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VZL 306: Songs of Israel (Tramping the Highways and Byways)

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Catalogue NumberVZL 306
Matrix Number N/A
Record Label Vistas of Israel
Record Format33 1/3 RPM - 12"
Shelf Number801098
Number of Tracks1
Date RecordedN/A
Album Artists
Notes Songs Of Israel: Tramping The Highways And Byways

Unlike other countries which have had centuries to develop their traditions, Israel�s traditions are in the process of forming. One new tradition is �The Four Day March to Jerusalem.� Israelis of all ages have embraced hiking as a national pastime. This annual trip expresses the Israeli the love of hiking and tramping.

1) Schmonah B�ik-vey Echad (Eight Following One) sung by the Children's Choir and G�ulah Gil. 2:55 - 5:08

2) Zemer Bid�rachim (Singing Along). 5:47 - 7: 41

3) Hopa Hay (no English title) sung by Naomi Shemer. 8:28 - 10:13

4) A marching song sung by a choral group. 10:54 - 12:27

5) Tay V�orez (Tea And Rice). 12:46 - 13:43

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1 - Songs of Israel (Tramping the Highways and Byways)
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