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VZL 228: Music of Israel (Songs Inspired by the Bible)

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Catalogue NumberVZL 228
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Vistas of Israel
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number801044
Number of Tracks1
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Music Of Israel: Songs Inspired By The Bible

1) U'Moshe Hika Al Tzur (And Moses Struck The Rock). Sung by the Rinat Choir. 1:16 - 4:44

2) Oh Absolem, Absolem, My Son . Sung by Yosef Pelter and Shalom Amrani. 5:17 - 8:25

3) Baruch Gid�on (Blessed Be Gideon). Sung by Nehameh Hendel, celebrating the victory by Gideon's army against the army of Midyon. 8:50 - 11:16

4) Aseret Hatzadikim (The Ten Righteous Men). The story of Lot at Sodom and Gemorrah. 11:39 - 14:05

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1 - Music of Israel (Songs Inspired by the Bible)
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