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VZL 243: Songs from

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Catalogue NumberVZL 243
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Vistas of Israel
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number801059
Number of Tracks1
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Music of Israel: Songs From The King and the Cobbler Performed at the Cameri Theatre

�The King And The Cobbler� is an Israeli home-grown musical comedy similar to the shows on Broadway in New York City. This musical is set in Jerusalem during the time of King Solomon.

1) Street Scene. 1:22 - 2:37

2) The Song Of The Cobbler. A drunken cobbler bears a likeness to King Solomon. 3:04 - 5:15

3) Another Street Scene. The cobbler takes over as the King, discovering that although he is a good cobbler, he is not such a good king. 5:37 - 7:29

4) Cobbler sings about his lonliness. 7:38 - 9:30

5) King Solomon Returns. The cobbler returns to his old job. 9:45 - 11:51

6) The Queen of Sheba. 12:04 - 14:15

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1 - Songs from The King and the Cobbler / Music of Israel
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