The Folk Literature of the Sephardic Jews Digital Library
- Volume 28, Number 2
- Bruce Rosenstock, Belén Bistué
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The essay describes the digital library containing audio files and transcriptions of Hispanic ballads and other oral literary genres sung by Sephardic Jewish informants and collected initially by the late Professors Samuel Armistead and Joseph Silverman, later joined by the ethnomusicologist Israel Katz. Beginning in 1957 their fieldwork was conducted over several decades in North America, North Africa, Israel, Greece, and the Balkans.