Musique Internationale

Barry Serota (1948-2009) established Musique Internationale in 1969. Widely known for his deep knowledge of Jewish music, he was an advisor to the Milken Archive of Jewish Music, participated in the Library of American Jewish Music Project and served as executive director of the Institute for Jewish Sound Recording.

As the founder and director of Musique Internationale he produced over 100 sound recordings of Jewish sacred and secular music. He had a reputation as  a passionate promoter of chazzanut. Many of the cantorial pieces that Serota recorded on his label were rare and unique.


Rights to the recordings in this collection courtesy of  Musique Internationale.




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