הקלטה אתנוגרפית Y-14583-CAS_A
הקלטה אתנוגרפית Y-14583-CAS_B
Sherman, Meir; Neginah Orchestra
New York, N.Y. : Tzahalah
Green, Yossi 1955- (composer, arranger of music)
Sherman, Meir (singer, performer)
Lamm, Yisroel (arranger of music)
Neginah Orchestra (performer)
Popular music, Hasidic,Musical traditions (Jewish)
1 audio cassette : stereo..
Program notes on container.
מסורת: קהלות ישראל - כללי, שונות
Sung in Hebrew and English.
Side 1. Ilu -- Ko riboin -- A letter -- V'hoer -- Al eileh -- side 2. Sameach -- Hinei -- Kol b'ramah -- Od yishoma -- Ono melech -- Meloich.
צד 1. אילו -- יה רבון -- A letter to Moshiach -- והאר -- על אלה -- צד 2. שמח -- הנה -- קול ברמה -- עוד ישמע -- אנא מלך -- מלוך.
|Note on Participants||
Vocals, Meir Sherman ; music by Neginah Orchestra.
Songs and vocal arrangements by Yossi Green ; arranged by Yisroel Lamm.
|Note on Language||
Sung in Hebrew and English.
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