Yemenite reading of the Torah

Somebody posted this link, on a Yahoo Hebrew group that I follow.  It’s a good example of (San’ani) Yemenite Hebrew.  Note that after each verse, another man reads the “Tarjum”, or Aramaic translation.  Traditionally, it is a child who reads the Tarjum.  Also, the reading is somewhat embellished:

Yemeni reading of Bereshith, the first book of Moses

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