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Traditional Klezmer Dances

Klezmer is a music that originated in Eastern Europe linked to the proceedings of a Jewish...
Klezmer

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Playing Klezmer Music

One of the great joys of playing and listening to Jewish Klezmer music is that everyone can...

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  • Traditional Klezmer Dances Editor's Pick

    Klezmer Teacher (Manchester) Picture Klezmer is a music that originated in Eastern Europe linked to the proceedings of a Jewish Wedding around the turn of the 20th Century. The music played by the musicians (Klezmorim) was functional and was associated with specific aspects of the wedding, such as the entry of the bride or the...
  • Playing Klezmer Music Editor's Pick

    Klezmer Teacher (West London) Picture One of the great joys of playing and listening to Jewish Klezmer music is that everyone can participate and you don't have to be Jewish! This form of Jewish folk wedding music is having a great revival over the last few years all over the world with the advantage that any instrument can join in...

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  • Klezmer

    For the 2015 war-drama film, see Klezmer (film). Klezmer (Yiddish: כליזמר or קלעזמער (klezmer), pl.: כליזמרים (klezmorim) – instruments of music) is a
  • Klezmer fiddle

    Klezmer (Yiddish: Klezmer (כליזמר or קלעזמער, pl. כליזמר, כליזמרים, from the Hebrew כלי זמר meaning "vessel of song") is a genre of fiddle music rooted
  • The Cracow Klezmer Band

    The Cracow Klezmer Band was a Polish jazz quartet formed by accordionist and composer Jarosław Bester in 1997 in the city of Kraków, and recorded for
  • List of Klezmer bands

    Klezmer (Yiddish כלזמיר, from Hebrew k'li zemer כלי זמר, lit. "vessels of song", meaning "musical instruments" in Hebrew; in Yiddish, "klezmer" refers
  • Klezmer-loshn

    Klezmer-loshn (קלעזמער-לשון klezmer-loshn, Yiddish for Musician's Tongue) is an extinct derivative of the Yiddish language. It was a kind of slang, argot
  • Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra

    Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra (BGKO) is a band created in 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. The band draws on many musical influences, including Klezmer music, Jazz
  • David Krakauer

    band Klezmer Madness! While firmly rooted in traditional klezmer folk tunes, the band “hurls the tradition of klezmer music into the rock era.” Klezmer Madness
  • New Klezmer Quintet

    Klezmer Quintet is a traditional klezmer band originally from the Washington, D.C. area. The group is also a neo-klezmer ensemble performing klezmer music
  • Klezmer (film)

    Klezmer is a 2015 Polish war-drama film written and directed by Piotr Chrzan. It was screened in the Venice Days section at the 72nd edition of the Venice
  • Metropolitan Klezmer

    Metropolitan Klezmer is a New York band that was established in 1994. While clearly a Klezmer band, Metropolitan Klezmer takes an eclectic approach to