The Oriental festival

A radio program of the European Institute of Jewish Music hosted by Avner Azoulay

LE FESTIVAL ORIENTAL – MONDAY JULY 20, 2020, RADIO J (94.8), 15h35 and 16H05
Broadcasts 118 et 119

Broadcasted every monday on Radio J (94.8 FM), « The oriental festival » is a radio program from the European Institute of Jewish Music dedicated to Oriental Music.

Titles of the songs broadcasted

1st broadcast (3:35 p.m.):

  • Eliah Vahav – ‘Habibi (Yerushalmi piyut)
  • Youval Taieb – Inta Omri (Egyptian classic)
  • ‘Hamdi Benani – Jani Majani (Classic from Constantine)
  • Samy El Maghribi – Omri Manensak Ya Mamma (Moroccan classic)
  • Shirane et Yéhouda Kessar – Sod Hamazalot (Tribute to Zohar Argov)

2nd broadcast (4:05 p.m.):

  • Meydad Tassa – Ben Shel Melekh (Yerushalmi piyut)
  • Le Petit Michel (Michel Perez) – Laaziza (Moroccan folk)
  • Reinette L’oranaise – Ana Louliya (Classic from Oran)
  • Doukha – Jari Ya ‘Hamouda (Tunisian classic)
  • Rinat Bar – Mabrouk Alek Ya Ariss Mabrouk in Hebrew (Israeli variety)

avner_azoulay.jpgAvner Azoulay is a radio host and producer on FM since 2002. Trained to Eastern music by his father Maurice Azoulay, radio host of the show ” La fête orientale ” on Judaïques FM, Avner Azoulay works since March 2018 at the European Institute of Jewish Music. As part of a partnership with Radio J, he hosts in February 2019 the show « The Oriental festival » created by Maurice Elfassi on Radio J.

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