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To the Tavern

by London Klezmer Quartet

LKQ plays old and new melodies on fiddle, clarinet, accordion and double bass, taking you on a journey from the Baltic to the Black Sea and beyond, delving deep into the celebratory and soulful music of Jewish eastern Europe.
Genre: World: Klezmer
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1. Dobriden
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2. Feygele
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3. Summertime Waltz
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4. Bulgar 147
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5. Goodbye New York
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6. Riga Runde
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7. Happy Hour Hora & Sirba
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8. A Gleyzele Jas / To the Tavern
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9. The Inn-Keeper's Wife / Liebes Tants
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10. Borscht
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11. Clackety-Clack Bulgar
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12. Hora De Lacovache Pana / Tarras's Sirba
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13. Tavern Terkisher
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14. Mayn Harts
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15. Mordechai's Freylekhs
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16. Dunika Waltz
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17. Dobriden (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
LKQ’s fourth album is a dawn-to-dawn journey based on a short story about a klezmer band’s arrival in a small town.* With a wealth of traditional-style new compositions by the band, the adventure also features the irresistibly sonorous vocals of Indra Buraczewska in traditional laments, a Warsaw Yiddish theatre hit with a hint of jazz (‘Goodbye New York’) and a song about beetroot soup.

*A band arrives at dawn at the railway station in a small town for a 24-hour sojourn; the musicians find their way around, get to know the locals and lead a rowdy session at the local tavern, before exhaustion sets in as they see in the new day.

“Dizzyingly dynamic playing... a band at the forefront of the European klezmer revival" (fROOTS)

“A fantastic sound with inventive arrangements, virtuosity, exciting original tunes and soulful playing.” (Songlines Magazine)

"With artistry like this, the music doesn't have to be reinvented." (Evening Standard)

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