The voice in traditionnal ashkenazi liturgy - Hector Sabo

As part of the day of study Vox Aurea-Via Sacra 2014, dedicated to Jewish sacred music, Hector Sabo proposes a study on the voice in traditionnal asenazi litury. Hector Sabo grows up with traditionnal hazanout, transmitted by his grand-fateher Davis Sabo. At age nine, he gets in the professional choir of the Grande Synagogue de Buenos Aires (rue Paso) singing along with his father...

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