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VZL 251: Folk Songs of Israel

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Catalogue NumberVZL 251
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Vistas of Israel
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number801067
Number of Tracks1
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Folk Songs Of Israel

Since Israel is a land of many cultures it is only natural that its music would become a �melting pot.� In the early days of Israel, many of the songs had a Russian derivation. Songs of the Hassidic movement as well as other ethnic groups have also influenced the music of israel.

1) Ad Or Haboker (Until The Light Of Day), sung by the the Karmon Israeli Singers. 2:14 - 3:57

2) Rad Halaila (Night Has Fallen), sung by the Karmon Israeli Singers. 4:30 - 6:16

3) Bat Tzurim (Daughter Of The Rocks), sung by the Inbal Troupe, has a strong Yemenite flavor. 6:33 - 7:58

4) Ahavat Hadassah (The Love Of Hadassah). Yeminite origin. 8:43 - 10:02

5) Et Doim Kalah (The Time For Love, My Bride). Sephardic origin. 10:16 - 11:22

6) Erev Ba (Evening Comes), sung by Shimon Bar. 11:42 - 13:54

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1 - Folk Songs of Israel
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