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'NO SO KOMO LAS DE AGORA' (I'M NOT LIKE THOSE MODERN GIRLS): JUDEO-SPANISH SONGS MEET THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Judith R. Cohen
European Judaism: A Journal for the New Europe
Vol. 44, No. 1, The State of Ladino Studies II (Spring 2011), pp. 151-164
Published by: Berghahn Books
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41444107
Page Count: 14
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The Judeo-Spanish song tradition has experienced many changes in recent years as it enters the 'world music' scene. Change, however, can be seen as a constant feature of the many aspects of Judeo-Spanish song and performance practice. Here, various genres are examined, together with some of the changes they have undergone in repertoire, style and context, and a selection of reactions to changes on the part of Sephardi Jews interviewed over several years. To a large extent, the repertoire has moved from the home to public representation, and is performed more by professional artists with no Sephardi background than by people from Sephardi communities, raising questions of appropriation and representation.
European Judaism: A Journal for the New Europe © 2011 Berghahn Books