Rika Zaraï

Famous singer of the 1960’s


The French-Israeli singer Rika Zaraï had a great success in France in the 1960’s and 1970’s, with songs such as Casatchock, Sans chemise, sans pantalon or Balapapa.

She also adapted in French classics from the Israeli repertoire, such as Hava Naguila, Yerushalayim shel zahav and Hallelujah (Grand Prize Eurovision 1979).

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  • Eretz (Extrait)

  • Yemei Neourim’ (Extrait)

  • Simfonia shel leil horef (Extrait)

  • Gan Hashikmim (Extrait)

  • Hallelou ! (Extrait)

  • Balapapa (Extrait)

  • Exodus (Extrait)

  • Sans connaître la musique (Extrait)

  • Casatschok (Extrait)

  • Kalinka (Extrait)

  • Vis ta vie (Extrait)

  • Jérusalem en or (Extrait)

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