Avodat ha-kodesh [romanized form] Rev. M. Hast's works of sacred music : a complete edition of traditional and original compositions of synagogue music : in four volumes .[music]
Hast, MarcusMusical Notes
שמע ישראל .[ביצוע מוקלט].
Musical traditions (Jewish), Central Asian, Persian
מסורת: מרכז אסיה :פרסים / פרס - קרמן
ירושלים, בית המידען, 29.9.1999.
תפילות: שבת, ימים נוראים, הלל, 1999, שיר מספר 4 (זמן התחלה: 00:23:08)
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