Op Een Goppe Noushka Naie Kashe Pluk Chassid In Amsterdam Limonchiki Jewish dance 2. Golden wedding 3. Rumanian dance 4. Ariela Perle, pearl from Warsaw 5. Ukrainer chosid'l 6. Terkisher 7. Onga Bucharesti 8. Adele dear 9. Mazel tov Kaleh bazetsen Midnight zhok A lid fun scholem 2 Az der rebe zingt 3.
Blayb gezunt mir, Kroke! Dizelbe gas'n 5. Hokele 6. Zol di harfe got loybn 7. Shpiltsayg 8. Tumbalalaika 9. S'zingt in mir a solowey Bay mir bistu sheyn Oyfn Pripetshik Tsu mayn gelibter Shabes Oy, bruderl, Lechayim! Dona, Dona Belz Lomir zich iberbetn A Lid On A Nomen 2.
Oyf Ale Felder 3. Memento Mori 4. Fartog In Shtodt 5. Di Shtodt 6. Mayne Teg 7. Trinklid 8. Yedn Ovnt Shtarbn Mir 9. Gevisn Bay Der Libes Sude West In'm Shandhoys Aheym Shtil, di nacht iz oysgeshternt 7.
Zog nit keynmol O a ] 1. Lomir-zhe Zingen 2. Itsik Shpitsik 3. Oyfn Weg Shteyt A Boym 4. Chelemer Balade 5. Dos Kleyne Tsigaynerl 6. Malkele 7. Rabeynu Tam 8. Eynzam Mit Farmachte Oygn Milchome-Balade Unter Di Churwes Fun Poyln Ownt Lid Ch'wel Oyston Di Shich Ch'hob Zich Yorn Gewalgert G d ] 1.
Zay freylekh 2. Kh'hob nit gezen 3. Fargest nit Soroke 4. Es shvebt a lid iber Parizh 5. Khaves tekhter 6. Tsum shtam 7. Mayn shtetl Soroke 8. Shik mir a shtral 9. Zumer Veymar Zingt oyf yidish Kiever shayn Viner vals Nit in shtot Tsvishn gold bazunte lonkes Di hoydlke Ich will komen I Shall Come A4. Ich dan dir mame Mam B1. Dir To You B2. Mein eibiker My Eternal B3. V a ] 1. Opening Mayn Rue Plats - The Klezmorim - First Recordings 1976-78 (CD) A2.
The Bridal Melody A4. Forest, Forest A5. Avremaleh Melamed A6. A Taste Of Heaven B2. Only Fools Are Sad B3. Song Of Wine B5. Git a neduve A2. Bal Shem [Tov] zemerl A4. Schmilig Gavrilig A5. Besaraber motiv A6. Cow Boy Lid A7. Der Yam B1. Bal meluches B2. Der bal-agule B3. Zmires B4. Potpourri de Valses [Krants fun valsn] B5. Der Koval [Der shmid] B6. F a ] 1. Lomir Zich Iberbetn 2. Papir Iz Doch Vaiss 3. Klein Yidele 4. Bulbes 5.
Vi Bist Di Gevezen 6. Freilachs 7. Pogrom 8. Drei Techterel 9. A Soudeniou In A Kleine Chtibele Der Filosof Hooter Tooter Az Der Rebbe Zingt Mein hartz is dayn 2. In der kuznie 3. Glick 4. Einmul lebt men 5. Zol es geyn 6. Rozinkes un mandel 7. Undzer nigendl A2. Cjhassene Lied A3. Oyfn pripetchik A4. Zlatke B1. Mit giche trit B2. Schwartze karshelech B3. Gut morgen hersh Duvid B4. W j ] A1. Gesselech A3. Rivkele A4.
Leb un Lach B1. Abi men seht sich B2. Surele B3. Mein alte heim B4. W i ] A1. Nem dir nisht zim harzn A2. Yidl nem dein fidl A3. Belz A4. A chassene B1. Ver ken du liebe B2. Shir hashirim B3. Mein medaly B4. Lomir Ale Freilich Sein A2. Mein Stetele Belz A3. Shlof Mein Kind A4. Hulyet Kinderlech A5. Shir Hashirim B1. Kinderyorn B2. Mein Meydele B3.
