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New Klezmer Music 1991-1994

Shteygers

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US0207
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1
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Germany
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Adam Rogers(Guitar (Acoustic)),  Al Bent(Trombone),  Alicia Svigals(Violin),  Ben Goldberg(Clarinet),  Burton Greene(Piano),  Dan Seamans(Bass),  David Harris(Trombone),  David Licht(Drums),  David Licht(Percussion),  Don Byron(Clarinet),  Don Byron(Drums),  Don Byron(Piano),  Elliott Sharp(Guitar (Electric)),  Elliott Sharp(Sax (Soprano)),  Evan Harlan(Piano),  Frank London(Keyboards),  Frank London(Trumpet),  Georg Schwark(Vocals),  Grant Smith(Drums),  Grant Smith(Percussion),  Greta Buck(Violin),  Hankus Netsky(Sax (Alto)),  Ilene Stahl(Clarinet),  James Guttmann(Bass),  Jan Hermerschmidt(Clarinet),  Jan Hermerschmidt(Vocals),  Jeff Warschauer(Guitar),  Joel Rubin(Clarinet),  Josh Roseman(Trombone),  Ken Gross(Trumpet),  Kenny Wollesen(Drums),  Lorin Sklamberg(Keyboards),  Lorin Sklamberg(Vocals),  Mahmoud Fadl(Percussion),  Marcel Salomon(Clarinet),  Mark Hamilton(Trombone),  Matt Darriau(Clarinet),  Merryl Goldberg(Sax (Baritone)),  Mimi Rabson(Violin),  Pete Sokolow(Piano),  Roberto Haliffi(Drums),  Sebastian Steinberg(Bass),  Sheldon Brown(Saxophone),  Simon Jakob Drees(Violin),  Simon Jakob Drees(Vocals),  Ted Epstein(Drums),  Theo Van Tol(Drums),  Theo Van Tol(Percussion),  Tobias Dutschke(Drums),  Tobias Dutschke(Vocals),  David Krakauer(Clarinet (Bass)),  Donald Thornton(Tuba),  Elliott Sharp(Clarinet (Bass)),  Gary Bohan(Cornet),  Georg Schwark(Tuba),  Henry Sapoznik(Banjo),  Jeff Warschauer(Mandolin),  Judy Bressler(Tambourine),  Larry Fishkind(Tuba),  Lorin Sklamberg(Accordion),  Marcus Rojas(Tuba),  Theo Van Tol(Accordion),  Robin Miller(Piccolo),  Steve Netsky(Tenor Banjo),  Ted Epstein(Metal Percussion),  Ahava Raba(Arranger),  Don Byron(Arranger),  Elliott Sharp(Arranger),  Hankus Netsky(Arranger),  Jeff Warschauer(Arranger),  Joel Rubin(Producer),  Kenny Wollesen(Arranger),  Pete Sokolow(Arranger),  Rita Ottens(Producer),  Salomon Klezmorim(Arranger),  The Klezmatics(Arranger),  Klezmorim(Arranger),  Ahava Raba(Performer),  Branford Marsalis(Performer),  Don Byron(Performer),  Elliott Sharp(Performer),  Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band(Performer),  Frank London(Performer),  Jeff Warschauer(Performer),  Joel Rubin(Liner Notes),  Klezmer Conservatory Band(Performer),  Klezmokum(Performer),  New Klezmer Trio(Performer),  Original Klezmer Jazz Band(Performer),  Rita Ottens(Liner Notes),  Salomon Klezmorim(Performer),  Shirim Klezmer Orchestra(Performer),  The Klezmatics(Performer),  Klezmorim(Performer),  Burton Greene(Musical Direction),  Donald Thornton(Musical Direction),  Hankus Netsky(Musical Direction),  Lutz Fahrenkrog-Petersen(Digital Mastering),  Paul Morrissett(Basic Track)

商品説明

This volume in Trikont's excellent klezmer series focuses on the years when klezmer was being built upon and extrapolated all across the country, but primarily in New York where jazz musicians had found a new medium for expression and klezmer musicians were reaching out into other world forms and slipping them into the wedding music mix so often that klezmer is no longer strictly wedding music. It is now a bona fide jazz idiom as well. If you're skeptical, check out the opening track here by the Original Klezmer Jazz Band, Easy & Easy, a traditional number harmonized for three clarinets by Dave Tarras. There are three here as well as piano, trombone, trumpet, banjo, bass, and drums. It's inspired equally by Naftule Brandwein and Benny Goodman and swings like hell. And then there's Klezmokum from Amsterdam performing Der Gasn Nign (The Street Melody), which marries a traditional tune to the blues of post-bop and cabaret music from the Weimar Republic. The truth is, however, we are only at the beginning. Included are the experiments of the klezmorim further down the road with a much larger band, the klezmer antics of Don Byron, and the anarchy and avant-garde grandeur brought to the music by Frank London and Elliot Sharp, as well as the good-natured zany assault on the traditional music by the New Klezmer Trio. There are also tunes by the Klezmatics, which are a high-concept klezmer unit well known in the U.S. and abroad, and the truly spooky and beautiful Ahava Raba whose In the Footsteps of Bratzlav/Nign is a space where Gypsy klezmer meets the classical requiem and the harmonic invention of third stream jazz before entering into an engagement with the avant-garde. The track is so musically sophisticated it's a wonder anyone can play it with its numerous tempo and key signatures, all of which come to a head in a microtonal mode resembling medieval polyphony! It's easily the most challenging and satisfying track on the disc. The set closes with Branford Marsalis of all people and his own composition, L'Chaim. Here, a New Orleans jazzman takes on the form with all the class he can muster, and that's plenty. With a traditional New Orleans brass band and rhythm section, Marsalis makes a stomping, marching, dancing wedding music that reveals the neatly invisible lines between jazz and klezmer, as this tune sounds as much like a New Orleans second-line blues as it does a wedding stomp. The only regret is there isn't a fourth volume in the set that documents all that has happened in klezmer since 1994, because there is a wealth of material that offers further evidence of the innovation and experimentation in the music, as well as documents the ensembles that are staying strictly within the tradition. In the meantime, these three volumes are a treasure trove of a music that has become from its peasant origins in Eastern Europe a part of every Western nation's musical heritage. These are essential recordings for listening to the breadth and depth of the klezmer experience from the 20th century, and this last one, as it points to the 21st. ~ Thom Jurek, Rovi

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  • 01. Easy and Breezy (03:59)
  • 02. Der Gasn Nign (04:26)
  • 03. Oriental Melodies (03:17)
  • 04. Foolish Freylekhs (02:06)
  • 05. Full Moon, Ancient Waters (03:30)
  • 06. Fun Tashlikh (05:47)
  • 07. In the Footsteps of Bratzlav/Nign (06:16)
  • 08. Slow Hora for Those Who Wait for Freedom (02:31)
  • 09. Sher (04:43)
  • 10. Agadot (05:26)
  • 11. Feedback Doina (05:08)
  • 12. Seams (06:08)
  • 13. Voliner (04:10)
  • 14. Stetl Metl (04:58)
  • 15. Chaim (02:23)

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