Desert Roots: Middle-Eastern Jewish Music – Concert and Presentation
Hosted By: Qesher
Dror will take Qesher on a beautiful journey to the Middle East and North Africa from the 10th century until today, through songs of spirit and awe, songs of thanks and songs of love and hope. Singing and chanting Jewish songs from Yemen, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey in Hebrew, Arabic, Aramaic, and Ladino, explore the poetry of multicultural attitudes and experiences. Dror will accompany his singing with a variety of percussion instruments including a Doumbek (an hourglass Middle Eastern drum also known as Tabla or Darbuka) Tar, Duff & Bendir (a Mideastern & North African Frame drums) a Riq (Mideastern tambourine), Cajon (box drum) bells, shakers and rattles.
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