They tell us about playing klezmer
music in 2018 and perform few songs, including 7:40, which is based on the "Hava Nagilah of Russia.
Join them as they let down their hair to entertain with an evening of music fused from gypsy jazz, tango and klezmer
Their music can be described as a mixture of klezmer
and eastern european folklore, spiced up with elements of modern music such as 'dub and ska'.
Musician, scholar and historian Hankus Netsky broadens this perspective by sharing the rich and fascinating story of a unique genre of Jewish folk music, klezmer
, in a particular Jewish community, Philadelphia.
Piano Collection: 22 tunes for the Klezmer
and Yiddish traditions for solo piano, with CD, by Julian Rowlands.
is the story of a Jewish community in Philadephia, told through a historical narrative, the focus of which is on klezmorim--traditional Jewish musical entertainers--who typically perform their music at Jewish life-cycle and communal celebrations.
Based on urban ethnographies conducted in North America and Western Europe in the early 2000s, Wood's research developed from her study at a Yiddish summer course at Columbia University, her membership in Yiddish choral ensembles in New York, many visits to Yiddish music festivals in Montreal and Europe, and her personal encounters with musicians of the Yiddish and Klezmer
Big Galut(e) is the self-titled debut album of a quintet of artists who revel in the spirit of klezmer
(Jewish folk music).
music's festive rhythms, emotive strings and wailing melodies may seem straight out of the shtetl.
band, Klonk (above), are to release their debut EP in May.
Gibbs takes things one step further by beginning and ending some tunes with a klezmer
band holding forth in traditional style, while he and his band play jazz in between.
8220;This is one of the most traditional American klezmer
albums that I have ever heard,” says Don Lichterman, the head of Sunset, although that applies to the klezmer
component of this intriguingly melange of music in general.