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The phonocard Hora Bilu

Archive of the week: discover the phonocard Hora Bilu, a rarity from our archives
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Study and application handbook of the Hebrew liturgy in the Sephardic-Portuguese ritual

The result of many years of work, this handbook by Gilbert Léon, accompanied by 65 CDs, presents an exhaustive vision of the Portuguese ritual of the ancient Marranian communities of South-West of (…)
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The 33 rpm disc « Adama » by Israeli singer Ofra Haza

Rare : this LP called « Adama », by Israeli singer Ofra Haza is transparent and coloured
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Sheet music : Hagoseida composed by Fernand Halphen

Fernand Halphen is best known as a composer. In particular, he wrote a four-part symphony, which was performed in Paris and Monte-Carlo, an orchestral suite, a pantomime, Hagoseida, a ballet, Le (…) Read more

The 78 RPM picture discs by Ben Baruch

Among all our 78 RPM discs (almost 500 discs in September 2017), a few of them stand out from the rest. Such is the case for Ben Baruch’s picture discs. Published by the record label Saturne, (…) Read more

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French Music Before And After The Great War

LATEST PUBLICATION OF THE EIJM. This CD presents the Symphonie in C minor by Fernand Halphen (World premiere) and the Piano Concerto for the Left (…)

The Hourglass - A musical voyage through the Jewish soul

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Gala concert of the European Institute for Jewish Music – 3rd edition

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12th 2017, 5h30pm, Salle Cortot - Paris, the EIJM invites you to its Great Gala Concert. BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW on our online (…)

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