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Aaron Bensoussan on vocals and Oud performing a popular traditional Ladino Folk Song at the opening gala concert of Jewish Music Week Toronto from Bible to Broadway at the beautiful and historic Petah Tikva Anshe Castilla Congregation in Toronto - Joined by the master violinist from Montreal Charles Edery, incredible flamenco guitarist from Cuba Moshe Ben Avraham and soulful darbouka player from Toronto Tzachi
Performed by Chazzan Dr. Aviv Ouanounou and Chazzan David Kadoch
Performed by Chazzan Dr. Aviv Ouanounou and Chazzan David Kadoch
Sukkot 5770 Rochester NY
Ladino Sephardic Song, with lyrics and transliteration.
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