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Howard Leshaw | Bronx Volume II: Yiddish On The Edge

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Bronx Volume II: Yiddish On The Edge

by Howard Leshaw

Modern American Jewish music. From one of New York's most acclaimed woodwind virtuosos, specializing in klezmer, swing, and jazz.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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1. Doina Pura Vida Der Heisser Bulgar
5:49 album only
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2. Berele's Sherele
3:01 album only
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3. Tanz Yiddlach Leben Zol Yisroel
4:09 album only
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4. Vivaldi's Piccolo Concerto Roumanian
6:11 album only
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5. Moishele
2:16 album only
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6. Sim Sholom
3:29 album only
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7. Oy
3:33 album only
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8. Bulgar Shipiel Klesmer
2:30 album only
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9. Czardas
4:04 album only
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10. Yiddishe Mama
5:22 album only
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11. Vus Du Vilst Bulgar Epstein
6:45 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A TIME AND PLACE HAS IT'S OWN SOUL, FEELING, STATE OF MIND.

The Bronx that I grew up in was a unique place.

We had the best zoo, the best garden, a first rate art movie house (The Ascot), the Loews Paradise, Great ice Cream, Great Bakeries, The Yankees with "Mendel" in center field (my Grandpa couldn't pronounce "Mantle")and incredibly dedicated and productive people.

To this day I can't walk past a prewar apartment house with stoops and ledges without seeing ghosts of kids inventing new ball games.

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Romain RIES


This Cd is yiddish,but why the songs are not singing in Yiddish?. I search Yiddish Big Bands and this CD is what i like hearing. I'm a new fan of this music
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