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Beyond Recall-Record of Jewish Musical Life in Naz
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews
(11-CD box set plus DVD and 400-page hardcover book) After Hitler's seizure of power in 1933, every memory of the sound & voice of Jewish artists was to be consigned to oblivion in the same way as the Yiddish language. In this set, priceless sound documents have been rescued & restored. Some of these titles recorded in Berlin were released in Palestine from 1934-36. The repertoire is wide, and includes classical music, Yiddish comedians, German cabaret, Palestinian folk songs, and above all, can
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4.9 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
Masada has quickly become one of John Zorn's most popular and adventurous musical projects. These special arrangements for small ensembles of strings, keyboards and clarinets, shed new light on his book of inspiring compositions expanding the Jewish tradition. Bar Kokhba presents over two hours of dark, passionate and evocative Jewish music, featuring some of New York City's finest musicians.This double-CD is the long-awaited first American release of Zorn's Masada material, featuring startling
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4.2 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews
Twenty-nine sterling studio performances never available before from what many consider to be one of the most important instrumental ensembles of the past quarter century. Over two and a half hours of rare alternates, many even more exciting than the original releases, were handpicked by Zorn from the legendary sessions of 1994-1997 and are accompanied by a lush booklet filled with photos, scores, written tributes and remembrances. This pioneering band, that spearheaded Radical Jewish Culture an
4.5 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
15 Jewish favorites for kids and the grownups who love them! Join us on this captivating journey of fun and familiar Jewish songs! From the jungle-drum infused rhythms of Zum Gali Gali to a swinging jazz rendition of Eitz Chayim, this is one children's CD parents won't mind listening to again and again. Lead musicians (and sisters) Stephanie Schneiderman, Lisa Schneiderman, and Kim Palumbis create soaring harmonies and soothing melodies on songs such as Ma Yafeh Hayom, Eli Eli, and Hiney Matov.
A Jewish Odyssey
4.9 out of 5 stars with 31 reviews
The diversity of modern Jewish music is a result of centuries of hard traveling and cultural interaction. The secular and religious sounds of the Diaspora now embrace everything from European memories to the Latin experience to folk and modern pop styles from the Middle East. For example, the jazzy pathos of klezmer music reflects shtetl (village) life in Russia and Poland during the early 20th century, while the Arabic-tinged Sephardic repertoire dates from medieval times and then back to Sinai
Live at the Del
4.3 out of 5 stars with 46 reviews
A collection of Debbie Friedman favorites like Not by Might; L'chi Lach; Miriam's Song; And Thou Shalt Love, and many more! Performed live at the Hotel Del Coronado, this album contains several pieces not previously recorded.Classic Debbie Friedman pieces like Miriam's Song and L'Chi Lach. New pieces like O Sing Praises and the 613 Commandments. Kid appeal: Alef Bet Song, The Rainbow Blessing. Adult appeal: And the Youth Shall See Visions.
4.5 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews
Dream-like, layered tapestries and meditations on liturgical poetry - songs like P'tach: (open the gates) and Zikaron (remembrance) are ripe for the days of awe; original melodies give voice to the ineffable. DUMIYAH (silence) meaning in context, to you, silence is praise will help prepare and embed you, as Heschel described into the architecture of sacred time.
Jews With Horns
By Xenophile Records/Naxos
4.8 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
If Klezmer music resembles American Dixieland, German cabaret and Balkan dance bands, it's because Yiddish musicians of the 1910s and 1920s weren't afraid to borrow from the gentile music around them. Most of the modern klezmer revivalist bands prefer to preserve the hybrid form of the music as it crystallized before the Holocaust, but the Klezmatics think a '90s klezmer band should be able to borrow just as freely as a '20s band. As a result, Jews with Horns features guest appearances by such N
Itzhak Perlman: In the Fiddler's House
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4.7 out of 5 stars with 40 reviews
The incomparable perlman takes a break from the concert hall to explore the vitality of klezmer music in this charmingly humorous guide where he journeys from New York's Lower East Side to the Jewish Festival in Krakow, Poland, performing with a wide crosVirtuoso violinist Itzhak Perlman takes viewers on an eye- and ear-opening tour of klezmer music, from New York to Krakow. This traditional music of Yiddish-speaking cultures, which infuses other Eastern European influences from Roumania, Greece
4.7 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews
Established in 1999, the Celebrate Series has introduced hundreds of thousands of listeners to the best collection of Jewish music in the world. The award winning series is a treasure of musical styles from Klezmer to Ladino from Rock 'n Roll to Cantorial, from Yiddish to Kids... there's something for everyone. With 12 titles to chose from, The Celebrate Series packages great music, by great artists and takes the guess work out of shopping for Jewish music. So go ahead...don't you think it's tim