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3 CD’s of the band Ventanas, with Tamar Ilana

3 albums of the band Ventanas, world music ensemble based in Toronto, led by Tamar Ilana
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OVES - Resonance of the Past

Released in May 2019 at Pike’s Nice Records, the CD OVES – Resonance of the Past presents misknowned Yiddish songs, as well as musical fragments from wax-cylinder (…)
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Les voix de l’oubli : Erwin Schulhoff - Léo Smit

Performed by the flutist Virginie Reibel-Escoffier, this disc deals with the time of the musical purge of Nazi Germany (1933-1945), with those musicians-composers, for most of them Jewish, (…) Read more

Horse Raddish - Haskalah

This new album by Horse Raddish explores new imaginary territories, inspired by Yiddish folklore, jazz and contemporary music. It creates in us alternatively tenderness, humor or rage. CD (…)
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Klezzy !

Recorded in September 2018 by the band Klezmer Loshn, the CD "Klezzy !", gathers klezmer melodies arranged in a style blending classical and traditional
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Sutzkever Project

The CD Sutzkever Project gathers 12 poems written by Avrom Sutzkever on a music composed by Olivier Milhaud beautifully performed by Mélanie Gardyn (vocal) and Natacha Medvedeva (piano). CD now (…)
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Plus bleu que bleu

16 songs of Judeo-Spanish, Yiddish, and Israelian inspiration, from the biblical or classical repertoire performed by Sylvie Sivann, an eclectic artist, as comfortable with lyrical chant, chanson (…)
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Simon Laks - tribute

With this CD tribute to Simon Laks (1901-1983), the music label EDA continues its musical exploration of works from composers killed, deported, or who survived the Holocaust. Learn more about (…) Read more

KZ Musik: Encyclopedia of music composed in concentration camps 1933 - 1945

Published in 2011, this 24 CD boxset gathers overs 500 pieces of music composed in concentration camps. Read more

Exiles

In the CD Exiles, the cellist Ophélie Gaillard, accompanied by the philharmonic orchestra of Monte-Carlo under the direction of James Judd, and then by the musicians of the Sirba Octet, perform an (…) Read more