Israeli musical spring


Spring is the symbol of rebirth. Silenced for a certain time, nature comes back to life ! It is the same for music. Lyrics of songs echoes this new season. In Israel and everywhere else, spring gives birth to beautiful musical compositions, which make people sing in these first sunny days.

The playlist below offers you a selection of Israeli music hits about spring.

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  • Eilou tsiporim - Chorale de l’unité Na’hal

  • Béérèts ahavati hashaked poréah’ - Chorale des parachutistes

  • Névarèh’ lé’haim - Haim Moshé

  • Kmo tsémah’ bar - Chava Albertstein

  • Horchat eucaliptus - Ishtar

  • Shirat’ haasavim (Le chant des herbes) - Naomi Shémèr

  • Bossèm tsarfati (Parfum français) - Sarit Hadad

  • Ata li erets - Yardéna Arazi

  • Shalom lah’ erets néhédérèt’ - Yéhoram Gaon

  • Yèsh li tsipor ktana balèv - Yigal Bashan

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