[MGSA-L] Greek songs *from* Israel

Pavlos Andronikos andronikos at iinet.net.au
Tue Jan 17 06:46:49 PST 2012

I've always thought Περα στους περα καμπους sounds
like it may have a Jewish origin. I've no hard evidence, but it does
sound different to other songs of the Aegean.  Apparently it is from
Rhodes which did have a Jewish community. 
See http://kanellatou.gr/en/music-archive/lyrics/item/1065-diaskeves-paradosiakon-pera-stous-pera-kampous.htmlhttp://www.rhodesjewishmuseum.org/ and http://www.youtu.be/watch?v=voscWtJhxI4&feature=related
Pavlos Andronikos 

----- Original Message -----
From: "George Baloglou" 
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Sent:Tue, 17 Jan 2012 13:40:05 +0200
Subject:[MGSA-L] Greek songs *from* Israel

 Many of us know how popular Greek music is in Israel, and many Greek
 songs can be heard there, be it in Greek or in Hebrew. But do any of
 you know of any Israeli songs that they have been sang in Greek (same
 music, possibly different story)?

 [All answers welcome, but preference for songs without a Yiddish etc
 past (like "Balalaika") or Arabic past -- the one I came across this
 morning is 100/% Israeli, and, what a useless hint, it is the only
 song its Greek 'composer' has been credited with...]


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