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Mizrahi music takes over the Israeli airwaves

Eva Broman found this article and posted to the Jewish-Music mailing list. Once Considered an Oriental Sound, Mizrahi Music Now Pervades Mainstream, by Loolwa Khazoom, for JTA, June 9, 2004. By way of contrast, consider Judith Cohen's article describing a scene that I well remember from 30 years ago, Bus Station Music, 1993


Mizrahi music can now be found on the Internet! The Web radio station Radio Noshmim Mizrahim broadcasts 24 hours, all Israeli "Oriental" music:


All the best, Eva Broman

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