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GUEST,Volgadon England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 22 Oct 08

Here is the daily dose of bland, musical soup!
The perfect antidote to the Life's Work.
Featuring Shlomo Bar and Habrera Hativit. Shlomo Bar, vocalist and percussionist, is a Moroccan immigrant, the fiddler and sitar player (now deceased, sadly) immigrated from India, after a very succesful career playing both classical and Bolywood scores, the bassist Israeli born, of Ashkenazi extraction and the guitarist is a jazz player from South America. He plays banjo too.

Shecharchoret (Dark Girl). A traditional Ladino romance. Absolutely stunning.

The Market Song (Shir Hashuk). Insane banjo!!

Children Are a Joy (Yeladim Ze Simcha). Wonderful sitar and fiddle, on a Moroccan tune. The song itself is a biting protest song.

In the Village of Todera (Etzlenu Bikfar Todera). A poem about one of the traditions of the Berber Jews, set to a Hassidic tune.

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