Chad Gadya: Judeo-Italian, -Piedmontese, -Provencal
Examples from Judeo-Italian, Judeo-Piedmontese, and Judeo-Provencal courtesy of George Jochnowitz.
Chad Gadya from Rome
Chad Gadya from Venice
Chad Gadya in Judeo-Piedmontese
Chad Gadya in Judeo-Provencal (Shuadit), as sung by Armand Lunel, the last speaker of the language.
Recording of Chad Gadya in Judeo-Provencal sung by Eliane Amado Levi-Valensi around 1972. Her family was from Salonica, but her husband was Max Amado, whose mother was a Bédarride from Carpentras. Provided by Peter Nahon.
Chad Gadya in Judeo-Italian
Chad Gadya in Judeo-Italian, from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings