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VZL 304: Songs of a Quieter Mood

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Catalogue NumberVZL 304
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Vistas of Israel
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number801096
Number of Tracks1
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Songs Of A Quieter Mood: Ron Eliran

When you think of young Israelis singing and dancing, your first thought might be of the Hora. Yet there is a quieter side of Israeli music, too. Ron Eliran sings these songs of love, many of which were inspired by the Bible.

1) Etz Harimon (The Pomegranite Tree) is an ancient Persian melody with Hebrew lyrics. 1:55 - 4:52

2) L'or Chiyu'chech (By The Light Of Your Smile) is based on a Yemenite tune. 5:23 - 7:00

3) At Adamah (You are The Soil) is an old Arabic melody with Hebrew words. 7:35 - 9:09

4) Hana'avah Babanot(Fairest Among The Maidens). 9:36 - 12:38

5) Taam Hamaan (The Taste Of Mannah) is a popular love song of Yemen. 13:01 - 14:00

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1 - Songs of a Quieter Mood
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