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Jerusalem International Oud Festival 2008 - Part 1

Duration:
1 hour
First broadcast:
Saturday 21 March 2009

Moshe Morad presents music recorded specially for the programme at the 2008 Jerusalem International Oud Festival. He introduces the ancient songs of two exiled communities - the Paytanim of ancient Aleppo and the Persian Jews of Iran.

Music and featured items

13 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
  • Moshe on the Mount of Olives.

    Moshe Morad on the Mount of Olives admiring the beauty of Jerusalem at dusk.

  • Music Played

    • Image for Moshe Habusha & Ensemble

      Moshe Habusha & Ensemble Yefat Ay'in Libavtini

  • Moshe Habusha.

    Moshe Habusha, the famous “Paytan” (singer of lithurgical poetry) and his band, perform.

  • Music Played

    • Image for Moshe Habusha & Ensemble

      Moshe Habusha & Ensemble Maozi Az Kala

  • Traditional music of Allepo Jewry.

    Music from the Jerusalem Theatre with the traditional music of Allepo Jewry.

  • Music Played

    • Image for Moshe Habusha & Ensemble

      Moshe Habusha & Ensemble Samai Muhair

    • Image for Moshe Habusha & Ensemble

      Moshe Habusha & Ensemble Ne'ima Li

  • Maureen Nehedar.

    Maureen Nehedar, born and raised in Isfahan, performs traditional music.

  • Music Played

    • Image for Maureen Nehedar & Ensemble

      Maureen Nehedar & Ensemble Zur Mishello Achalnu

  • Persian Jewish music.

    Maureen Nehedar talks about discovering treasures of Persian Jewish music.

  • Music Played

    • Image for Maureen Nehedar & Ensemble

      Maureen Nehedar & Ensemble Lullaby

  • Piyut - Jewish liturgical singing.

    Moshe takes us back into the Jerusalem Theatre to hear another Piyut.

  • Music Played

    • Image for Moshe Habusha & Ensemble

      Moshe Habusha & Ensemble El Havivi

  • Maureen Nehedar

    Maureen Nehedar

    Persian Singer Maureen Nehadar

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