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Moroccan High Holiday Piyut | Video - 0 views

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    Beautiful, pleading Sephardic High Holiday piyut recited on Rosh Hashana & Yom Kippur before Amidah. Tradtional Moroccan melody sung by Eyal Bitton.
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Musicians / Paytanim of Piyutim (Sacred Musical Poems) of Sephardic / Hassidi... - 0 views

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    A list of all the singers (paytanim) and musicians performing piyutim (sacred song poems) on this website. Mostly for unaccompanied voice, piyutim are sometimes expressed with instruments like the violin, oud, ney, tambourine, darbuka, riq, and so on.
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Sacred Jewish Chants (Piyutim) of Yemen, Morocco, Libya | הזמנה לפיוט - 0 views

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    These twelve selected Piyutim are the gems of Hebrew poetry. All are chanted and sung. Some are accompanied by tambourine, oud, and percussive sounds. Most are sung "a cappela," without instrumentation.
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Jewish-Tunisian Piyut (Sacred Chant) with Oud (Lute) הזמנה לפיוט - 0 views

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    Most piyutim (sacred Jewish song poems) are chanted "a cappela." This one is accompanied by Tunisian oud music. The oud (ud) is similar to a lute. You'll hear traces of tambourines, too. And some kind of percussion; perhaps boot heels, perhaps knocking on wood...
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Jewish Sacred Chant (Piyut) of Morocco and Tunisia | הזמנה לפיוט - 0 views

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    2 melodies from Morocco and Tunisia. Ensemble Mizrach-Maarav. Bar Yochai.
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Tunisian Jewish Piyut (Sacred Chant) הזמנה לפיוט - 0 views

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    This piyut (sacred musical poem), titled "Al Hechali," is Tunisian, and is chanted by Rabbi Yehuda ben Shmuel Ibn Abbas
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El Adon | Piyut, or Sacred Sung Poem of Sephardic Judaism | הזמנה לפיוט - 0 views

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    A beautiful, sweet, yearning, graceful Modzitz Hassidic melody affiliated with "The Admor Shaul Yedidya of Modzitz (1887-1948)." It's simple, with just voice and steel-stringed guitar (and a baglama?)
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