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Chelkat Elohim Haktana - Various - Israel Song Festival 1972 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The words of Israel's national anthem were written as a nine-stanza poem by poet Naftali Herz Imber and were first published in or (the exact date is unknown). It served as the anthem of the Zionist Movement at the 18th Zionist Congress in When the State of Israel was established, the first stanza and refrain were adopted as the.
  2. The folk music of the country reflected this new variety, and a many distinct musical styles and trends were crystallized among Israeli composers. In , the first Israel Song Festival took place to celebrate the rich musical tradition that had emerged in such a short time, and as a means of sharing the diverse musical flavors of the country.
  3. This stirring compilation gathers 20 classic Israeli folk songs (old and new) by artists as beloved as Ofra Haza, Milk and Honey, and Ester Ofarim. Highlights include a Hava Negila medley and the Israeli national anthem ("Hatikva").
  4. Dec 18,  · Listed in no particular order, here's a sampling of the best and brightest new Hanukkah music. 1. "The Dreidel Song," by Julie Silver. Beloved Jewish singer/songwriter Julie Silver's bluesy, folksy guitar rendition is a lux take on the kiddie song you've been humming your whole life. This is "The Dreidel Song" like you've never heard it before!
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Elohim: Experience Worship from the Heart of Israel - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  6. Israel holidays Israel holidays The first day of Hanukkah marks the start of Hanukkah, also known as Chanukah or Festival of Lights. Hanukkah is an eight-day Jewish observance that remembers the Jewish people's struggle for religious freedom. Is Hanukkah (Day 1) a Public Holiday?
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of פסטיבל הזמר והפזמון תשל"ב = Israel Song Festival on Discogs.
  8. It was written by Naomi Shemer in and the song’s history plays a big part in its emotional impact. Naomi wrote Jerusalem of Gold – in Hebrew, Yerushalayim Shel Zahav – for the Israel Music Festival of , which took place the day after Israel’s 19th Independence Day celebrations. The melody was inspired by a Basque lullaby, but the lyrics describe the Jewish people’s longing.

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