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Sebban, Zabulon (1911-1983)

Biography written in French by his son Alain Sebban (translated by EIJM) Born on the 11th of December in Géryville, near Oran (Algeria), Zabulon Sebban lived a full life. With his wife, Odette (…) Read more

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The singing of the prayers in Algiers’ ritual

PLAYLIST below As a teenager, Zabulon Sebban followed the Rabbinic Seminary « Ets Haïm » of Algiers, and had as classmates the future great Rabbis Meyer Jaïs (Paris), and Simon Morali (Nancy then (…) Read more

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Judeo-French music from the 18th and 19th century

From the collection MUSICAL HERITAGE OF THE JEWS FROM FRANCE, vol 2. In the 18th century, the Jewish people are gathered in three major spots: the Comtat Venaissin, the South West of France and (…) Read more

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Shabbat songs in the Tunisian rite

A selection of Shabbat songs from Tunisia performed by Mr. Hababou, Abraham Cohen, Salomon Bellaiche, Hagaye Batzri, Itsik Eshel and Yehouda Zeitoun... Read more

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Shabbat songs in the Comtadine and Portuguese rites

A selection of Shabbat songs from communities of Portuguese rites (Amsterdam, London, Paris, Bordeaux, Bayonne, New York, Curaçao…) and from the Comtat Venaissin, performed by Abraham Lopes (…) Read more

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The Collection Musical Heritage of the Jews from France

PLAYLIST Here is a selection of the best tunes from the collection Musical Heritage of the Jews from France... Read more

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Study and application handbook of the Hebrew liturgy in the Sephardi-Portuguese ritual

The result of many years of work, this handbook by Gilbert Léon, accompanied by 65 CDs, presents an exhaustive vision of the Portuguese ritual of the ancient Marranian communities of South-West of (…)
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Religious music

Psalms and psalmodies

Traditionally attributed to King David, the 150 poetic texts that make up the book of Psalms, however, have a more uncertain origin: it would probably be a set of poems written during the 4 to 5 (…) Read more

Secular music

Klezmer music: from the past to the present

Klezmer is an instrumental music for celebrations which was once performed in the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe at weddings or joyous religious celebrations, such as Purim, Simhat Torah, (…) Read more

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