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All Time Klezmers

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Violin
Composer Joachim Johow
Publisher De Haske Music Publishers Ltd
Series De Haske Intl Play Along
Catalog # 44005558

Price: $23.00

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All Time Klezmers Composed by Joachim Johow. For Violin. Published by De Haske Music Publishers Ltd. (Catalog # 44005558, UPC: 884088047641)

This is a wonderful collection of Klezmer music, inspired by the Jewish dances and songs of the klezmorim from Eastern Europe: from the lyrical Hora to the fast, compelling Freilach. Also audible is the influence of more recent Israeli folk music a la Giora Feidman. Some of the pieces have a second part ad libitum – for laying together or for variation in a repeat. For the accompaniment, chord symbols have been added, and on the enclosed CD there are complete versions as well as play-along versions of all pieces, played live by genuine Klezmer musicians.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DER MIRJAMBRUNNEN - AFTER AN OLD FAIRYTA  
DI MECHAJE - JOY  
DUDAIM - AFTER AN OLD FAIRYTALE  
GANEF - A SWINDLER,A  
HARRYS FREILACH - HARRY TIMMERMANN: A FA  
LOMIR TANZN - LET'S DANCE  
MAIN UMET - MY SORROW  
MORDECHAJ - HORA FOR MORDECHAJ GEBIRTIG,  
NAFTULES FREILACH - NATULE BRANDWEIN-A F  
NANIS VALS - A WALTZ FOR NANI  
NIGUN - A SONG WITHOUT WORDS  
ODOMS NECHOME - ADAM'S COMFORT  
RAGGED FREILACH,THE - A FREILACH AND A R  
SCHOLEM SOL SAJN - THERE HAS TO BE FREED  
SHALOM - FREEDOM-THREE-PART ROUND  
STEMPENJUS FIEDEL - A FAMOUS YIDDISH FID  
TATES FREILACH - FREILACH FOR FATHER  
ZORRES UN MASEL - SORROWS AND LUCK  
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