Somos Los Cigarillos - Klezmer y Salsa

David el Shatràn y Los Cigarillos

RELEASE OF THE 6th CD FROM THE DISCOVERY COLLECTION


Cigarillos en el Shtruddle is the first French group that dares the explosive experience of combining klezmer and Latin music. Playing on the similarities between klezmer and Latino rhythms, David el Shatràn, director, arranger and pianist of the Cigarillos, take us on a trip into the heart of a “Shtetlito Cubanele” where the Gefilte Fish poached in Latin America is skillfully simmered in a salsa spiced with horseradish! So refreshing…
A lively CD that blends innovation with tradition...

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  • Ale brider

  • Az der rebbe tantzt salsa

  • Rahem

  • Somos Los Cigarillos

  • Vehi sheamda

  • Veshamerou

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