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Hodu: Jewish Rhythms from Baghdad to India

Rahel Musleah
“Hodu,” in Hebrew, means both “India” and “Praise God!”—an appropriate double entendre for a community that thrived in the most benevolent of diasporas. This compilation of songs for Shabbat and holidays features a blend of ancient texts, authentic melodies and contemporary rhythms. Hebrew texts and English translations included.

Named one of the top ten CDs of 2004 by The New York Jewish Week

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