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Perdu dans les étoiles ou Le destin juif de Kurt Weill

Author of three books dedicated to Kurt Weill, Roland Bélicha is a former collaborator of the magazines Revue Musicale and Revue Finno-ougrienne. He also wrote about Erik (…) Read more

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Kurt Weill (1900-1950)

PLAYLIST A selection of compositions by Kurt Weill, partly inspired from Judaism Read more

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The yiddish cabaret - Korngold / Schulhoff / Desyatnikov

A disc placed under the label of the Yiddish musical tradition, imagined by Jerusalem’s Quartet, around Schulhoff, Desyatnikov and Korngold Read more

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Giacomo Meyerbeer

This new volume from the Horizons collection, released in february 2017 by the Editions Bleu Nuit, offers us to meet a master of the French “Grand Opera”, forsaken and (…) Read more

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Jacques OFFENBACH

Illustrated biography, released in October 2019 by Editions Bleu Nuit, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the birth of Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880) Read more

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Le Candélabre à Sept Branches (the seven-branch candelabra) (1951) by Darius Milhaud

Composed in Paris between December 20 and 28, 1951, Le Candélabre à Sept Branches is a cycle of seven short works for piano by Darius Milhaud (1892-1974), evoking the main celebrations of the (…) Read more

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Judeo-Spanish songs: part 3

PLAYLIST below Judeo-Spanish is the vernacular language of the descendants of Jews chased from the Iberian Peninsula in 1492 and 1497... Read more

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Alexandre Tansman’s collection

Following the radio broadcast dedicated to the Jewish work of Alexandre Tansman (1897-1986), the composer’s daughters, Mireille and Marianne Tansman, did us the honour to give the European (…) Read more

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The Jewish traditional wedding

The wedding in Jewish tradition follows certain rules. It’s about celebrating the marriage of two people, but also their belonging to a religious life. Two months before the wedding, the future (…) Read more

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Klezmer music 1rst part

The word klezmer comes from the combination of two Hebrew words kli and zemer, that means literally “tool (or instrument) of the singing”. This word defines the instrumental music of the Central (…) Read more