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Klezmer: From Old World To Our World


  • 1. Nit Ba Motin (Nit Bay Motyen) - Abe Orchestra Elenkrig
    2. Ato Yozarto - Cantor Yossele
    3. Mayofus - Belf Rumynski Ork'estr
    4. Diona - Joseph Moskowitz
    5. Palesteena - Original Dixieland Jazz Band
    6. Di Grime Kuzine - Gus Orchestra Goldstine
    7. Fihren Die Mechutonim Aheim - Abe Schwartz's Orchestra/Naftule Brandwein
    8. Di Hasidim Furn Tsum Rebin - Kandel's Orchestra
    9. Kale Bazetzns un a Freylekhs - Joseph Cherniavsky/His Yeddish-American Jazz Band
    10. Der Freylekher Rumeyner - Peretz Sandler/Aaron Lebedeff/Peretz Sandler's Orchestra
    11. Di Rayze Nukh Amerika - Abe Schwartz's Orchestra
    12. Mazel in Liebe - Alexander Olshanetsky
    13. Bridegroom Special, The - Sam Medoff & his Orchestra
    14. Dem Nayem Sher - Dave Tarras/Abraham Ellstein/Seymour Rechtzeit/Bagelman Sisters/Abe Ellstein's Orchestra
    15. Rumanian Fantasy - Sam Musiker
    16. Voliner Bulgar - Marty Confurius/Andy Statman/Zev Feldman
    17. Freylekhn Nakht in Gan Eydn, A - Klezmer Conservatory Band
    18. Chicken - Kapelye
    19. Sher - Boiled in Lead
    20. Sydney's Eygene Bulgars - Klezmer Plus
    21. Man in a Hat - The Klezmatics
    22. Bulgar - Klezkamp Dance Band
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 7017

  • Credits
    ProducerHenry Sapoznik
    Engineer

    Performers include: Dave Tarras, Abe Schwartz, Andy Statman, Naftule Brandweine, Klezmatics.
    Liner Note Author: Henry Sapoznik.
    This is the companion CD to the critically acclaimed book of the same title published by MacMillan which traces the development of Klezmer music through the 19th and 20th centuries. A fine collection of music was selected for this compilation, reflecting the development of the Klezmer style as a purely Eastern European Jewish form to a truly international style of music that absorbed the influence of jazz, pop music, and even punk. ~ Stacia Proefrock

  • Critic Reviews
    CMJ (5/1/00, p.32) - "This wonderful compilation documents the history of klezmer music from scratchy recordings of the '20s all the way up to today's modern, rule-bending practioners such as the Klezmatics..."
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