Tetuan morocco, a hundred years ago, lived a small jewish community, speaking a language that's a mix between ancient Spanish and Judeo-Moroccan Arabic ,the music borrows from Andalusian music, African and western music.
today in Jerusalem, "zaaluk" revive the songs that were left at the archives in the voices of the old women of the 
community that came to Israel and slowly became forgotten.
we create new music that brings those wonderful songs to here and now with a modern feel, groove and sensitivity.

 

 

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