Freilech - Various - Olis Music Klezmer (CD)

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  1. Freilech music synonyms, Freilech music pronunciation, Freilech music translation, English dictionary definition of Freilech music. other) Also called: klezmer music the music performed by such a band [Yiddish] klez•mer (ˈklɛz mər) n., pl. klez•mers, klez•mo•rim (ˌklɛz məˈrim) 1. .
  2. "In the world of klezmer music, Alicia Svigals is a household name. Ever since her band The Klezmatics came on the scene in with its unique take on traditional klezmer music (she remained a member until ), Alicia has been the go-to person for klezmer fiddle." Alicia Svigals: A New Role, by Matt Merta, Fiddler Magazine,
  3. Klezmer & Yiddish music lovers should love this CD. A great collection of the bouncy, minor keyed music we love so much - complete with that "wailing" clarinet! Love to have this CD on when I am making Chicken Soup!!! I swear it tastes better when done! Great to 'sing' along with - Oy!!!! You should marry a nice Jewish Boy!!!!/5(14).
  4. Aug 17,  · Danziger, 38, said his passion for klezmer music was ignited on his 11th birthday, when his mother gave him a CD by Giora Feidman, a virtuoso klezmer clarinet player. By that time, the Israeli-born Danziger was living in Toronto, where he was raised.
  5. Murray Lehrer Discography of CDs and eventually had his own radio show on various New York stations that lasted well into the 's. Arguably the most famous 20th century klezmer musician, Dave Tarras was a virtuoso clarinetist and one of the few klezmer musicians to assimilate American music without losing the traditional soul of klezmer.
  6. Klezmer, an extremely infectious style of music that Jews brought to the U.S., comes in many forms -- some more Americanized than others. On Klezmer Music, the band Brave Old World emphasizes klezmer's Euro-Jewish roots. But while this CD is a throwback to the years before klezmer came under jazz's influence, this band does have a looseness, an element of spontaneity and a sense of.
  7. klezmer (klĕz`mər), form of instrumental folk music developed in the Eastern European Jewish liaslisansoapaliconteollevcagelca.co style had its beginnings in the Middle Ages; its name is a Yiddishized version of the Hebrew klei zemir [instruments of song] that until the midth cent. referred to the musicians rather than, as it does today, to the music. Largely based on cantorial singing and the folk music of.
  8. Mr Schreiber-from my vantage pt everything was amazing! Can't wait to see and hear the video and cd, to experience the whole thing. It was a pleasure working with you and appreciate all of the effort that went into it!! It was such a meaningful, special time for our family and friends! Happiness was in the air, the mood and in everyone's heart!

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