblematic figure of the music in the 20th century, who in particular composed the symphonies Jeremiah (1941) and Kaddish (1957).

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Hector 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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