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Brandwein, Naftule (1889-1963)

Naftule Brandwein (1889–1963) was born in the small town called Przemyslany in Poland, not far from Lvov, belonging to Austrian Galicia at the time, and later returned to Poland in 1918. His (…)
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Naftule Brandwein

PLAYLIST Dedicated to the music of the Clarinet player Naftule Brandwein Read more

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Tarras, Dave (1897-1989)

Dovid Tarraschuk (1897-1989), better known as Dave Tarras, was born in the village called Ternovka, near Uman in Ukraine. As a very young boy, he was immersed in klezmer music, his father being a (…) Read more

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Üsküdara - Fel shara - Terk in America - Et cetera

PLAYLIST Üsküdara giderik’en is a song taken from a Turkish operetta of the end of the 19th century, which was translated or adapted in dozens of languages (Judeo-Spanish, Serbian, Croationa, (…) Read more

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Klezmer dances

PLAYLIST A selection of klezmer music to dance... Read more

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The clarinet in klezmer music

A selection of klezmer tunes where the clarinet is predominent... Read more

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En allant à Uskudar

The first album of Les Oreilles d’Aman, En allant à Uskudar (Going to Uskudar) explores the interbreedings of Jewish music, Turkish and Balkan melodies, with Klezmer and Gypsy tunes, passing by (…)
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Secular music

The hora

A dance from the pioneers, which is today emblematic of bar-mitsvas, weddings and other Jewish celebrations of the diaspora.Originally, the hora was a slow dance often practiced in Romania, by (…) Read more

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Klezmer music 2nd part

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Music festival... Ashkenazi version !

PLAYLIST – On June 21, we celebrate music ! Listen to a selection of klezmer music and Yiddish songs, that will make you dance and jump everywhere, to welcome with joy the heat of summer (…) Read more

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