A survivor from the Second World War, Roman Ryterband (1914-1979) was born in Poland, and travel through Europe, catching the very last train to Geneva to escape from Warsaw in 1939. After the war, his career successfully developed with more than 500 public appearances, prizes and important positions in Canada and the USA. His Ballades Hébraïques consists on 3 charming, romantic and spiritual pieces inspired by Israeli landscape and joyful hora music. „Le Maître Chanteur” is the 2nd ballade of the tryptic.
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