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9 thoughts on “ Sei Yona - Ofra Haza - Yemenite Songs

  1. "Yemenite Songs" is Yemenite-Israeli Ofra Haza's masterpiece from , melding ancient songs and rabbinical poetry with a dance beat hammered onto Yemenite drums that sound like pots and pans. It is an incomparable production that influenced the development /5(16).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of Yemenite Songs on Discogs/5(2).
  3. Dec 24,  · Song Wish Me Luck; Artist Ofra Haza; Licensed to YouTube by Ofra Haza - Wish Me Luck Ofra Haza - Lefelach Harimon / Yemenite Songs () - Duration.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ofra Haza - Yemenite Songs at Discogs. Complete your Ofra Haza collection/5().
  5. Apr 09,  · Product description. OFRA HAZA - FIFTY GATES OF WISDOM: YEMENITE SONGS - CD metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo It would have been groundbreaking enough for the Israeli Ofra Haza to have performed an album of Yemeni Jewish songs/5(14).
  6. Yemenite Songs (Hebrew: שירי תימן) is a album by Ofra Haza, in which the Israeli pop star returned to her roots interpreting traditional Yemeni Jewish songs with lyrics coming from the poetry of 16th century Rabbi Shalom metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo album was recorded with both traditional and modern musical instruments; wooden and metal percussion, Yemenite tin and tambala, strings, brass and Label: Hed Arzi, Globe Style Records, .
  7. With "Fifty Gates of Wisdom/Yemenite Songs" Ofra sing wonderfully in the best album of folk music of the Yemen, with lyrics in arabic, aramaic and hebrew. "Galbi Yahib Al Hawa" is far the best song, tribal and mystic like few songs. Soon, in my opinion, "Im Nin'Alu", "Ode L'eli" and "Tzur Menti - Sei Yona - Sapri Tama" follow in beauty.
  8. May 22,  · Yemenite Songs is a album by Ofra Haza, in which the Israeli pop star returned to her roots interpreting traditional Yemeni Jewish songs with lyrics coming from the poetry of 16th century Rabbi Shalom Shabazi/5(19).

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