Saviez-vous que Bella Ciao, serait (peut-être) à l’origine une chanson yiddish interprétée par Mishka Ziganoff à l’accordéon? ("Oi oi di Koilen", 1919) Elle était connue à cette époque à New York dans l’immigration juive aux États-Unis. 1/3
On doit la redécouverte de cette origine yiddish (possible) de Bella Ciao à un ingénieur italien qui acheta le disque à Paris en 2006. Le chant fut très peu chanté par les partisan-es. Il fut surtout popularisé en Italie à partir des années 60. 2/3…
Autre version yiddish ici: la sonorité Klezmer (slavo-askhénaze) de Bella Ciao est très claire. 3/3 (Grazie FM)

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