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A Conversation with LehCats

Read "A Conversation with LehCats" reviewed by Lorens Chuno

LehCats' latest release, Movement to Egalitaria, is a collection of songs that come together to engender an achievable vision of a fairer society. Join me and this fantastic musical couple, Karen Stachel and Norbert Stachel, as we talk about the making of the album, discrimination in the world of classical music, the Bay area, and other ...

Borsht with Bread, Brothers

Label: ARC Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Svalava Kozatshok; Mermelshteyn

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Yale Strom: Borsht with Bread, Brothers

Read "Borsht with Bread, Brothers" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Based largely on his many visits to Eastern Europe, violinist Yale Strom paints pictures in his music, writings and films of a pre-WWII shtetl music scene where Gypsy (Rom) and Jewish musicians slipped in and out of each other's traveling bands. This porous musical culture resulted in many of the tunes on Hot Pstromi's Borsht with ...

The Absolutely Complete Introduction to Klezmer

Label: Transcontinental Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Karahod Fun Varshe (Karahod from Warsaw); Ki Anu Amecha (We Have Sinned); Besarabish Bulgar; Mitn Fidle (With My Fiddle); Der Sarver's Sher; Rumeynish Serba; Bosnian Vals (Bosnian Waltz); Anshel Shachnai's Freylekhs; Makonovetski's Zok; Arader Khosedl; Gulerman's Doyne; Khupe Marsh (Wedding Canopy March); Mazl Tov (Good Luck); Fun Der Khupe (From the Wedding Canopy); Beregovski's Bulgar; Beygele; Rotenberg's Mitsve Tentsl (Rotenberg's Good Deed Dance); Rabinovitch's Dobranotsh (Rabinovitch's Good Night); Koydinover Nign; Bazetsn Di Kale (The Seating of the Bride); Tsu Der Khupe Marsh (To the Wedding Canopy March); Boyberiker Wedding Bulgar; Dubosaary Bulgar; Ropshitser Nign; Sakhnovski's Zhok; Berditshever Khosed; Buhusher Nign; Vals Fun Varshe (Waltz from Warsaw); Sher; Karliner Dveykes Nign (Karliner Adhesion Melody); Ukraynish Kek-Vok (Ukranian Cakewalk); Boogich Bulgar; Dunlitski's Skotshne; Bulgar; Rumeynish Serba; Kolomeyke.

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Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi: The Absolutely Complete Introduction to Klezmer

Read "The Absolutely Complete Introduction to Klezmer" reviewed by Elliott Simon

In addition to being an author, a filmmaker and a violinist of the first order, Yale Strom is also a musical archivist. His frequent trips to Eastern Europe and interviews with Rom musicians have done much to advance our knowledge of what the music was like when the archetypal klezmers and gypsies roamed the countryside and ...

Klezmer

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003
Track listing: Birobidzhan; Hora Din Caval; The Bonesetter's Last Dance; Stoliner Skotshne #1; Imenu Malketseynu; Dorohoi Khusidl; Cafe Jew Zoo; Shakhres; Yekele The Bonesetter; Stoliner Skotshne #2; L'Chayim, Comrade Stalin!; Waltz Amur; Ten Plagues.

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Yale Strom with Hot Pstromi & Klazzj: Klezmer

Read "Klezmer" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Yale Strom kicks off the Café Jew Zoo festivities with an explanation about the roots of klezmer, as it relates to his vision of New Jewish Music. The range of music emanates from the DNA of klezmer, which is the melismatic prayer modalities chanted by the ancient Hebrews of the Middle East. We klezmorim today ...


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