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VZL 252: Music of Israel (Songs for Winter)

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Catalogue NumberVZL 252
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Vistas of Israel
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number801068
Number of Tracks1
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Music Of Israel: Songs Of Winter

You might expect sun, warmth and dry days all year round in Israel, but the winter months are cloudy and rainy. The Negev blooms in winter from the rains and the orange groves become laden with fruit.

1) The Story Of A Winter's Night, sung by Shimon Bar. 0:52 - 2:05

2) Kolaniyot (The Wild Red Poppy), sung by Shoshana Damari. 3:07 - 5:47

3) Rakefet (Wild Sycomore Flower), sung by Esther Reichstat. 6:10 - 9:30

4) The Song Of The Narcissus, sung by Lydia Mardigar 9:47 - 11:29

5) Tapuach Zahav (The Orange is known as the Golden Apple, in Hebrew), is sung by The Yarkon River Trio. 11:53 - 13:45

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1 - Music of Israel (Songs for Winter)
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