Sephardi

Kazablan

Directed by Menahem Golan

Kazablan is an Israeli musical starring Yehoram Gaon and is an Israeli take on Romeo and Juliette.

More information can be found at the National Center for Jewish Film at Brandeis University website.

The popular song Kol HaKavod from the film

Material Type: 
Films
Year: 
1973
Yehoram Gaon in Kazablan. Photo taken from Wikipedia

Gesaenge de Juden auf der Insel Djerba (Posthumous Works, II)

The original German version of the epoch-making monograph by Robert Lachmann (published originally in 1942 in English without musical examples and photographs) on the musical culture of the venerable Jewish community from the Island of Djerba, off the southern coast of Tunisia. Reaching far beyond this specific case, which served Lachmann as a kind of pilot project, the book has become a model that scholars may find applicable to other issues in ethnomusicology.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1978

Five Sephardic Choruses (SMR Bresler Collection)

Composer
Performer

Contents:
I. Yom Gila
II. Ya Ribbon Olam
III. Ein Keloheinu
IV. Adon Olam
V. Zamm'ri Li

Performers:

Mary Ellen Callahan, soprano
Helen Kruszewski, soprano (III. only)
Heather Johnson, mezzo-soprano
Matthew Kirchner, tenor
Gideon Dabi, baritone (III. only)
Ted Christopher, baritone
Pen Ying Fang, piano
Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir
Patrick Gardner, conductor

Material Type: 
Recordings
Year: 
2004

Yona Homiya

12 Sephardic songs. The book contains songs that were either written, composed, or sung by Yitzhak Eliyahu Navon. Includes words and music. Edited and published by Yitzhak Levi, for the preservation of Sephardi folk music.

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
1950

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