Varshe B4. Oyf pripetchik A2. Mein shtetele Belz A3. Rozinkes mit mandlen A4. Chatuna Lied A5. Lomir zich iberbetn A6. Shvartse karshelech B1. Shlof mein kind B2. Mit giche trit B3. Kinderyorn B4. Undzer nigendl B5. Gut morgn Hersh David B6. Der boim B. Der saksafon-shpiler 2. Ven se shaynt di zun 3. A zemerl aza 4. Vayl ikh bin a tsvayg 5. Balade funem 11tn september 6.
A-hu fayft der vint 7. S'iz matsa do 8. Yorn kumen, yorn geyen 9. Af di gasn fun der shtot Shoyn farendikt zikh dos lidl funem tog Geven amol iz a shtetl Vos hot lib a yidele Dos lid fun der gas Birobidzahn 2. Bay mayn mames shtibele 3. Khulitsl 4. S'iz loyter der rusisher step 5. Doina 6. Lomir loybn 7. Shlof, shlof, shlof 8. Umetik kind mayns 9. Zamd un shtern Az in droysn geyt a regn Unter di grininke beymelekh Dos borvese meydele Intro: the shtetl Zvinyetchke Fun vanet nemen zikh di libes Oy vey mame Tsvelef a zeyger Growing up in Chernovits Der zeyde mit der bobe Shlof mayn kind Paul Celan and Itzik Manger Afn veg shteyt a boym Intro: Mayn khaverte Mintsye Mayn khaverte Mintsye Hot a yid a vabele Afn veg fun Haifa keyn Ako Bayt zhe mir oys Harbstlid 2.
Afn veg 3. Zumerteg 4. Borekh-habo 5. A rege 6. Di kozakn 7. Mayn khaverte mintsye 8. Vinter-ovnt 9. Shvartse Varones Af a midber-veg Der binyen Undzere teg Azoy lang Zilber-shtern Tsu Benyumeles bar-mitsve Sha-sha Magura 2. Solution 3. Katarina 4. Kamenetzer 5. GG's Anthem 6. Shtern 7. Turkish Delight 8. Back to the Beginning 9. Meditation Split Decision Postscript An Old Legend Are Two Dutchmandu Doina Bukharian 2. Az Vey Dem Tatn 3. Violin Duet 4. Ikh Ken Tsvey Zayn 5.
Ratsekr Grec 6. Tsvey Taybelakh 7. Dobriden 8. Shvartze Flamen, Vayser Fayer 2. Papir Iz Dokh Vays 3. Fishelakh in Vaser 4. Cretan Song 5. Ver Tantz? Stav Ya Pitu 7. Nign 8. Toyte Goyes In Shineln 9.
Kalarash Forn Forstv Skolne Moscowitz Terkisher Berlin Overture 2. Brave Old Hora 3. Basarabye 4. Big Train 5. Borsht 7. Oy, Di Dreydlekh 8. Di Sapozhkelekh 9. Yismekhu A Tish-Nign Bobover Wedding March Doina Extravaganza The Ladder 2. Gules, gules 3. Marmarosh 4. Der mentsh trakht un lakht 5. Mazltov Boris 6.
Hora Flora 7. A shpay in yam 8. Tsum tish 9. Still Happy At Midnight Yankl Dudl Wailing World 2. Welcome 3. The Band 4. The Tune 5. Uncle Elye 6. The Tsadik 7. The Heretic Hebre Libre 8. Night 9. Prayer The Dance Doc's Bulgar Homeland Royte Pomarantsn Blood Oranges Farewell Lodzh-overtur 3. A gants fayn mazltov 4. Vayl ikh bin a yidele 6. S'iz kaydankes, kaytn 7. Makh tsi di eygelekh Berlin Refren Es geyt a yeke Ver klapt du azoy?
Geto, getunya Mayn Rue Plats - The Klezmorim - First Recordings 1976-78 (CD) Kuyavyak Berlin Lodzh-coda Brave Old Sirbas 2. Chernobyl 3. Moskowitz Meets Beckerman 4. Tayere Odessa Dear Odessa 5. Zaro Khayo 6. Boris Muzikant 7. The Ballad of the Steamship Titanic 8. Kolomeykes 9. Keshenev Tumbala Laika 3. Arum Dem Feier Around the Fire 5. Freilachs Medley of Freilachs 6. Der Koptzen The Poor Man 8. Fishalach Little Fish 9. Ich A Mazeldicker Yid Oh!
