Episode 9 highlights music directly from or inspired by the Jewish experience on the Iberian Peninsula, including the first Jewish music sung or heard in North America, and classical compositions based on Sephardi musical traditions and historical events.
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|05:45||Amsterdam|Western Sephardi Tradition: Barukh habba; Aleikhem eda k'dosha, Ev'ke v'al shod z'vulai|
|15:15||Marvin David Levy: Canto de los Marranos|
|38:30||Samuel Adler: Five Sephardic Choruses (excerpts)|
|46:00||Bruce Adolphe: Ladino Songs of Love and Suffering (excerpts)|
|59:00||Simon Sargon: At Grandfather's Knee|
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|03:00||Aaron Bensoussan: L'kha dodi|
|09:00||Samuel Adler: Nuptial Scene|
|19:00||Lazare Saminsky: A Vision of Ariel|
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|About the Series: Produced in conjunction with the WFMT network and broadcast on radio stations throughout the U.S., American Jewish Music from the Milken Archive with Leonard Nimoy is a 13-part series of two-hour programs featuring highlights from the Milken Archive’s extensive collection of the musical recordings. Episodes include interviews and commentary with Lowell Milken, Neil W. Levin, and Gerard Schwarz. Radio stations interested in broadcasting the series should contact email@example.com.|