Grace Fenn | Obadiah 20 - Return to the Land

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Obadiah 20 - Return to the Land

by Grace Fenn

Traditional Jewish prayers, music and five original songs for the Sephardic Heart from Grace Serrano Fenn in English, Spanish and Hebrew
Genre: World: Mediterranean
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1. Obadiah 20
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2. The Aaronic Blessing
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3. Hatikvah - the Hope
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4. Shema - Hear O Israel
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5. Love the Lord Your God
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6. The Lion of Judah Roars
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7. Avinu Malkeinu - Our Father, Our King
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8. Nefesh Roeh
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9. Realm of Your Glory
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10. Shabbat Blessing Prayer
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Grace Serrano Fenn is Executive Director of Sephardim Hope International. A benevolent and educational organization regarding the Anusim (hidden) Sephardic Jews from Spain (forced conversions of Spanish Jews during the Spanish Inquisition of over 500 years).

Grace shares her story of uncovering her family's “hidden secret” wherever she travels. Grace's father was brought up in Mexico by "crypto" (hidden) Jews from Spain. In 1999 upon returning from Israel, all the family past finally made sense. She confronted her father and finally learned the truth of their family's Jewish background. This journey has become a passion to share with others who have also lost their true identity as Jews.

Singing in a style uniquely her own "Dona Gracia"s (as she is known to her fans) rich voice and melodic style excites audiences world wide. Her Ladino background shines through as her music catapults you into another realm.


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