Jewish cradle songs

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Melodies and rhythms change according to the local influences, the traditions and the language. A Yiddish cradle song won’t have the same sound as a Judeo-Spanish song.
Cradle songs are an important part in the transmission of a culture, a heritage, a future...



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  • Berceuse - Leiélé Fisher

  • Durme, Durme - Liat Cohen

  • Shlof Mayn Sheyne Feygale - Yiddishe Fantazye (Collection Découvertes, Vol. 3)

  • Berceuse - Fernand Halphen (Collection PMJF, Vol. 5)

  • A kats mit bloyn oygn - Jacques Grober (Collection PMJF, Vol. 7)

  • Chostakovitch - Berceuse (pour soprano, contralto, ténor et orchestre)

  • In a feldele - Jacques Grober (Collection PMJF, Vol. 7)

  • Frère Jacques, K’shenamut Yikberu Otanu - Mini Shemer

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