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İspanya'dan İstanbul'a Sefarad şarkıları [videorecording] = Sephardic songs from Spain to Istanbul / Yapımcı-Yönetmen, director ; Mihriban Tanık, producer.

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Language:
Turkish, English. In Turkish with English subtitles.
Publication date:
2004
Imprint:
Ankara : TRT, c2004.
Format:
  • Video
  • 1 videodisc (28 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Title Variation:
Sephardic songs from Spain to Istanbul
Production Credits:
Yapımcı-Yönetmen, director ; Mihriban Tanık, producer ; Cemalettin İrken, camera ; Nuri Leblebici, editing ; Özge Akkoyunlu, assistant producer ; Atilla Arslan, sound ; music: traditional Sephardic songs.
Summary:
Sefarad Jews had been deported from Spain in 1492 and are now living in Turkey. Traditions, language, voices and color of Spanish Jews have been fading away as their numbers are decreasing with migrations and deaths. This documentary depicts the 500 year old story of the Spaish Jews full of migrations, hence a deep yearning for the homeland told by their songs generation after generation.
Contributor:
Tanık, Mihriban.
İrken, Cemalettin.
Leblebici, Nuri.
Akkoyunlu, Özge.
Arslan, Atilla.
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