Am I a Mazeldicker Jew! Maidlid Maiden Song Ich Flee I Fly Krasnoarmeyskaya Pesn' Red Army Song Mir Geyen 2. Dona Dona 3. Der Rebe Elimelekh 4. Mayn Yingele 5. Brooklyn By The Sea 6. Ershter Vals 7. Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen 8. Oyfn Veg 9. Der Alef-Beyz Oyfn Propetshik Avreml, Der Marvikher Oy Undzere Yorelekh I Mov.
II Mov. III Mov. IV Mov. Song file here: Pesnya o druge. Sorry, there is no video of this session because of a technical clash on my computer He composed it for the Zimro Ensemble, a chamber group that specialized in Klezmer and other Jewish music. It consists of two main melodies ostensibly taken from Jewish folk tunes. The second melody is a known folk song, which we will be singing in this session. We find the melody to this song in the wedding repertoire of klezmorim. From this we can infer that the song was a parting song of the child from the parents after the wedding.
The tune is beautiful and I made a big choral arrangement of it for a SATB choir with divisi in each part but only got to hear it sung once. Sheet music for today: O Zayt Gezunterkheyt solo and if we have time for a nign, here is one: Medzhbesh nign. Sunday 5 July, session 65 - Russian song.
In this session we go as folk as it gets! In this session we will travel to a region located on the Dnieper River, kilometers west-southwest of Moscow. Smolensk Oblast, Russia. The song we will sing appears in Field Work made between Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts. More than fifteen women, natives of Pochinok and nearby villages, mainly from the Pochinkovsky Mayn Rue Plats - The Klezmorim - First Recordings 1976-78 (CD), sing in the Pochinkovsk choir.
The style of this choir reflects local musical traditions, and reinvents them as a higher Art form. The choir existed under the name Russian Amateur Choir of Veterans: its members are pensioners 60—80 years old The are former collective farmers, mostly workers who were awarded honorary diplomas, prizes, medals and other awards.
They are working people, who wholeheartedly love their native song. Listen to the Pochinkovsky Women's Folk choir singing it here:. File for today: Na kaline Salavej - Score. Sing with Me 64 - Yiddish song, Wednesday 1 July. In Sing with Me 64 we are going to sing a fun folk song in which a couple keep giving each other impossible tasks - it's a Jewish riddle song, like Tum Balalayka. Riddles are traditionally associated with love and courtship, so let's explore what they want from each other!
The version I'll be teaching comes from the M. Beregovsky's collection. There are other versions of both lyrics and music, see Ruth Rubin song collections and the Mlotek books of Yiddish songs.
File for the session: Nem mir aroys a ber. Odessa has played a significant role in Russian folklore and popular culture. Although the city has changed with the times, the Odessa variant of the Russian language and the Russian and Yiddish songs created in and about Odessa are the lasting product of a unique brand of multiculturalism. The Russian of Odessa shows influence of Yiddish and Ukrainian in grammar, lexicon, and phraseology, and Odessa folk humour is a culture of its own. Russian songs about Odessa reveal the mixed character of these languages.
Many of these songs deal with life of the underworld, stylistically using the language of the so-called blatnaia pesnia… Come and sing one of these today! File for this session: Akh, Odessa. Enjoy a lovely Yiddish song that was collected around and is still going round the world, just like the subject of the song: "Our love will never be forgotten, and people will sing of it Mayn Rue Plats - The Klezmorim - First Recordings 1976-78 (CD).
Saul Ginsburg and Pesach Marek compiled an anthology of Y iddish -language folk songs Evreiskiia narodnyia piesni v Rossiiwhich was published as a supplement to Voskhod inand came to be regarded as a landmark work in Jewish folklore.
This song was part of their collection. It also appears in Judah Leib Cahan's collection in the beginning of the s, and later on in other publications. Well, maybe the love of the authour was worth it! Download sheet music here: Fun vanen heybt zikh on a libe.
