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Radio shows from the EIJM

Judith Cohen - On the roads of the world

MUSIQUES JUIVES D’HIER ET D’AUJOURD’HUI – TUESDAY 11th FEBRUARY 2020, JUDAÏQUES FM (94.8), 21H00 Singer, multi-instrumentalist, ethnomusicologist, Judith Cohen travels since over 50 years on the roads (…) Read more

Biographies

Cohen, Judith (1949)

A singer and performer on medieval and traditional instruments, ethnomusicologist and university lecturer, Judith Cohen was born in Montreal (Canada). Since the 1970’s, she travelled frequently (…)
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Üsküdara - Fel shara - Terk in America - Et cetera

PLAYLIST Üsküdara giderik’en is a song taken from a Turkish operetta of the end of the 19th century, which was translated or adapted in dozens of languages (Judeo-Spanish, Serbian, Croationa, (…) Read more

Biographies

Levy, Solly (1939-2020)

Tribute by Judith Cohen: Solly Levy was born in Tangier (Morocco) on November 1st, 1939. He emigrated to Canada with his wife, Madeleine, and their first child, Eddy, in 1968. Upon his arrival, (…)
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Radio shows from the EIJM

Tamar Ilana – The Sefardi « Judy Garland »

MUSIQUES JUIVES D’HIER ET D’AUJOURD’HUI – TUESDAY 24th SEPTEMBER 2019, JUDAÏQUES FM (94.8), 21H00 Born in Toronto, Tamar Ilana grew up on the road, along with her mother, the ethnomusicologist Judith (…) Read more

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Music festival... Judeo-Spanish version !

PLAYLIST - On June 21st, we celebrate music ! Listen to a selection of festive and dancing Judeo-Spanish songs from various countries around the Mediterranean Sea (Greece, Turkey, (…) Read more

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Gerineldo

PLAYLIST - The musical band Gerineldo was created in Montreal in 1980 with the goal of preserving and spreading the Judeo-Spanish songs and culture of north of (…) Read more

Secular music

Songs of Sefardi Jews

An introductive article about the singing of Sefardi Jews Read more

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The Jewish traditional wedding n° 2

PLAYLIST 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. Retour ligne automatique Two (…) 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

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