Ladino Song - Abraham Avinu

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  • Published on Dec 23, 2007
  • Ladino Song - Abraham Avinu
    by Abraham Ferera

    Video Editing: Hermon Yehuda Productions
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  • Diná porto
    Diná porto 18 days ago

    La esra mueseca sruesre buea

  • ציון פז
    ציון פז 2 months ago

    אני נזכר ואני זוכר איך הלהבת את הלבבות בימים ההם .אנשים כמוך לעולם לא שוכחים

  • Илья Болдырев

    Maria Konstantinova today at 10:27 am


    КОГДА КОРОЛЬ НИМРОД

    Когда царь Нимрод отправился на поле
    Он посмотрел на небо и на звезды.
    Увидел священный свет в еврейском квартале.
    Авраам отец наш должен был родиться.

    Авраам , отец дорогой.
    Отец, который благословил свет Израиля.

    Потом он сказал всем матерям,
    что каждая беременная женщина,
    которая еще не родила будет убита,
    так как наш отец Авраам должен родиться.

    Авраам , отец дорогой.
    Отец, который благословил свет Израиля.

    Жена Терриха беременна
    и каждый день он ее спрашивал.
    "Почему ты такая грустная?"
    А она уже знала свою сульбу.

    Авраам , отец дорогой.
    Отец, который благословил свет Израиля. .

    Через девять месяцев пришло время рожать.
    Я шелОна пошла в поля и в виноградники
    чтобы скрыться от мужа.
    Вырала пещеру, чтобы там родить.

    Авраам , отец дорогой.
    Отец, который благословил свет Израиля.

    Когда мальчик родился, он сказал:
    "Уходи из пещеры, мать моя.
    Я уже знаю, кто меня заберет.
    Мы отправимся с ним на небеса,
    Потому что я сын бога".

    Авраам , отец дорогой.
    Отец, который благословил свет Израиля.

  • Leon Castro Castro

    Maravilhosa hermosa

  • Ignacio Raiter
    Ignacio Raiter Year ago

    Hermosa la canción

  • Veli şengül
    Veli şengül 2 years ago +1

    המוסיקה שלך יפה אבל הריאות שלך לא שווה חמש

  • Veli şengül
    Veli şengül 2 years ago

    your music is beautiful but your lungs are not worth five

  • Juan Capilla-Ruzafa
    Juan Capilla-Ruzafa 2 years ago +8

    It's Ladino Spanish medival
    Jew/Spanish people called sefardí or sefarad
    Who Spanish people ignore, us for the first it's our ancestors, and they believe now in Fake saints when god says you gone have only mee. Spain was a city whiteout nothing too the Jewish people come for 500 years.
    I'm sefarad Shalom Ysrael

  • Tahsin Alp
    Tahsin Alp 2 years ago

    El Rey Nimrod?

    • Benama
      Benama 2 years ago +1

      Tahsin Alp bildiğimiz nemrut

  • Oleg Yusupov
    Oleg Yusupov 2 years ago +4

    spain peaple understand ladino?

  • Russ Agdern
    Russ Agdern 2 years ago +2

    This is a beautiful recording- does anyone know where the album/cd might be available?

    • English To Russian
      English To Russian 2 years ago +2

      The singer is Yehoram Gaon. There is a studio version. This is a live one.

    • jrjan09
      jrjan09 2 years ago

      cantador...

    • jrjan09
      jrjan09 2 years ago

      en Israel. el cantdoe se yama avrham perrera

  • Ernesto Livio
    Ernesto Livio 3 years ago

    Sorry for my mistake:God Save Israelite People.

  • Ernesto Livio
    Ernesto Livio 3 years ago

    Hi ,may be this song is an ancient Sefarad song translated,swallowed up,restored in Turkish style.Quièn sabe?God Save Irish People,wherever.

  • Zeliha Uslu
    Zeliha Uslu 3 years ago +4

    Shalom from Turkey
    There is a song Turkey called " Bodrum" İ think İts Same melody

  • Rose Lopes
    Rose Lopes 3 years ago +18

    I love Israel!

  • Sharon Negari
    Sharon Negari 4 years ago

    איזה קול נפלא שהיה לו. אברהם פררה ז"ל

  • Anthony Stephenson
    Anthony Stephenson 5 years ago +5

    Shabbat Shalom.

  • David Blues
    David Blues 6 years ago +1

    well, not really, which is good is good people! a Jew or a gentile can believe themselves better than others, it's not only inside the Jewish communities that this happens!

