MP3 David Glukh International Ensemble - Klezmer Travels The World
Traditional Klezmer, Fusion between Klezmer and Classical, Greek, Flamenco, Latin, Macedonian, Chinese, Gypsy, Middle-Eastern, etc.
12 MP3 Songs
WORLD: Eastern European, WORLD: World Fusion
It is with great pleasure that we are presenting this recording to you. It contains some of our most requested musical selections. As you have probably noticed already, this time around we have decided to expand on the genre of klezmer. We are offering traditional klezmer selections: Odessa Bulgarish, Firn di Mekhutonim, Unzer Toyrele/Russian Sher, Der Heyser Bulgar. Another part of our offering is our so-called "fusions": Baroque Klezmer (between Baroque music and klezmer - we have found that
https://www.tradebit.comh loved the klezmer music), Grichisher Tantz (between Greek music and Klezmer), Nigun Atik (Israeli and flamenco), Latin Freilach (latin beat and klezmer), Chuperlika (a traditional Macedonian tune with an occasional klezmer twist), Klezmorim in Orient (our own elaboration on the idea of klezmer musicians who land in China and try to collaborate with some traditional Chinese musicians), Gypsy Craze (improvisational fantasy on a Gypsy theme with strong latin, klezmer and Israeli elements) and finally Meorav Yerushalmi (an attempt to recreate many sounds and textures of the great city of Jerusalem, with lots of improvisation involved.) We hope you will enjoy listening to "Klezmer Travels the World" as much as we have enjoyed recording it.
Until next time,
David Glukh International Ensemble.
David Glukh International Ensemble - is one of the most unusual ensembles of its kind. Eclectic by repertoire and design, the group is composed of David Glukh (piccolo trumpet), Ronn Yedidia (accordion), David Keen (violin), Yuval Edoot (percussion), and Eddy Khaimovich (bass). The ensemble has performed worldwide to a critical acclaim. The ever expanding repertoire of the group includes: Classical Masterpieces, World/Folk Music from around the world (Klezmer, Irish, Flamenco, Bulgarian, Romanian, Polish, Country Fiddling, Hungarian, Macedonian, Greek, Italian, Gypsy, Turkish, Bluegrass, Middle-Eastern, Chinese, Russian, Ukrainian, Moldovan, Indian, Armenian, Georgian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Brazilian, Tango etc.), Traditional and Ethnic Jazz. The group has performed in such prestigious concert venues as Merkin Concert Hall and Alice Tully Hall in New York''s Lincoln Center. They have collaborated with a best-selling Sony Classical Recording Artist - violinist Lara https://www.tradebit.comn. A variety of Radio and TV stations have broadcasted the group''s performances. This is the ensemble''s second CD, featuring traditional klezmer and world/klezmer-fusion original compositions.