Head from the Division of Ethnomusicology in Bar-Ilan University or college in Ramat-Gan, Israel, since 1994, Edwin Seroussi offers studied Jewish music for pretty much three years. Seroussi offers lectured around the Jewish music from the Ottomon Empire, the Moroccan Jews in Israel as well as the Sephardic Jews in Vienna, Austria, at Tel Aviv University or college and Levinsky Educators University in Tel Aviv and offered as deputy movie director from the Jewish Music Study at Hebrew University or college in Jerusalem. He obtained the music of three cassettes — Judeo-Spanish Moroccan Tunes for the life span Routine and Hpsh’can Rabbah in Casale Monferrato, 1732 as well as the Music from the Hill Jews (Eastern and North Caucasas) — and one Compact disc Ottomon Hebrew Sacred Tunes. Given birth to in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1952, Seroussi relocated to Israel at age 19. He keeps a master’s level in musicology from Hebrew University or college and a Doctorate from your University or college of California in LA. Seroussi’s publication, Popular Music in Israel: The Initial Fifty Years was released by Harvard University or college, Cambridge, MA, in 1996.