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Radio Free Nachlaot: Klezmer Music On Our Minds

Radio Free Nachlaot: Klezmer Music On Our Minds | Klezmer and co | Scoop.it
The word "Klezmer" is believed to have come from a melding of two Hebrew words, "Kli" -- instrument -- and "Zemer" -- music. Klezmer music has come to characterize the style of secular musical entertainment which is played ...
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clarinet klezmer - An introduction to Klezmer

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The word klezmer evokes a whole universe, it means in Hebrew the instrument of the voice, the vessel of the song, it carries a world of expressiveness and emotion

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Frank London fills me in on the current klezmer scene… « Inter-Muse

Frank London fills me in on the current klezmer scene… « Inter-Muse | Klezmer and co | Scoop.it
I was asked to write an article about klezmer recently, and to get up to date on what is happening in the current scene, I asked Frank London (who was gigging overseas) to send me an update. His letter was so informative that ...
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What is Klezmer - Musicology - Modes and Scales

For musicians or musicians to be, Ilana Cravitz illustrates the Klezmer modes and scales brilliantly.


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Russian Bard Music, Klezmer, The Passover ... - Women's Lens - Yes

Russian Bard Music, Klezmer, The Passover ... - Women's Lens - Yes | Klezmer and co | Scoop.it
Instrumentation ranging from klezmer/clarinet to strings, lyrical references to the Passover Seder, a direct and indirect connection to Little Odessa in Brighton Beach, an affinity for Russian Bard Music and more come to life on ...

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Klezmer Fiddle

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klezmer fiddle; its history, origins, technique, repertoire and key players...

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Klezmer in the Ghetto City Arts | City Arts

Growing up in New York City, clarinetist David Krakauer drew his inspiration from classical, jazz, and rock music. Twenty-five years ago, he got hooked on an “identity exploration thing†and began to study klezmer, the ...
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About Klezmer

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Check out http://klezmer-music.com! Klezmer music is cheerful, fast and happy. Klezmer is played at jewish weddings and klezmer fests, but you don't have to be jewish to love klezmer.

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The Klezmer Conservatory Band

The basic idea of klezmer music, in general, that instruments like the violin and clarinet by the emotions of man will be customized, for example, melancholy cry or laughter. Klezmer is a musica.
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What Instruments Are Played in Klezmer Music?

What Instruments Are Played in Klezmer Music?. Klezmer music is a Yiddish folk music that developed during the renaissance in Eastern Europe. If you were ever curious about what instruments are played in a traditional Klezmer band, I'd suggest reading this.


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The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe

The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe | Klezmer and co | Scoop.it

The only resource of its kind, this encyclopedia provides the most complete picture of the history and culture of Jews in Eastern Europe from the beginnings of their settlement in the region to the present. This Web site makes accurate, reliable, scholarly information about East European Jewish life accessible to everyone.

 

This link will bring you to the section on Music.


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