The world's most popular Shabbat songs .[music]
Pasternak, VelvelMusical Notes
Jewish love songs : Hebrew, Ladino, Yiddish, Yemenite songs
Atlanta, GA : JSL Enterprises
Musical traditions (Jewish)
Side 1. Shecharchoret -- Yo m'enamori d'un aire -- Ayalat chen -- Erev shel shoshanim -- Yad anugah -- side 2. Sapari tamah -- Dodi li -- Avre tu -- Bein nehar prat u'nehar hidekel -- Tumbelalaika.
Folded sheet includes program notes and credits.
מסורת: קהלות ישראל - כללי, שונות
Liat Lasker, vocals
guitar and bass, Ben Zion Bronshtein
oud, Suhell Sadran
drums, Richard Austin
flute, Noreen Fields
tabla drum, Zahi Elias.
Sung in Hebrew, Ladino, Yiddish.
1 audio cassette : stereo 1 folded sheet..
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