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Reinette l'Oranaise, was born in Tiaret (Algeria) in 1915. Blind at the age of two, she was able to learn the entire repertoire of Arab-Andalusian music, initiated by the Master Messaoud Medioni, known as Saoud l'Oranais, deported to Sobibor in 1943, in spite of the difficulties faced by women at the time and thanks to her steely determination. She became the great Voice, promised to eternity of the Arabo-Andalusian and Judeo-Arabic repertoire: love poems brought back by the Jews and Arabs in North Africa, fleeing Granada, the last Muslim Kingdom of Andalusia in 1492.
Reinette l'Oranaise, was born in Tiaret (Algeria) in 1915. Blind at the age of two, she was able to learn the entire repertoire of Arab-Andalusian music, initiated by the Master Messaoud Medioni, known as Saoud l'Oranais, deported to Sobibor in 1943, in spite of the difficulties faced by women at the time and thanks to her steely determination. She became the great Voice, promised to eternity of the Arabo-Andalusian and Judeo-Arabic repertoire: love poems brought back by the Jews and Arabs in North Africa, fleeing Granada, the last Muslim Kingdom of Andalusia in 1492.
3700409811227

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: 001122
Rel. Date: 12/30/2022
UPC: 3700409811227

Patrimoine Musical [Import]
Artist: Reinette Oranaise L
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Yabiadi Yanass
3. Track 3
4. Ana Louliya
5. Track 5
6. Yalandra Nchouf Baini La'hbab
7. Track 7
8. Mazal Haï Mazal
9. Track 9
10. Bellah Ya Ben El Ourchan
11. Track 11
12. Saaadi Ret El Barah
13. Track 13
14. Nechkar El Karim (Chant Des Louanges)
15. Track 15
16. Lika Nechki
17. Track 17
18. Fel Mnem
19. 1
20. Elli Yachek Hram (Cherie Combien Je T'aime)
21. 1
22. Enhabbek Enhabbek
23. 1
24. Selli Homomec

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Reinette l'Oranaise, was born in Tiaret (Algeria) in 1915. Blind at the age of two, she was able to learn the entire repertoire of Arab-Andalusian music, initiated by the Master Messaoud Medioni, known as Saoud l'Oranais, deported to Sobibor in 1943, in spite of the difficulties faced by women at the time and thanks to her steely determination. She became the great Voice, promised to eternity of the Arabo-Andalusian and Judeo-Arabic repertoire: love poems brought back by the Jews and Arabs in North Africa, fleeing Granada, the last Muslim Kingdom of Andalusia in 1492.
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