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David (Dudu) Fisher – In God’s name

First album of cantorial art by Israeli singer and hazzan Dudu Fisher …

Klezmer Über Alles!

It is not often that we see a new CD of klezmer music from Kiev in Ukraine. So when Pushkin Klezmer Band relases its first album Klezmer Über Alles, first album of Jewish music to be recorded in Ukraine in many years, evidently, it rocks! …

Nor A Moll

With Caroline Kulcsar (vocals), Lionel Jacubowiez (clarinets), Marc Hanna (guitar) and Bess Fang (cello), Calima Jazz offers us its new CD Nor a moll which mixes Yiddish melodies and jazz …

Thadé Geisler Wyganowski: Pieces for Violin, Two Violins, Violin and Piano

Music pieces for violin, two violins and piano from the Jewish composer and violinist of polish origin Thadé Geisler Wyganowski (1913-1989) …

Myriam Fuks – Ver bin ikh !

A new CD of Yiddish songs by Myriam Fuks, surrounded with exceptional musicians …

Three centuries ago – Polina Shepherd

Originary from Kazan in Tatarstan, Polina Shepherd was part of the forerunners of the Yiddish music revival in Soviet Union since the 1990’s …

Aheym homeward – Sklamberg & the Shepherds

A beautiful album featuring original compositions in Yiddish, with world known artists: With Lorin Sklamberg (vocals, accordion, piano), Polina Shepherd (vocals, piano) and Merlin Shepherd (clarinet) …

Tantz ! Klezmer & Gipsy music – Sirba Octet

With the virtuosity that characterizes each of the group's members, the Sirba Octet's album "Tantz!" (La Dolce Volta, 2015) energetically carries away Jewish and Gypsy melodies, revisited with a classical twist …

Shbahoth

During 2.500 years, the Jews from Iraq developed local customs, including for the chanting of the prayers, designated by the word Shbahoth. The Shbahoth were sung by a «Master of prayers» (Abou Shbahoth) …

Poyln – A gilgul

This CD, constituted in chapters inspired by the various stages of the Metamorphosis of a melody, the famous book by I. L. Peretz, features an obscure field of klezmer music repertoire …

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