La mémoire musicale tunisienne regorge d'artistes et d'interprètes juifs qui ont marqué par leurs œuvres la musique tunisienne contemporaine au début du vingtième.
Des œuvres qui restent immortalisées dans le répertoire musical en dépit des préjugés de l'histoire et de la société et des représentations du pouvoir intellectuel et politique.
تحفل الذاكرة الموسيقية التونسية بأسماء عديدة لفنانات وفنانين يهود شكلوا بأعمالهم ملامح الموسيقى التونسية المعاصرة في بداية القرن العشرين خاصة.
أعمال خُلّد ذكرها في السجل الموسيقي رغم تحامل التاريخ والمجتمع وتمثلات السلطة الفكرية والسياسية.
Tunisian musical memory is filled with Jewish artists and performers whose works have left their mark on contemporary Tunisian music in the early twentieth century.
These works remain immortalised in the musical repertoire, despite historical and societal prejudices, and the representations of intellectual and political power.
How did Tunisian Jewish music manage to free itself from religious prohibitions and societal prejudices?
How did this music succeed in shaping Tunisian music, enriching popular practice and establishing a specific melodic and vocal identity?
Why were most Tunisian songs from this period characterised by promiscuity and libertinism, and associated with a desire for emancipation, to the point of even clashing with certain intellectual movements?
What remains of the Jewish musical heritage in Tunisia? How did we experience it and how was it integrated on an artistic, cultural and intellectual level?
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