  • David Blues
    David Blues 6 years ago +1

    yes! unless you think the conquest of Latin America was all an angel's dream, which was not and also disordered the social straits for decades.

  • Axelus Magnus
    Axelus Magnus 6 years ago

    not really, get your fact's strigth Mr. Jewsarebetterasotherpeople

  • vvgugh
    vvgugh 6 years ago

    כחובבת שירת לדינו נהניתי מאד.העלו עוד שירי לדינו מפי טרובדור הלדינו,פררה.נפלא!

  • TK 1969 OK
    TK 1969 OK 6 years ago

    Is there a way to get the full version of this song? Can I get more information on Abraham Ferera?

  • ULFBERHT
    ULFBERHT 7 years ago

    Do you know that the Golden age of Spain is the 16th century ? That's to say the century that followed the expulsion of the Jews. Actually, Spain turned into crap after the expulsion of the Arabes in the early 17th century.

    • Malva Lilia
      Malva Lilia 2 years ago

      The expulsion didnt affect Spain as much as it has been claimed, over the top. It affected the urban economy a bit but not much- be aware that most of the rich Jews had already been exiled or converted and those who were true to Judaism were humble merchants, craftmen, and some low level financier and nothing else.The Church benefited from it at all levels.

  • shalomo Hernandez
    shalomo Hernandez 7 years ago +1

    es una cansion sefardita

  • גבריאל אבן צור

    El judezmo es una lashon similar, no igual. I egziste tambien las variantes de djudeo-spanyol, komo es la situasion de hakitia, ke favlaran en alkunas komunitas marrokis. Aki en Manaus (Brazil), ay una komunita djudio marroki ke guadra tradiciones asta muestros dias
    (sorry for my ladino, I'm still learning)

  • ButterWings
    ButterWings 7 years ago

    Wrong century though ... it was actually more like the middle ages. Before Antonio Nebrija's first book on Spanish Grammar.

  • Lusignan1525
    Lusignan1525 7 years ago +1

    non es 'realmente' ispanglit. por que insistes en yamar el dil sheli de inspanglit. mozotros avlamoz muestra propriora cosa q non ay nada a ver con los mendigos de los toros.
    erev tov a todos.

  • boaddill
    boaddill 7 years ago

    The ladino has borrowed words from the Hebrew as the English that Mexicans speak in USA has from the spanish , this words were due to the gospels and the incoming new people , but the root of the tongue was the same for everybody ( jews , cristhians and Muslins ) in that age in spain

  • Eliyahu Ben Moshe
    Eliyahu Ben Moshe 7 years ago

    hola amigo un abrazo está lindo este video gracias

  • boaddill
    boaddill 7 years ago

    the ladino is not the tongue of the spanish jews , it was the tongue of all spanish people in that age also called roman-paLadino

  • Shomer Productions
    Shomer Productions 7 years ago

    Are there ever any other recordings released by this wonderful Cantor?

  • LeonTheVeteran
    LeonTheVeteran 7 years ago

    Am Yisrael Hai!

  • Pacolopezvazquez
    Pacolopezvazquez 7 years ago

    El Ladino es el castellano que hablaron la mayoría de los judios de España en el Reino de Castilla, pero desde el siglo XI ya se tiene alguna constancia y fue evolucionando, al igual que es español, la diferencia más notable es la mezcla con vocablos hebreos y una pronunciación de algunas letras como la J difente.

  • thekingofmoney2000
    thekingofmoney2000 8 years ago

    @XxMissdarkfordxX el acento y algunas palabras son diferente al español moderno. Yo no diria que es "igualito".

  • Tropicasher
    Tropicasher 8 years ago

    Fantástico! Saudações del TROPICASHER!!

  • BENJAMIN KADOSH
    BENJAMIN KADOSH 8 years ago

    alguien conoce quién hizo el arreglo para guitarra?
    מישהו יודע מי עשה את הסדר על גיטרה?

  • TheSpiritualWill Lk
    TheSpiritualWill Lk 8 years ago

    :O same song of in extremo xD yeah!! shalom!!!

  • eIectrostatic
    eIectrostatic 8 years ago

    @adar5708 The term Hispania goes way back in history, so I wouldn't be so sure about that. Either way, the people are the same...

