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Nakhes Fun Klezmer

by Dobe Ressler And Di Bostoner Klezmer

From rollicking clarinet, trombone, and accordion pieces, to newly minted suites (including a doyne for melodica), to a Beregovski medley with tsimbl, per Hankus Netsky, these dynamic musicians "...breathe new life into traditional, old-country klezmer."
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1. kishenever bulgar
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2. hora from the repertoire of German Goldenshteyn
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3. di goldene khasene
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4. Romanian bulgar
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5. zay gezunt
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6. Romanian hora and bulgar
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7. avinu malkeynu
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8. nign from the Beregovski collection
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9. tsimbl suite
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10. Belmonter hora un freylekhs (c) Matt Wulf
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11. Belmonter valz (waltz) (c) Matt Wulf
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12. freylekhs from the repertoire of German Goldenshteyn
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13. Melodica doyne, hora un Bender's bulgar (c) Brian Bender
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14. Uralskaya/Russian Waltz
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15. hora fetalor
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16. two freylekhs from the Beregovski collection
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17. Rozy's Waltz (c) Paul Becker
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
About this CD:
* a dynamic trio playing:
.... rollicking clarinet, trombone and accordion tunes
... reflective nigunim, (wordless Hasidic melodies)
one written by the first Lubavitcher Rebbe.
...three waltzes, two of them newly minted
...an original suite for melodica (sort of a cross
between a harmonica and accordion)
* a well-known guest artist (Pete Rushefsky) on tsimbl
(Jewish hammered dulcimer)
* six original compositions in all!
* Romanian horas collected by the Moldavan clarinetist
German Goldenshteyn
* tunes collected by the Soviet-era ethnomusicologist
Moshe Beregovski

artist biographies
Dobe (Dena) Ressler, clarinet,
is an instructor at KlezKamp, and has taught both at the New England Conservatory's (NEC) Klezmer Institute and a course on Yiddish music history.

Pete Rushefsky, tsimbl,
is a leading revivalist of his instrument and performs and records with some of the finest practitioners of traditional klezmer music. A popular instructor at KlezKamp and KlezKanada, to date he has two CDs to his credit.

Brian Bender, trombone, melodica,
has performed klezmer music at Carnegie Hall, the Presidential Inauguration of Bill Clinton, and in Israel, Alaska and Egypt. An NEC graduate and a performer in great demand, Brian regularly plays with stars of the klezmer revival, and actively performs world music, jazz, Dixieland, and Caribbean Ska.

Rachel Lemisch, trombone,
has performed with many klezmer revival stars . A graduate of NEC, she has a parallel life as an active classical musician performing with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. She is the descendant of an old and venerable line of klezmorim from Yassi/Iasi,Romania

Matthew Wulf, accordion,
has worked as a musical director and pianist at regional and community theaters in New England, and in the South. Matt also served on the orchestration staff of Harvard's annual Hasty Pudding Show from 1997 to 1999.

Terry Traub,accordion, fiddle,
has performed throughout North America, Asia, and Scotland for over twenty years in concerts, dances, and weddings both as a band leader and musician. He is a long-standing performer and teacher at Pinewoods Dance Camp and is deeply involved in Celtic and American folk music.

Paul Becker, accordion (cut 17), plays accordion with Der Greine Cousine, West Virginia's preeminent klezmer band.

Richard Seidel, bass (cut 17),
is a member of Klezcentricity (with David Julian Gray, co-founder of the Klezmorim , the group that recorded the klezmer revival 's first album), and plays bass and cello with Shalshelet, which specializes in the performance of original Jewish music.

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Ute

good stuff
I'm new to Klezmer music. I have heard it once on TV, I think it was a special about it's origin and was hooked. Pretty good stuff!
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Phil Brown


There is a great new stream of small klezmer groups that play more traditional styles, in large part based on the discovery of older European musicians and the tunes they play, tunes that have been less heard in the US. In “Nakhes fun Klezmer,” Di Bostoner Klezmer brings some of that new body of music to their album, as well as great interpretations of some more familiar tunes. Plus, there are some brand new tunes, including some recorded here for the first time. For such a small band, they put out a lot of sound, and the combination of clarinet, accordion, and trombone works wonderfully. The trombone provides the traditional rhythm that often came from big horns in the old country. The timbre is quite varied, in interesting ways. On some numbers an accordion or melodica comes in, adding some other nice voices. We even hear one hora as a trombone solo. It’s a very spirited album with a well-picked assortment of tunes that flows together nicely. Dobe Ressler’s clarinet is sparkling, and she’s put together a great debut CD.
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