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SING TO THE ETERNAL by The Gerard Edery Ensemble
In collaboration with The Village Temple in New York City, this release from The Gerard Edery Ensemble
is an offering of spiritual songs from Morocco, Persia, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Spain and Portugal, as well as
original songs based on sacred texts. The 12 selections are sung in English, Hebrew, Ladino and Arabic, and
the CD liner notes include full lyrics and translations. SING TO THE ETERNAL conveys the hope that it will be
a pathway for all who wish to enter into a musical dialogue with our Creator, our People and with all of
humanity. Gerard Edery, the master of Sephardic song, and his talented Ensemble of world-class musicians,
once again offer beautiful music, rich in tonal, harmonic, and lyrical qualities.
TRACK LIST: Visit the CD Baby Website to hear sample clips and to purchase.
1. Adon Olam
2. Shalom Alechem Senores
3. To Everything There Is A Season
4. Eli Eliyahu
5. Rumi's Song
6. El Nora
8. Los Bilbilicos
9. Ya Ribon
10. L'Cha Dodi
12. Mi Ze Yemalel
CD: $15.00 from CD Baby AMID THE JASMINE is a collection of 11 songs in Ladino, Spanish, Arabic, English, and Hebrew from the Sephardic and
Middle Eastern traditions. This is World Beat music with a flamenco flair from the master of Sephardic music, Gerard Edery.
CD: $15.00 from CD Baby THE SONS OF SEPHARAD unites three world-renowned singers of Sephardic music, Aaron Bensoussan, Gerard Edery, and
Alberto Mizrahi in a thrilling musical consort that takes audiences on a voyage of discovery. These 13 treasures include
selections in Ladino, Greek, Turkish, Arabic, and Hebrew, plus English renditions of age-old, traditional melodies and the
occasional modern creation. You will enjoy the rich musical heritage of the Sephardim as a living legacy.
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