Song file for today: Song of the Decembrists Vper'od,druzja. Today's song is originally a Russian Art song a Romance which became a well known Yiddish song in the 20th century and is going round the world in these two languages. The lyrics is one of the M. Join me in singing one of my absolute favourite songs in the world. File for today: Vykhazhu - Aleyn in Veg. Wednesday 3 June - session 58, Yiddish Song.
Jewish refugees of the pogroms flocked to the prosperous and relatively liberal city. This led to the development of a lively secular Jewish culture, the presence of hundreds of Jewish taverns and bars, and eventually to a whole genre of Russian language "Odessa songs" in a style that mixed Yiddish folk music, Russian pop music, and old jazz into a particularly local sound, beloved by Soviet Jews and still present in post-Soviet Jewish culture.
Some and sing a fun Odessa song with me! Enjoy a great version here. File for toda y: In Ades. Ivan Zakharovich Surikov - was a self-taught peasant poet, best known for his folklore-influenced ballads, some of which were put to music by well-known composers Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov among themwhile some became real folk songs, like this one.
The composer of this lovely tune is unknown. Come and learn or enjoy, if you know it already! We will also try to sing harmonies: we won't hear you but you can sing the main melody and have me sing harmony lines in your living room. File for today: Tonkaya Ryabina Slender Rowan.
He maintains an active touring schedule as a soloist and as a chamber musician, teaching and performing tango. I met Grisha on my tour in the US in December when him and his friends turned up at my concert in Chicago strait from his own gig. He had his guitar with him, and we launched into a whole long set of informal music making.
The audience stayed for that and it was hard to stop. Sing with Me 55 Nigunim Jewish wordless songs. Monday 25 May. Nigunim sing. Usually, the term refers to religious songs and tunes that are sung by groups or sometimes soloists. Nigunim form a part of Jewish worship that enables the singer either solo or in groups to bring about a change in consciousness. This state of ecstasy is attained by singing the melody for anything up to one hour, when a state of trance and bliss is reached.
A revival of interest in Klezmer music was sparked as part of Hasidism. The sheet music was thrown together at the last moment, apologies about some mistakes in the last nign. Some of the nigunim from today's session: 4 nigunim.
I am sorry but for technical reasons there is no video recording of this session. Today we enjoy a fun song about love, marriage and Russian parenting in a village but the main characters of this fun folk song are lapti, b ast shoes made primarily from the bark of trees such as linden or birch. Sergey Lemeshev, one of the most beautiful Russian tenors, sung the song with a lot of character - watch here.
Goblets with Wine is one of the new Yiddish songs that has gone around the world since it was composed in The wine in this song can be sweet enough to attract a wasp - here it is, sitting on my keyboard at the end of the song: watch here.
The mode of this song is not major but most performers tend to change the original melody to this more familiar mode. Let's sing it exactly the way it was composed - in a Jewish mode! File for today: Di Bekhers mit vayn. Sing with Me Russian Song. Friday 22 May. Today we explore more of the connection between folklore and the Russian Romance. The poem is written in the folk style by Alexey Koltsov, who is sometimes not mentioned in music books as an authour, his poems often confuse for folklore.
His poems, frequently placed in the mouth of women, stylise peasant-life songs and idealise agricultural labour. Today's songs composer is unknown. Listen to these two very characterful performances of this song: Nikolay Gedda and Relikt Vocal Trio. File for today: Solovjom zal'otnym. Thursday 21 May. On a cold winter day in Montreal in December I was walking down a snowy street to visit Josh during his rare presence in his hometown.
Montreal felt like Mother Russia that day I had no idea this photo will come handy and Josh will be easy to find at home and get for a gig so soon So here we are: Socalled will be performing from his place in Montreal and I'll throw a few Russian songs into the borsht all the way from Brighton UK.
A pianist and accordion player, he has taught the latter at Klezfest London, where he has also run workshops in "hiphopkele" Sing with Me 50! Yiddish Song. Thursday 20 May. Bring a glass of wine to celebrate! Yiddish music has so many styles within it! Today we will sing an energetic nigun a wordless song with Ta-lay-lay is the only words!
