12 Jewish Wedding Melodies

Selected and arranged for string quartet by Ilana Cravitz

Published in 2020, this score offers us 12 Jewish wedding melodies, arranged for string quartet by British violinist Ilana Cravitz, recognized today as one of the major artists of klezmer music

In addition to a brief introduction presenting the particularities of this repertoire, which originated in the Ashkenazi world, this collection contains the complete material (conductor, violins 1 and 2, viola and cello) of 12 melodies often played at Jewish weddings, from the famous Mazal tov! to several dances from the klezmer repertoire (Wedding Freylekhs, Patsh Tants, Sherele…).

A version for instruments in Bb can be downloaded from Ilana Cravitz’s website.

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