Sirba Octet - In the Heart of the Yiddish Soul

with Catherine Lara

Published by Sony in 2012, Catherine Lara joins the Sirba Octet for the creation of this original album

This project of disc is born from an encounter with Catherine Lara who asked the Sirba Octet to join her on a new adventure around the Yiddish soul, project created in November 2012.
Seduced by the band’s atmosphear, Catherine Lara chose to revisit eight of her greatest songs to perform with the Sirba Octet and Pascal Contet on the accordion, with arrangements by Cyrille Lehn.
A must listen !


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T’as pas le temps
Nuit magique
Ca la breaza

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  • T’as pas le temps

  • Nuit magique

  • Ca la breaza

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