Hidden sides of Jewish Music: Azaféa, a Spanish odyssey

A radio Show broadcasted on Radio SHALOM Montreal, hosted by Hélène Engel

Les faces cachées de la musique juive - February 13th 2015, Radio SHALOM Montreal

This radio show, hosted by Hélène Engel, talks about the second CD of the Discovery collection.
This second volume takes us beyond the seas, on the steps of Sefardi Jews who kept the Spanish musical heritage, adapting it to the music of various lands in which they settled (Turkey, South America, Israel...)
Performed by the duet Lev-Yulzari, guitar and double bass.

Hélène Engel is a singer, musicologist, author, composer and arranger. She is interested in all aspects of Jewish music, from the collecting of historical sounds to today’s compositions. Based in Montreal, she hosts the radio show " The hidden sides of Jewish Music" on Radio SHALOM Montreal.

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