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VZL 227: Third Israel Song Festival

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Catalogue NumberVZL 227
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Vistas of Israel
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number801043
Number of Tracks1
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Third Israel Song Festival

The Third Israel Song Festival was held in Tel Aviv in 1964 on Israel�s Independence Day. From the hundreds of folk and popular songs submitted each year ten are selected by a committee as the best. During Festival paper coupons from the program are used by those attending to vote for their favorites.

1) Fourth Place Winner: Ani V'shiri (My Song And I). Sung by the Sarid Trio. 3:46 - 4:38

2) Second Place Winner: D�varim Shehlo L�olom (Much Ado About Nothing). Sung by Naomi Levy. 6:08 - 8:25

3) Third Prize Winner: In A Sleepy Path. Sung by Shoshana Damari. 9:02 - 10:48

4) First prize winner: Yaldati Imry (Daughter, Tell Me). Sung by Nahama Hendel and Benny Andorsky. 11:36 - 13:39

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