Raoul Journo

Born in Tunis in 1911 and died in Paris in 2001, Raoul Journo was a singer-songwriter who wrote more than 90 songs in the purest style of oriental music. A singer with a powerful voice, he specialized in the interpretation of taâlil, these songs of praise improvised during family ceremonies (birth, circumcision, bar mitzvah, henna, wedding…).

We propose you to discover here some of his greatest musical successes, such as Taâlilat laâroussa or Tlammet Lahbab.

Enjoy your listening!


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