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Wow! This does look amazing (wish I could make sense of it too).

David

On Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 3:15 AM Joel Bresler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> (Apologies for cross-posting)
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> Dear friends:
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> Can anyone help me make sense of this page? I would like to know more
> about the recordings listed here:
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>  <
> https://kasetomanija.wordpress.com/2010/01/30/sefardski-i-orijentalni-jevreji-live-recordings-from-some-private-collection-of-jewish-songs-and-chorals/>
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> https://kasetomanija.wordpress.com/2010/01/30/sefardski-i-orijentalni-jevreji-live-recordings-from-some-private-collection-of-jewish-songs-and-chorals/
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> Thanks to the EEFC list members, here are the cassette title and song
> titles transcribed:
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> SEPHARDIC AND ORIENTAL JEWISH
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> SIDE 1
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> 1             Ps. 29 Rab. Tsadik Danon - Sar(ajevo?)
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> 2             -''- Rab. Yosef Levi - Sofia
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> 3             -''- Rab. Avram Behar - Sofia
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> 4             -''- Rab. Yaakov Koen - Istanbul
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> 5             Ps. 92 - Tunisia – Island of Djerba
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> 6             -''- Yemen - Sana'a
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> 7             -''- Iran - Teheran
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> 8             -''- Egypt - Cairo
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> 9             -''- Syria - Aleppo
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> 10          -''- Subotitsa ['Subotica', a place in Serbia]- Ashkenazi
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> 11          Reading the Torah - Turkey
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> 12          -''- Yemen - Damar/Dhamar Tsel 12; 21 P1:1(?)
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> 13          -''- Israel - Jaffa - Pos 1: 1-5
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> 14          Iraq - Baghdad – Pos 1: 1-5
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> 15          Italy - Rome
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> 16          Frankfurt - Pos 31:1-12
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> 17          Afghanistan - Pos 1: 6-8
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> 18          Yemen - Sana'a - Br 10; 29-31
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> 19          Persia - Teheran and Izl - 13: 19-22
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> 20          Prophets - Kurdistan
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> a) The Song of Songs
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> b) Hezekiah
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> 21          Iraq - Kiddush (sanctification of the Sabbath)
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> 22          Iraq - Shmuel Ben Atar
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> El Meod Na'ala
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> SIDE 2
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> 1             Psalm 111 - Ezra Barnea
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> 2             Turkish - Adonai Bekol Shofar/Yigdal Elohim Chai(?)
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> 3             Morocco - Mordekhai Buzaglo
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> Adon Haselichot(?)/Yah Shema Evyonecha
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> 4             Turkish - Adonai shamati shim’akha yareti
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> 5             Iraq - Shmuel Ben Atar
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> a. HaMavdil
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> b. Shir Hama’alot (kraj mije ????, otishao je u beskonoaost - in Serbian)
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> Behar and Danon are mentioned in this book:  <
> https://www.amazon.com/Wieviel-Wandel-vertr%C3%A4gt-eine-Tradition/dp/3487156040>
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> https://www.amazon.com/Wieviel-Wandel-vertr%C3%A4gt-eine-Tradition/dp/3487156040
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> Danon and Levi appear in The Ankica Petrovic Collection,  <
> https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt6f59s0xm/entire_text/>
> https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt6f59s0xm/entire_text/,
> Subseries 4.
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> Barnea is a well-known cantor in Israel and head of the Renanot Institute
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> Buzaglo has released a number of commercial recordings, also in Israel.
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> Does anyone recognize these contents from commercial or known field
> recordings? Or is this a one-off tape put together by a mysterious
> collector? The speculation over on the EEFC was that a Hebrew speaker had
> dictated the contents to someone who then transcribed it as you see (in
> Serbian?)
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> More broadly, these are the recordings I know of (on LP, CS and CD)
> originating in the former Yugoslavia. Does anyone know of additional
> recordings with even one Sephardic song? And I am trying to obtain physical
> copies of those highlighted in red for a research library I am assembling.
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> Artist/Group/Editor
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> RecordingTitle
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> Asher,Yishmael, Yitshak Asiel and Yitshak Papo
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> Arvit shel Shabbat
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> Cossetto, Emil
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> Partita Sefardica
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> Duma Levantina
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> Pesmi španskih Židov
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> Eftimova, Milka
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> Sefardski Romansi
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> Grupa Ladino Sarajevo
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> El Romancero Judeo-Español
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> Hor "Braća Baruh" (The Baruch Brothers Choir)
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> Jevrejska Duhovna Muzika
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> Hor "Braća Baruh" (The Baruch Brothers Choir)
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> Jevrejska Narodno I Svetovna Muzika
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> Hor "Braća Baruh" (The Baruch Brothers Choir)
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> Jewish Synagogal, Traditional and Popular Music
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> Kabiljo, Aleksandar Saša
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> Concert title: SEPHARDIC TRADITIONAL SONG
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> Mixed Choir Lira
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> Hrvatske I  Židovske Pjesme
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> Mixed Choir Lira
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> Sarajevo Haggadah, The
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> Moša Pijade
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> Jewish Classical and Yugoslav songs
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> Moša Pijade
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> Jewish Songs
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> Moša Pijade
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> Najpopularnije izvedbe Zbora KUD "Moša Pijade"
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> Nataša, Mirković
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> En el amor
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> Nerušilová, Věra
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> Nigun
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> Petrovic, Ankica
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> Tradicionalna Muzika Na Tlu Bosne I Hercegovine
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> Pontanima
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> Bosanski Te Deum
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> Pontanima
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> Tajna Mira, pjesme religija
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> Shira Utfila
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> Na kapijama tvojim, o, Jerusalime
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> Shira Utfila
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> Nagila aleluja
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> Shira u'tfila
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> biviendo en kantando
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> Shira u'tfila
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> Heritage
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> Shira u'tfila
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> Kante Enkantante
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> Shira u'tfila
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> Sephardic Songs From the Balkans
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> Shira u'tfila
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> Ya, senyor del mondo
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> Tutunović, Drita
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> Izgreva Mesec
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> Tutunović, Drita & Shira u'tfila
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> Donde Tiyenes Ojos
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> Various
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> Glasba in manjšine
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> © Joel Bresler, 2019
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> There were also various recordings made by emigres from that area and
> published abroad, such as those by Flory Jagoda and field recordings
> collected by Prof. Susana Weich-Shahak. Thanks for your time and for
> helping me fill in the blanks!
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> Warm regards,
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> Joel
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