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Bulgar Á La Klezmatics - The Klezmatics - Rhythm + Jews (CD, Album)

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  1. Bulgar a' la Klezmatics, a song by The Original Klezmer Ensemble on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
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  2. Find The Klezmatics bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Inimitable N.Y.C. band blends klezmer music and.
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  3. Nov 04,  · The Klezmatics are an American klezmer band based in New York City. Formed in New York's East Village in , the band plays an updated form of the music, mixing it with other musical traditions, singing in English and Yiddish.
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  4. Bulgar Á La Klezmatics Arranged By – The Klezmatics Other [From The Repertoire Of] – Naftule Brandwein Written-By – Traditional: Shnirele Perele Arranged By – The Klezmatics Backing Vocals – Tine Kindermann Written-By – Traditional: Klezmatic Fantasy: A Suite Mostly In D: I. Der Yidisher Soldat In Di Trenches5/5(2).
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  5. ‎The Klezmatics take one of the wildest approaches to klezmer, the traditional dance music of the Eastern European Jews. Although their music is heavily influenced by the recordings of Abe Ellstein and Dave Tarras in the s and s, their lyrics comment on a wide variety of political and social.
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  6. Rhythm+Jews Flying Fish, (now dist. by Rounder), FLY , From my "Bay Area KlezReport, June The new release from the Klezmatics, (Rhythm+Jews) on Germany's Piranha label, out for several months somewhere, and only now reaching Bay Area is by far the most intriguing and musically wonderful album I have heard this year. I don't know.
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  7. The Klezmatics: Pushing Klezmer's Boundaries KEXP. April 14, • The Klezmatics' members are at the forefront of modern klezmer, always pushing the style in new directions. Playing at KEXP at.
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  8. Bulgar Freylekhs Honga Khosid’l Kolomeyke Sher Bulgar The Bulgar was popular with Jews from Romania. As to whether or not it is from Bulgaria is purely speculation. The Bulgar is a circle dance played at a faster tempo. The rhythm is uniquely Jewish. It is in 8/8 with emphasis on
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  9. Dec 01,  · Over the years, the Klezmatics have expanded their breadth and depth to include contemporary folk, with their cover of Holly Near’s “I Ain’t Afraid,” on their album, “Rise Up!
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