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The SSDC also includes over recordings of songs from the Benmayor Collection of Sephardic Ballads and other Lore. Professor Benmayor began recording these songs in , for her PhD dissertation, and she published her findings in the book Romances Judeo-Espanoles de Orient [Judeo-Spanish Ballads from the Eastern Tradition]. [This post includes material later revised and expanded in Double Diaspora in Sephardic Literature: Jewish Cultural Production before and after (Indiana University Press, ) and in “Translation in Diaspora: Sephardic Spanish-Hebrew Translations in the Sixteenth Century.” A Comparative History of Literatures in the Iberian César Domínguez & María José Vega. Vol. America appeared Arabic Ashkenazic ballads became Bible called Castilian Catholic century characters Christian communities Constantinople continued contributed culture dialects economic English enter España español established existence fact forces France French give given Greek hand Hebrew Hispanic Hispano-Levantine Holy homes important. 1 Thus does David Attias admonish the readers of his work La Guerta de Oro (The Garden of Gold), published in , arguably the first secular book to be printed in Ladino, or Judeo-Spanish, the vernacular language of the Sephardi Jews in the eastern Mediterranean. 2 Attias was born in Sarajevo, in Ottoman Bosnia, but he spent most of his life.
The term Sephardi in the broad sense, describes the nusach (Hebrew language, "liturgical tradition") used by Sephardi Jews in their Siddur (prayer book). A nusach is defined by a liturgical tradition's choice of prayers, order of prayers, text of prayers and melodies used in the singing of prayers. Sephardim traditionally pray using Minhag Sefarad. Katz, Israel J., Judeo-Spanish Traditional Ballads from Jerusalem: An Ethnomusicological Study, 2 vols., New York: Institute of Mediaeval Music, Katz, Israel J., “A Transcription of the Judeo-Spanish Ballad La vuelta del marido,” Musica Judaica, 6 (), This book's 13 lessons, designed with the beginning student in mind, are ideal for both classroom use and self-study. Includes a brief history of the Sephardic Jews, Ladino-English and English-Ladino glossaries, a key to the exercises, and a list of websites in or about Ladino. ture but should include whatever is written by Sephardim in any language. Ora Rodrigue Schwarzwald ("Language Choice and Language Varieties Before and After the Expulsion") offers a fine study of the geographic and linguistic varieties amongst Sephardim, examining the mutual influence of multiple languages within larger contexts. Laura.
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