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    [QUOTE=bateli777;884984]Eva....
    Are you serious?
    I'm still amazed at the level of interest people outside Israel show in our music.

    LOL! Well, you know I really like Daklon, and I think I came across this song on a list for Israeli folk dancers ("rikudei am"). I don't dance myself, but I check in every now and then because they often mention good Israeli songs which have been choreographed as Israeli "folk dances". Anyway, when I heard this song, the rhytm reminded me so much of the Pontic songs I've heard at family gatherings and weddings (my "hubby" is Pontic Greek). I'm not a 100% sure, but I think the particular rhytm/dance is called "omal" and it's an easy dance-even I can dance it!



    And more spontaneous dancing from a family occasion:



    Anyway, I sent the Ehud Banai clip to a Greek cyberfriend who is very knowledgeable and he gave me the name of the song that Kazantzidis (who is also Black Sea Greek) recorded with the iconic Pontic singer Chrysanthos. This is all O.T. of course, so please bear with me!

    To get back to Israeli music, here is a video with some Asian folk dancers dancing to "Nitzots Ha'ahava". Talk about Pontic-Israeli culture reaching all corners of the world!!!



    Best, Eva
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    Default Liron Ramati sings a Yemenite song on "Kochav Nolad"

    Especially dedicated to Bateli and all the other Teimanim onlist!




    Eva

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    Miri Messika "Birkat ha-melech":



    Best, Eva

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    Quote Originally Posted by evaba View Post
    Especially dedicated to Bateli and all the other Teimanim onlist!




    Eva
    Thank You !!!

    He is indeed MY FAVORITE for so many reasons ...styling not being one of them.....his SiLSuLim are simply DELICIOUS !!!!!!

    By the way...the Youtubian who posted that clip is from Egypt... If only politicians liked music as much as we do !!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rose4576 View Post



    Rose

    While watching Kochav, my brother commented that David Lavi reminds him a famous historic figure ...can you guess who ?
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    [QUOTE=evaba;885021]
    Quote Originally Posted by bateli777 View Post
    Eva....
    Are you serious?
    I'm still amazed at the level of interest people outside Israel show in our music.

    LOL! Well, you know I really like Daklon, and I think I came across this song on a list for Israeli folk dancers ("rikudei am"). I don't dance myself, but I check in every now and then because they often mention good Israeli songs which have been choreographed as Israeli "folk dances". Anyway, when I heard this song, the rhytm reminded me so much of the Pontic songs I've heard at family gatherings and weddings (my "hubby" is Pontic Greek). I'm not a 100% sure, but I think the particular rhytm/dance is called "omal" and it's an easy dance-even I can dance it!



    And more spontaneous dancing from a family occasion:



    Anyway, I sent the Ehud Banai clip to a Greek cyberfriend who is very knowledgeable and he gave me the name of the song that Kazantzidis (who is also Black Sea Greek) recorded with the iconic Pontic singer Chrysanthos. This is all O.T. of course, so please bear with me!

    To get back to Israeli music, here is a video with some Asian folk dancers dancing to "Nitzots Ha'ahava". Talk about Pontic-Israeli culture reaching all corners of the world!!!



    Best, Eva
    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL UNBELIEVABLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE GREAT VIDEO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Eva...I think you'll find this interesting
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    Quote Originally Posted by bateli777 View Post
    Eva....
    Are you serious?
    I'm still amazed at the level of interest people outside Israel show in our music.
    I always thought Hebrew, being a lauguage spoken in just ONE country, is the least communicative language.
    You're right but that's a great example for different tastes. Personally, I really like your language, it's a pleasure to hear it and beyond that you make wonderful music so... why not?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by evaba View Post
    Miri Messika "Birkat ha-melech":



    Best, Eva
    I saw this one a million times, i think xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattmoreira View Post
    You're right but that's a great example for different tastes. Personally, I really like your language, it's a pleasure to hear it and beyond that you make wonderful music so... why not?!
    I'm all for it Patt...
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    Quote Originally Posted by evaba View Post
    One of my favourite songs, with Ehud Banai and Daklon: Eva
    I definitely like the Israeli version.
    thanks Evaba
    Gott zur Ehr, dem nächsten zur Wehr

    What if they gave a fire and nobody came.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bateli777 View Post
    Patt...I know you didn't ask but this is my way of saying Thank You for this song

    לבדי, מתהלך מתפתל מאהבתי
    Levadi mithalech mitpatel me'ahavati
    By myself I walk and twist and turn of my love.......
    A girl after my heart That's exactly what I love, now I can relate the Hebrew to the transliteration, that's how I will learn!!! רב רב תודות
    Gott zur Ehr, dem nächsten zur Wehr

    What if they gave a fire and nobody came.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evaba View Post
    To get back to Israeli music, here is a video with some Asian folk dancers dancing to "Nitzots Ha'ahava". Talk about Pontic-Israeli culture reaching all corners of the world!!!

    Best, Eva
    Now this is more my style! Now let's all join hands and dance!!! Evaba, you can do it!! C'mon Bateli!! You guys too!!!!
    Gott zur Ehr, dem nächsten zur Wehr

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    Hi again,

    Here is another Israeli-Greek song, hope you don't mind! It is such a BEAUTIFUL song, and I really like Yehuda Saleas (who usually sings in Greek) and Etty Levi (Zehava Ben's twin sister, I think). It shows how well Greek melodies go with Hebrew lyrics and singing. I have to agree with Pattmoira and Steve that Hebrew sounds just lovely to my ears!



    The Greek original with Paschalis Terzis and Marina Manolakou-it will take you to the Aegean! Marina sings in Turkish-the lyrics are available in the video:



    Eva

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattmoreira View Post
    I saw this one a million times, i think xD
    for me that's the FIRST time... do you see what I mean Patt?...
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    Quote Originally Posted by evaba View Post
    Hi again,

    Here is another Israeli-Greek song, hope you don't mind! It is such a BEAUTIFUL song, and I really like Yehuda Saleas (who usually sings in Greek) and Etty Levi (Zehava Ben's twin sister, I think). It shows how well Greek melodies go with Hebrew lyrics and singing. I have to agree with Pattmoira and Steve that Hebrew sounds just lovely to my ears!



    The Greek original with Paschalis Terzis and Marina Manolakou-it will take you to the Aegean! Marina sings in Turkish-the lyrics are available in the video:



    Eva
    I'm happy you like the sound of Hebrew....I feel the same about Greek.
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    בתאל מה עם השיר ההוא שאמרת שתעלי לקבוצה שלך העלאת אותו ?

    ושבת שלום לך

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosis View Post
    בתאל מה עם השיר ההוא שאמרת שתעלי לקבוצה שלך העלאת אותו ?

    ושבת שלום לך
    שלחת לי לינק ?
    ושבת שלום
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    כן השיר הטיפשי ההוא "הכל נראה ורוד

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosis View Post
    כן השיר הטיפשי ההוא "הכל נראה ורוד
    שלח שוב ...אין לי מושג איפה להתחיל למצוא אותו
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