Ledor Vador : Baroque music in France : the Canticum Hebraicum by Louis Saladin

A radio broadcast of Radio Judaïca Strasbourg hosted by Hector Sabo

Ledor Vador - 22nd October 2017, Radio Judaïca Strasbourg (102.9 FM)
7th Broadcast

Hector Sabo along with his son Léo speak with Aline Zielbereich, music teacher who took part in the first recording in 1979 of the « Canticum Hebraicum », written by the Christian composer Louis Saladin.

Aline Zielbereich will talk in particular about the musical characteristics of this work which was played for a circumcision in the Comtat Venaissin.



Hector Sabo is a musician, composer (piano, organ, harpsichord) and choirmaster, today in charge of the musical direction of the chorals of the Great Synagogue of Strasbourg.

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