Andalusian music : Ladino music

A radio program from Radio Tel Aviv hosted by Sabine Amsellem

MUSIQUES ANDALOUSES - 22 octobre et 12 novembre 2015, Radio TAF (102 FM)

Sabine Amsellem takes us on a journey on the tracks of Andalusian music of the communities of today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina. Since 1492, expelled Jews from Spain found refuge in this corner of the Balkans, and continued their musical traditions in which the voice has a major place.

Sabine Amsellem taught piano as well as music theory and culture at the Paris conservatory. She then settled in Israel where she became producer of the radio programs “Andalusian Music” and “Music Forever” on Radio TAF in Tel Aviv.

(In French)

Listen to

In case the music player doesn't open, you must allow the opening of pop-ups for the website iemj.org in your browser settings.

  • Musique Ladino 1 - Sabine Amsellem (Radio TAF)

  • Musique Ladino 2 - Sabine Amsellem (Radio TAF)

Lire tout

You may also like

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

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12TH 2017,5H30 PM at the CORTOT HALL - 78 rue Cardinet, 75017 Paris The European Institute for Jewish Music is pleased to invite (…)

Conference: music, language and Jewish songs

Filmed conference (beneath), as part of the 1st edition of “Campus en Musique” festival, about music, languages and Jewish songs, by Hervé Roten, (…)

Du salon au front : Fernand Halphen (1872-1917), composer, patron and director of military music

A collective work published in April 2017 under the direction of Laure Schnapper, with the collaboration of Pierre-André Meyer – Preface by Hervé (…)

Discovering Jewish music: a conference by Hervé Roten

On May 3rd 2017 at 7 pm in the synagogue of Bordeaux, Hervé Roten will hold a conference on Jewish music, illustrated with many audio and video (…)

Marc-Alain Ouaknin invites Hervé Roten on his radio show « Talmudiques » broadcasted on France Culture

Radion Program on April 9 and 16 2017, from 9h10 am to 9h42 am. The blooming encounters of Jewish traditional songs with French variety gave (…)