This exhibit is sponsored by Congregation Ezra Bessaroth
To learn more about Hazzan Ike Azose and related topics, check out these resources.
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Emily k. Alhadeff, “Closing the Circle: Seattle’s Sephardic Liturgy is Complete” JT News: The Voice of Jewish Washington - November 14, 2014.
“At The Summit for Tu B’Shevat Seder” Seattle Hadassah.
Biographies and Tributes
Biography – IsaacAzose.com.
Congregation Ezra Bessaroth 90th Birthday Tribute Journal to Ike Azose
Hazzan Isaac Azose – Congregation Ezra Bessaroth
Hazzan Ike Azose – Jewish in Seattle Magazine
Ike Azose – zemirot.org
Collections & Archives
Howard D. Weiss papers, circa 1947-1991.
“Tape-recordings of radio programs on KRAB on Seattle Sephardic community including interviews and music recording collected by a musicologist.” Includes Ike Azose and Azose family members.
Michael Novick photograph collection. PH Coll 1140.
Isaac Azose portrait, February 3, 1985
Washington State Jewish Historical Society photograph collection, 1890-1992.
Ike Azose and others looking at the exhibit "Scenes of Sephardic Life" at the Seattle Center Pavilion, May 1992
Song of the Sephardi, directed by David Raphael, 1978.
Song of the Sephardi – Jewish Music Research Centre.
Oral history interview with Isaac Azose, 2014. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
Oral history interview with Solomon Azose, 2018. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
Rose Azose Calvo oral history interview, 1993. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
Isaac Azose performs Pasharo D’ermozura.
Ladino Reflections Compact Disc.
Una Kantika, Una Estoryika (S1E1), Sephardic Adventure Camp.
Stroum Center for Jewish Studies
Devin Naar, “Song of the Sephardi: New Verses for the 21st Century?” Stroum Center for Jewish Studies, University of Washington. November 21, 2016.
Molly FitzMorris, “Defining the Ladino Speech Community in Seattle.” Stroum Center for Jewish Studies, University of Washington. June 19, 2015.
“6. A Sephardic Voice from New York: The Ladino Newspaper, La Vara.” A Sephardic Lighthouse: Albert Levy & the Sephardic Jewish Journey. Stroum Center for Jewish Studies.
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