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Glik

(Klezmer, France) The sound of the orchestra is reminiscent of pioneers recorded in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century. But since this music is a travel affair, the saxophone and an unconventional Poyk game add a unique touch to their repertoire.

The hoarse voices remind us that this music was and remains for them the music of the people. Feet in the mud and Yiddish verb. Whether in concert or at a ball, musicians captivate by spontaneity.

Three albums and more than 300 performances bear witness to this.

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