Neim Zemirot - Maurice Azoulay

A radio broadcast of Judaïques FM hosted by Maurice Azoulay

Neim Zémirot - le 11 mars 2017, Judaïques FM (94,8)

Neim Zemirot is a radio show hosted by Maurice Azoulay who proposes a large choice of Jewish liturgical music. The present program was recorded a few days before Passover.

Maurice Azoulay is born in Meknes Morocco. He was in 1981 the first DJ from Paris playing Jewish music. He presents two radio shows on Judaïques FM, The oriental feast and Neim Zemirot.

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  • Neim Zémirot (partie 1), 11 mars 2017 - Maurice Azoulay (Judaïques FM)

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