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Ofra Haza

Long among Israel’s most widely used singers, Ofra Haza broke to worldwide recognition through the middle-’80s when her traditional music found favor within the U.K. membership circuit, its achievement leading to some unlikely pop tasks. Blessed in Tel Aviv on November 19, 1957, Haza was the little girl of Yemenite …

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Abe Schwartz

Abe Schwartz was among the heroes of early 20th hundred years klezmer. His compositions consist of such classics as “Tants, Tants Yiddlekh,” “Di Bobe Ligt In Kempet (Grandma’s With Kid),” and “Dos Zekele Mit Koyln (THE TINY Handbag of Coals),” which he documented in 1919 with an orchestra and Yiddish …

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Niki Reiser

Born in north Switzerland in 1958, Niki Reiser is really a musician and composer most widely known for his ratings to German-language movies. With a history in traditional flute, he analyzed film scoring in the Berklee College of Music in the first ’80s, accompanied by further research of structure in …

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Mickey Katz

A long time before Allan Sherman and Woody Allen showered the general public with Yiddish slang — and decades prior to the klezmer revival breathed new lease of life right into a once-popular cultural music — just a little clarinetist with a whole lot of chutzpah blazed the path, exposing …

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New Orleans Klezmer All Stars

The last 10 years from the 20th century saw a revival of klezmer music, with groups just like the Klezmatics as well as the Maxwell Road Klezmer Music group. Reinventing the Western european Jewish musical idiom with today’s sensibility, klezmer music drew music fans using its irrepressible audio and dance …

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New Klezmer Trio

THE BRAND NEW Klezmer Trio is several three high-caliber musicians who make klezmer-rooted jazz — often with a significant rock edge. Electric powered bassist Dan Seamans sometimes uses results pedals which are more often within thrash rock and roll than jazz, clarinetist Ben Goldberg occasionally performs “fender reverb clarinet,” and …

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Rachel Buchman

Children’s music and poetry are coupled with Jewish vacation songs with the repertoire of Rachel Buchman. Her albums, workshops and concert shows have produced her tracks a staple of classrooms and nurseries around the world and also have received renowned American Library Association, Parent’s Choice and Oppenheimer Plaything honours. Buchman’s …

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Hillel & Aviva

The husband-and-wife team of Hillel & Aviva achieved some fame in the later ’40s and early ’50s because the first authentic team of folksingers to emerge from Israel. Their audio and approach had been unique, because they searched for to re-create the genuine musical appearance of biblical antiquity — Hillel …

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Pharaoh’s Daughter

Created in 1993 by vocalist Baysa Schechter, the Jewish folk ensemble Pharaoh’s Daughter is definitely heavily educated by both Eastern Western klezmer and Middle Eastern Jewish music, along with the sensibilities of Schechter’s orthodox upbringing. The group’s instrumentation features woodwinds (flute, clarinet, crumhorn), acoustic guitar, cello, tabla, along with other …

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Martha Schlamme

Martha Schlamme never attempt to have a global career being a vocalist — the international component was forced on her behalf by Adolph Hitler, and she brought the tone of voice. Blessed Martha Haftel in 1922, she was the only real little girl of Meier Haftel as well as the …

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