Also' we'll sing a quiet Yiddish lullaby - a total contrast to the nigun. These two pieces have very different modal and harmonic core but they are both part of this beautiful and diverse culture. Come and explore the contrast. Sing with Me 49 Russian Song. Tuesday 19 May Get some drinks and snacks, cook some fish soup - my dearest is riding a troika and bringing me a fish! I drunk some sweet vodka and - Ekh and Okh! We will sing this fun folk song today made popular by the King of the Russian Opera F.
The film is a lovely story of a young girl from a tiny village all the way to Moscow wanting to study singing at University, but it's too late and she missed the entry exam Anyway, she won't give up and will do everything to sing for the professor to get to study I cannot find this film with English subtitles, sadly, but you'll get a very good idea of the character: Watch here File for today: Vdol pa Piterskay - Score.
Sing with Me 48 - Yiddish Song. Monday 18 May For centuries Jews borrowed and made their own music from neighbourhood cultures, and today we are singing a song coming from that tradition. A Ukrainian folk song and yes, it is about love again! Read more about Mejer, a great source for Yiddish and klezmer material for many musicians, here.
Listen to a klezmer version by Budowitz here:. Sing with Me 47 - Russian Song. We are starting our run with a beautiful Russian waltz, a true "Romance". It was written as an expression of actual love story between the author of this Romance, Nikolay Listov and a provincial theatre actress Alexandra Medvedeva and was a memory of their first meeting at a ball. Nikolay came from a noble family in Pskov and his family did not approve his desire to marry Alexandra I will tell you later what happened to this passionate couple.
Pyotr Leshenko and Dmitry Khvorostovsky sung it amongst many others - well, my grandfather and I used to sing it too! Listen here. Song file for today: Ya pomnu valsa zvuk.
Monday 11 May. Yes, Russia is a continent. Yes, New York is a continent too and so for that matter is Brighton. Kind of. Presenting a diverse collection of songs and instrumental music from the Russian Jewish, Jewish Russian and just downright everything in between, these three hardcore, beautiful and handsome fanatics and veterans of World Music will delight, thrill and entice you into a world that is delightful, thrilling and enticing.
Come along, join in the lockdown fun. Get your gatkes off and join us for a transatlantic party like no other! Sing for me 45 Yiddish song. Sunday 10 May. Rolnik was born in Belorussia into a miller's family.
Heifetz was born in Russia and educated at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. Both emigrated to the US in the beginning of last century and made good ca reers in Yiddish culture. Here is an interesting fact: when still living in St. Petersburg, V. He also composed for films, radio and television, and this beautiful melody is featured in a film Green Fields - Grine Felder, Saturday 9 May.
Today Russia celebrates The day of Victory, one of the most important dates in Russian history. Because of his injury, he was sent to the border of Kazakhstan and China and became chief commander of a little town Zaysan only being in his mid 20s and he was granted a KGB status because of dealing with international matters - guarding the state border during the war time.
A Cossack-of-Don by ethnic background, he loved singing. Today we sing a Cossack-of-Don song also a Russian Romance in some versions. In my view, the best commemoration to war heroes is not military parades but remembering the value of human life. To life! Listen to the Sretensky Monastery Choir interpretation here. File for today: Ne dlya menya 2 parts - Score. What drives away the sorrow, makes you feel so fine! So, brothers and sisters, bring a drink to the table and let's have fun!
Song file for today: Trink, Bruder. Thursday 7 May. Lermontov was born into an aristocratic Russian family and grew up in a trilingual environment. Lermontov's grandmother hired a Frenchman, named Jean, who became a servant to the young poet, addition his nanny was German. Here is a short documentary about him about his short life 26 years!
His poetry is full of turmoil, seeking light in the world and great passion, as a lot of poetry of the Romanticism period in literature. Today's art song Russian Romance composed to a Lermontov poem in by A.
Varlamov, one of the very founders of the genre, will definitely get our voices going and stir some energy! File for today: Beleet Parus Sail. Sing with me Tuesday 5 May. Guess what? We are singing about love today again! Looking for love and not quite finding it in this wonderful song, made popular to my generation of Yiddish singers by Chava Albershtein and The Klezmatics.
