Yerushe - Treasures from Yiddish musical archives

RELEASE OF THE 7th CD FROM THE DISCOVERY COLLECTION

Yerushe, which means heritage in Yiddish, revives a whole part of Yiddish songs that were sleeping in European and American archives. A thrilling project of resurrection, performed by Eléonore Biezunski (vocals, violin) and her musicians: Stephen Harrison (double bass and banjo), Piotr Odrekhivskyy (accordion), Michel Schick (clarinets, transverse flute and ukulele), and guests Laurent d’Aumale (vocals), Marine Goldwaser (Romanian flutes), Michel Taïeb (banjo and percussion), Nils Wekstein (percussion) and Rémy Yulzari (double bass).

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  • A volich

  • Meydelekh un vaybelekh

  • Skotshne vinnitsa

  • Fin mayn mamelyu

  • Sher n°281

  • Hostu mikh lib

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