Haggada from Passover

Judeo Tunisian tradition

This touching CD offers us a reissue of the recording of the Passover Haggada, in the Tunisian rite, performed by Nathan Cohen, Baby Bismuth, Haim Slama and Alain Setbon...

After « Jewish singers from Algeria » and « Jewish singers from Tunisia », the producer Michel Levy who acquired the oriental music catalog Dounia, reissues a recording of the Haggadah of Pessah, performed by Nathan Cohen, Baby Bismuth, Haim Slama and Alain Setbon.

This CD takes part in a rich collection of more than 1000 music pieces, dedicated to conservation and transmission of the heritage of the music of the Jews from North Africa and Middle East.

Other publications in the same label:
- Jewish singers from Morocco
- Jewish singers from the Middle East

For more information, see the website of Mlp Music.

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Début de la Haggada de Pâques
Khallini Nesker
Ya Illana
Had Gadia

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  • Début de la Haggada de Pâques

  • Khallini Nesker

  • Ya Illana

  • Had Gadia

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