  • girlaskylar
    girlaskylar 8 years ago

    esta igualito al español

  • vitokuloanaj
    vitokuloanaj 8 years ago

    I wished Ashkinazis' would have the culture and the music and the peace of the saphardics! such a music, such a peace.. may the ladino speakers in palastine get stronger and stronger against ashkinazis, only those are the real believers in peace withen israel's

  • aleph Breacher
    aleph Breacher 8 years ago +1

    "When the Jews Were expelled from Spain, the Country turned into Crap"

  • OMC1109
    OMC1109 8 years ago

    @pablick1 I agree, the expulsion was terrible, but it was 500 years ago.... No one country or people, no one, is pure and without guilty....I am from a region of Mexico (Nuevo León) founded mainly by sefardis. Our regional culture has many aspects influenced by them.....regrads.

  • JinaKurd1
    JinaKurd1 8 years ago

    it is so emotional so beautiful to listen!

  • pablick1
    pablick1 8 years ago

    the sefardi people are the most heroic people to walk this earth . they are like the clumps of green that sprout along the western wall. and spain to it's shame was never the same and carries guilt and regret to this day

  • jjgnbf
    jjgnbf 9 years ago

    Pues si , entiendo la mayor parte , hay palabras que no entiendo que pueden ser turcas , griegas , etc y algunas otras son de castellano antiguo que las conoce quien ha leido literatura clasica castellana , por ejemplo : El Quijote.

  • DeviANZe
    DeviANZe 9 years ago

    lo entiendo todo... Hablo Castellano y puedo entenderlo casi a la perfeccion,me alegra escuchar este idioma,es algo nuevo para mi,no sabia que existia

  • menibolena19
    menibolena19 9 years ago

    Me gusta esta cancion.. es mistica.. una mezcla de espanol con turco, o algo por el estilo. Hace un momento aprendi que el Ladino es un dialecto espanol que aun es utilizado por algunos miembros de la comunidad sefardica que migro durante los tiempos de la conquista a Turquia.
    Este pais me tiene fascinada...

  • EnigmaticMustard
    EnigmaticMustard 9 years ago

    This was really interesting for me. I know all the jewish people in my family history were Shephardi (Italian and Portuguese) But I'd never heard what their music sounded like or even what Ladino sounded like. Thanks for posting this :)

  • ps92117
    ps92117 9 years ago

    @Dan1988A Well both Spanish and French are Latin, so is Ladino.

  • ps92117
    ps92117 9 years ago

    @kaapstader We would love to welcome you back, Catholic Spaniards here. Emos encontrado un nuevo amor a los Judio, desafortunadamente la communidad Judia aqui es muy pequeña ahora.

  • joelflorew
    joelflorew 9 years ago

    Es casi igual al castellano

  • Dan1988A
    Dan1988A 9 years ago

    The similarities are somewhat obvious to me - there are sounds in djudeo-espagnole and certain idiosyncrasies in the grammar that remind me of French. If I were a native French speaker (of which I'm not) and if I were to learn Spanish, it would probably sound more like this. This would be even more the case if I were a native French speaker in Québec or l'Acadie. I can understand much of what he's singing, anyway.

  • Dan Suria Rosado
    Dan Suria Rosado 10 years ago

    its very much like Spanish, and they say many Jews converted to Christianity because of the inquisition so many Spanish have some Jewish blood, come back o our brothers ladinos.

  • perokyr000
    perokyr000 10 years ago

    Los españoles entendemos perfectamente todas las canciones y este idioma es casi igual a nuestro castellano actual.

  • Dan1988A
    Dan1988A 10 years ago

    Une chanson très belle, à mon avis.
    A very beautiful song, in my opinion.

    I'm learning French, yet I find that djudeo-espagnole (aka Ladino) sounds similar to French. This could essentially be "Spanish for Francophones". Thanks et merci très beaucoup to bingo1941 for uploading this. Which Abraham Ferrera recording is this from?

  • Pablo Zuazo
    Pablo Zuazo 10 years ago

    Ladino es realmente español....un dialecto judio de la lengua española hablada en el siglo xvi. It´s a miracle they kept their mother language from Spain for 5 centuries...

  • dalva m ferreira
    dalva m ferreira 10 years ago

    Bravo!

  • bigtimes1
    bigtimes1 10 years ago

    @3rdSamurai Most moroccans, many Tunisian Jews, most Jews from Arab countries.

  • bigtimes1
    bigtimes1 10 years ago

    @3rdSamurai Actually many still speak Judeo-Arabic. And Ladino is many understood by Cubans, and Puerto Ricans since their spanish is highly influenced by Ladino, and Ladino is very good language to learn since it is very close and older than modern classical Spanish.

    I am also Sephardic.