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Tarras Band

by Tarras Band

The music of Dave Tarras comes alive again - Tarras Band presents a set of music associated with the Yiddish-American clarinet legend, featuring longtime Tarras accompanist Peter Sokolow on piano.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Sharon's B Minor Bulgar
3:34 album only
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2. Pete Talks
1:34 album only
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3. Hora & Sirba
4:56 album only
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4. Honga Americana
2:43 album only
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5. Little Rachel
3:47 album only
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6. Branas Khasene
6:38 album only
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7. Piano Doina & Tango from Tanz!
2:12 album only
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8. Dream of the Jew
1:48 album only
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9. Mamliga Stomp
3:56 album only
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10. Polka Mazurka
2:55 album only
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11. Pete Talks Again
0:54 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tarras Band is a unique ensemble dedicated to the music of the great Yiddish-American clarinetist Dave Tarras. Made up of some of Klemzer musics' best players, both veteran and fresh to the scene, Tarras Band presents an authentic (but never stodgy) take on the classic American Jewish music sound of the 1920s-50s, while subtly pushing the boundaries of this form and incorporating new sounds. Produced by trumpeter Ben Holmes and clarinetist Michael Winograd, this record features long-time Tarras accompanist Peter Sokolow on keyboards, Jim Guttmann on bass, and David Licht on drums.

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