|Freilachmakers Klezmer String Band, The / Flower Of Berezin, The|
|Album:||Flower Of Berezin, The||Collection:||World|
|Artist:||Freilachmakers Klezmer String Band, The||Added:||04/2007|
|Add Date:||2007-05-06||Pull Date:||2007-07-08||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||3 Jun||27 May||20 May||13 May|
|1.||Jun 01, 2007:||the jewish alternative |
|4.||May 27, 2007:||radio experiment #13 |
Der Heyser Bulgar
|2.||May 31, 2007:||Finneman's Market |
|5.||May 24, 2007:||Finneman's Market |
Baym Rebn In Palestina/Tantsl Firn De Makhetonim
|3.||May 29, 2007:||At the Cafe Bohemian |
The Flowers Of Antrim/The Flower Of Berezin
|6.||May 22, 2007:||a sound escape |
The Odessa Bulgar
Blue grass Klezmer music. Instrumental (banjo, accordion, violin, balalika, guitar, contrabass). Hailing from Sacramento, Davis and Sebastopol, these five play modest and happy music with a tongue-in-cheek attitude. Blue grass/Celtic influences both in instruments (Banjo) as well by music selection.|
1. Fast klezmer classic. Modest string plucking opening.
2. Mid-tempo, semi-sad Yiddish song. Fiddle opening. Dominant banjo leads to a ragtime finish.
3. Mirror tunes. An Irish tune, played first, later mirrored in a Klezmerized version. Violin and mandolin.
4. Banjo, guitar and accordion opening (long) to a traditional hora.
*5. Fast klezmer classic. Violin, guitar and a dominant banjo.
6. A partisan Yiddish song. Balalaika.
7. Fast Klezmer classic.
8. A slow Irish tune leading to a Macedonian dance. Violin, guitar and recorder.
9. A slow Yiddish nigun.Violin and mandolin.
10. Slow to fast. Dominant plucked strings.