Never mind, there is always a Tra-la-la to make it positive and hopeful. File for today: Fisher Lid. Monday 4 May. Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov - was a Russian Romantic writer, poet and painter, sometimes called "the poet of the Caucasus", the most important Russian poet after Alexander Pushkin's death in and the greatest figure in Russian Romanticism.
Today we will look at his Cossack Lullaby, a beautiful song known with many different tunes. To wake us up, if we have time, we shall also sing a simple and fun song about Bliny - Pancakes.
This will be an ambitious session! The first song can be sing in two parts and the second one in three! Bring pancakes to the table Files for today: Cossack Lullaby and Bliny. Sunday, May 3. Russian song. Saturday 2 May.
We are starting a new run of Sing With Me! Here is the whole film with English subsdo watch it if you have time, it is profoundly human, beautifully emotional and full of love. This man becomes a friend and a confident, an adult who see Seryozha not as a child, but as a person.
The folk song is a well known one, even Rimsky Korsakoff arranged it for choir, in Soviet times the Sveshnikov State Academic Russian Choir made it popular in the s and my mother's Tomsk University Choir Siberia used to sing it too - that's how I know it, from my mother's choirs to my own.
The sheet music is in two parts so you may want to chose to sing a harmony today! Little Pear Tree - Grushitsa - 2 parts Am. Sing with Me 36 Tuesday 28 April. Concert with Psoy Korolenko - The Stranniki.
His multilingual one-person cabaret-esque show balances folk and klezmer music, free-style poetry and intellectual comedy. Rooted in Russian and Yiddish folk, their multilingual journey starts in the Steppes and the Shtetl, then takes us to the new world and other planets.
The repertoire of A Besere Velt Yiddish Chorus grew out of the shtetls, the sweatshops and union meetings I feel honoured to be working with this wonderful community, directed by Derek David who, like me, also loves Gustav Mahler's music!
In December80 members of the chorus sat shoulder to shoulder in a small studio outside Boston, me and my partner in this project Lorin Sklamberg in another room with a grand piano, accordion and masses of equipment… recording for 6 hours with no breaks!
Have a listen to fragments of our non-edited, raw recording - just the bare voices, love of Yiddish song and passion for making the world a better place.
This is also part of my most ambitious project so far, Voices. Join me today in singing one of the songs from their repertoire, a well known and very beautiful Yiddish song My Resting Place. File for today here: Mayn rue Plats. Sing with Me 34 Russian Song. Sunday, 26 April. Josef Stalin is in the audience, and it was he who unexpectedly asked the singer to perform this popular song, his favourite.
The audience listen to the whole song on their feet, and the applause explodes through the roof Songs Which We Remember? Folk Dances From Bulgaria Volume 3? Delcho Mitev, clarinet, and Dimitur Kolev, accordian? Dimitur Stoykov, accordian?
Ivan Shibilev is Playing? Bulgarian Dining Table Dances? Nikola Atanassov, bagpipe; Neno Ivanov, Rebec? Bulgarian Folkdances? Greetings to Koprivshtitsa '76? Pan Bulgarian Folk Dances: A collection of the basic and most popular folk dances seen at weddings in Bulgaria Folk Dances from Bulgaria: presented by Jaap Leegwater Bulgarian Folk Dances: presented by Jaap Leegwater Series 2.
Central Europe includes German-speaking Europe, etc. Gypsy Folk Songs from Hungary Clemencic Consort Hungarian Dances Cesky salonni tanec Beseda Village Music of Yugoslavia Homo U Kolo: Ensemble of folk dances and songs of the peoples of Yugoslavia.
Orchestra Balkan Balkan Heritage Series Vol. Lepi bregi zeleni-Hrvatske narodne pjesme: "Ladarice" Croatian Folk Dances: Volume 1 Golden Lips: Music of Eastern Yugoslavia Serbian Folk Dances and Songs Serbian Folk Dances Kola Bora Dugic: virtuozna frula Akademska folklorna skupina: Slovenski ljudski plesi in pesmi. Staro Selo: Traditional music of Macedonia and the rest of the Balkans. Alekos Kitsaikes - Lebentia Tes Epeiroy? Greek Dances - Ansambl Rakija? Songs From Roumeli and Morias?
