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Five hundred years after the expulsion of Jews from Spain, the passionate ballads and lyric love songs of peninsular Spain live on in the Sephardic tradition. This lecture-recital combines haunting melodies with an explanation of their origin, their significance within the Sephardic world, and an analysis of the individual songs in tonight's programme

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Archive listings for Ballads and Love Songs of the Sephardic Tradition (2005)

Work type: Lecture.


Presented by The Cervantes Institute and the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Sudies UCL.Performer Yasmin Levy (vocals). Lecturer Hilary Pomeroy. Performer Ishay Amir (darbuka).
31 Mar 05Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170
listing details L0851797066


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