- Dized' ay trobadores. Recorded in Madrid, 1993. Featuring Judith Cohen (voice, recorder, percussion) with assisting vocalists (Tamar Cohen Adams, Meme Eugenio, Pilar López, Alberto Alonso, Juan Manuel Rivero, Manuel Díez), and José Escudero (Galician bagpipes).
Consist of 15 Tracks:
(1) Ecce tempus gaudii
(2) Dized', ay! trobadores : Cantiga 260 / Alfonso X
(3) A chantar m'er / Beatriz de Dia
(4) Non sofre Santa María : Cantiga 159 / Alfonso X
(5) Quantas sabedes amar : Cantiga de amigo #5 / Martín Codax
(6) Dela la rivière
(7) Marie-Talon & Bele Doette
(8) La sexte estampie real
(9) Au tems Pascors / Jehan Erars [sic]
(10) L'autrier jost'una sebissa / Marcabru & Rufina
(11) Mia yrmana fremosa : Cantiga de amigo #3 / Martín Codax
(12) Com'a gran pesar : Cantiga 341 / Alfonso X
(13) A qui dir'elle sa pensée
(14) La vieille fille
(15) Ara lausetz
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- Recorded Sound Provenance
- Dr. Judith R. Cohen deposited the digital collections with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum around 2011.
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- For more information, refer to: https://catalog.princeton.edu/catalog/3492223
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- Dr. Judith R. Cohen
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- 2022-07-28 22:00:20
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Also in Judith R. Cohen Collection
The Judith R. Cohen Collection is comprised of digital sound recordings of English and Ladino songs, oral testimony, radio programs, and academic presentation examples representing research among the Sephardic refugee community in Montreal, Canada. Ethnomusicologist Dr. Judith Cohen of York University, Toronto, began collecting works in the 1970s. Dr. Cohen's major informant was Bouena Sarfatty Garfinkle (1916-1997). Digital files in the collection also consist of photos, descriptions of repertoire, biographical material, powerpoint presentations, and other items collected and prepared by Dr. Cohen in the course of her research work.