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Mazel Tov Kocktail Hour | Shoyn Avek Der Nekhtn

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Shoyn Avek Der Nekhtn

by Mazel Tov Kocktail Hour

"the finest Klezmer band this side of the Pecos!"
Genre: World: Klezmer
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1. Kishinever Bulgar
4:18 $1.99
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2. Shoyn Avek Der Nekhtn
4:01 $1.99
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3. Der Rov Zingt Der Rebe Tantst
6:46 $1.99
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4. Di Royte Roz
3:56 $1.99
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5. Leybedik Khatskl
2:53 $1.99
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6. Papirosn
5:03 $1.99
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7. Doina Ala Binyomin Trinkt Briderlakh Lchaim Oy Tate
9:09 $1.99
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8. Tumbalalaika
4:32 $1.99
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9. Yiddishe Blues
3:38 $1.99
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10. Khosn Kale Tants
2:24 $1.99
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11. Chaim
3:10 $1.99
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12. Mazl Tov Beregovski Ukrainian Bulgar
6:26 $1.99
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13. Oyfn Veg Shteyt a Boym
3:32 $1.99
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14. Chasen Senem
4:11 $1.99
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15. Di Mame Iz Gegangen
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16. An Emesdiker Vals
5:35 $1.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mazel Tov Kocktail Hour (MTKH), an 8-year-old traditional Jewish music band in Austin, is releasing its first album, entitled Shoyn Avek Der Nekhtn, which translates as “Yesterday Is Dead And Gone.” The 10-piece ensemble presents an exciting and energetic take on Yiddish music, some of which has never been recorded in the modern era. The album was produced by renowned klezmer expert Sherry Mayrent of the Mayrent Institute and was recorded here in Austin by famed artist and engineer Brian Beattie. It features Austin-based jazz historian Rabbi Neil Blumofe on vocals.
MTKH is as much a research project as it is a live band. Through its desire to pay homage to the hundreds-years-old traditions of the music, members of MTKH have studied klezmer performance from internationally prominent klezmer traditions. It has also sought to convey that knowledge to local musicians through free workshops and a community klezmer band which performs at the HONK-TX street band festival. MTKH instrumentation is unique, featuring accordion, flute, trumpet, clarinet, cimbalom, trombone, fiddle, and tuba. The star of the band is its Belarusian vocalist, Svetlana Saenger, who sings in multiple languages.

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