Israel of yesterday and today

Israel, promised land, is a non-ending source of inspiration for many singers with Jewish origins...

Through this playlist, discover and listen again to some of the best singers, such as Shoshana Damari, Dany Delmin, Rika Zaraï, Yéhoram Gaon, as well as the Israeli choir RINAT that mix old texts with contemporary melodies and rythms.

Songs of people of Israel, collected and recorded in Israel by Maurice Better like Kol Dodi, from the Song of Songs, are also in this playlist.

Popular joyous songs, a message of love, hope and peace. In Shdemati (my earth), Aravah Trio speaks of a fertile land full of sun...

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  • Shema Israël - Zemed REIM

  • Arava - Rika ZARAÏ

  • Hakad - Soshana DAMARI

  • At your gates, Jérusalem - Yéhoram GAON

  • Danses et chants d’Israël - Hanna AHRONI

  • Hatikva - Shulie NATHAN

  • Der emigrante - Dany DELMIN

  • Hen Efshar - Soshana DAMARI

  • Kol Dodi - Maurice BITTER

  • Sur les collines de Shek Aerek - Chorale Israélienne RINAT

  • Shdemati - Le Trio Aravah

  • Jérusalem of gold - Shulie NATHAN

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