Trio Bel Canto - Encore! The Best of Sirtaki? Village Celebrations? Panegyris - Island and Mountain Songs Songs of Constantinople and the Sea of Marmara Songs of the Peloponnesos Songs of Eastern Macedonia Songs of Thessaly - Part 1 Songs of Thessaly - Part 2 Songs of Roumeli Greek Folk Music Golden Clarinets - George Mirros and his "Mr. Greek Clarinet" Orchestra Rebetica Forever No. The Best of Sotiria Belloue 1 Basilis Tsitsanis Greek Sound Folk Songs and Dances - Instrumental and Chorus.
Ellinikoi Ethnikoi Choroi No. Greek Folk Songs and Dance vol. II - Dora Stratou and her group. Modern Greek Folk Dances Anica si Marcel Todor Rumanian Folk Songs and Dances Vol. Folkmusik fran rumanien Yiddish Folk Songs First Live Chassidic Wedding Jewish Klezmer Music Bikirim - Music for Israeli Folk Dancing No online items.
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Ethnomusicology Archive Los Angeles, California Abstract: Dick Crum was a teacher, dancer, and choreographer of European folk music and dance, but his expertise was in Balkan folk culture. Over the course of his lifetime, Crum amassed thousands of European folk music records. This collection consists of more than 1, commercially-produced phonograph recordings LPs, 78s, 45s primarily from Eastern Europe. Many of these albums are no longer in print, or, are difficult to purchase.
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Jewish Music Series 8. The Balkans Series Extras documents, photographs, etc Series Turkey Series Western Classical Music Series Instructional Media includes cassettes, etc Series Croatia includes Serbia --do not add to series Series Field Recordings Series Archive Master Documents Series Box 1, Item Box 2AMV, Item Series 1. Subseries 1. Performer: Perf. Wind Orchestra, Conductor H. Tonev; Acc. Kolev, K. Kolev, H. Folk Horos and Ruchenitsas Performer: Accomp.
Kolev, Hr. Todorov, L. Tachev, elab. Dagnev, cond. Performer: Koutev Bulgarian National Ensemble. Ganka was sitting in the garden -- Have you a headache, my son -- Walk, Peter, to your heart's content -- Stano, the son is declining -- Rade, Rade -- Ratshenitsa -- Doyna has gone -- My Mitro -- Mother addresses herself mildly to Vulko -- Yvan and Rada are in love -- Two are the brothers -- Early Sunrise -- Song and ring dance -- Over the village Yavorka -- Why are you passing by Rafinka -- Are you eyes, maiden, grapes.
Vassilev -- Pipe and whistle, perf. Ganchev -- Doudouk, perf. Donkov -- Dvoyanka, perf. Varimezov -- Pandore, perf. Yordanov -- Rebeck, perf. Performer: various performers. Bulgarian Folk's Music Performer: various performers. Performer: Dimiter Stoykov. Performer: Ibro Lolov; accomp.
Erica* - Fighting Spirit (CD, Album), Chocolat (Live at Effenaar, 27-06-1998) - Relaxo Abstracto - Inflatable Scream (Vinyl), String Quartet No.2 In G, Op.18 No.2 - Beethoven*, Takács Quartet - Complete String Quartets (CD), Cruelty - Tori Amos - Do That One For Me (CDr, Album), Frank Marino - The Power Of Rock And Roll (CD, Album), From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come) - Dave Edmunds - D. E. 7th (Vinyl, LP, Album), Sheep May Safely Graze, From Cantata No. 208, BWV 208 - Walter Carlos, Bach* - Switched-On Bach II (, When In The World - Suburban Lawns - Suburban Songs 1979-1983 (CDr), Visions And Ventures - Planet Love - Magical Excerpts E.P. (Vinyl), Full Compass - Ben Sidran - Puttin In Time On Planet Earth (CD, Album), Tabla Raga - Hal ("Eddie") Dinsratz - Hal ("Eddie") Dinsratz (CDr), Dude (Looks Like A Lady) - Aerosmith - Devils Got A New Disguise: The Very Best Of Aerosmith (CDr), Oh Yeah - A Sagittariun - RA.332 (File, MP3)