Arranged By – Budowitz. Cello, Contrabass – Géza Pénzes. Clarinet – Walt Mahovlich. Music By – Horowitz (tracks: 18), Traditional (tracks: 1 to 17, 19 to 23). Violin – Steven Greenman. Voice – Cili Schwartz (tracks: 1).
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Budowitz is the music of the 19th century klezmorim, on original instruments. Budowitz' first recording was "Mother Tongue, 1997" (Koch International). The second recording, "Wedding without a Bride," 2000, is on Buda Musique. The third album, the double-CD "Budowitz Live," (Golden Horn Records) was released in 2007.
ליזמרים (klezmorim) – instruments of music) is a musical tradition of the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe. Played by professional musicians called klezmorim in ensembles known as kapelye, the genre originally consisted largely of dance tunes and instrumental display pieces for weddings and other celebrations. The earliest written record of the klezmorim is in the 15th century. It is unlikely that they played music recognizable as klezmer today since the style and structure of klezmer as we know it today is thought to have come largely from 19th century Bessarabia, where the bulk of today's traditional repertoire was written
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Mother Tongue: Music of the 19th Century Klezmorim. William S. Burroughs (1914–97). Spare Ass Annie and Other Tales. The Best of William S. Burroughs: From Giorno Poetry Systems. Ira Cohen (1935– ). w/Ralph Carney: The Stauffenberg Cycle, B+( ). Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album, B. The Final Rip Off. Monty Python Sings, B+( ). Respect: A Century of Women in Music. Ricky Jay Plays Poker, B+( ).
Klezmer is a musical tradition which parallels Hasidic and Ashkenazic Judaism. Around the 15th century, a tradition of secular (non-liturgical) Jewish music was developed by musicians called klezmorim or kleyzmurim. They draw on devotional traditions extending back into Biblical times, and their musical legacy of klezmer continues to evolve today. The repertoire is largely dance songs for weddings and other celebrations.
|1||Cili's Kale Bazingns||1:42|
|2||Bughici's Tish Nign||1:55|
|12||Gute Nakht Sîrbă||1:30|
|13||Solinski's Rumeynishe Fantazi||3:34|
|19||Freylekhs Fun Der Khupe||3:14|
- Accordion – Lothar Lässer
- Accordion [Tsimbl] – Joshua Horowitz
- Arranged By – Budowitz
- Cello, Contrabass – Géza Pénzes*
- Clarinet [C-Clarinet] – Walt Mahovlich
- Liner Notes – Joshua Horowitz
- Music By – Horowitz* (tracks: 18), Traditional (tracks: 1 to 17, 19 to 23)
- Violin – Steven Greenman
- Voice – Cili Schwartz (tracks: 1)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 09992326126
- Label Code: LC 1083
- SPARS Code: DDD
|476 5738||Budowitz||Klezmermusik Des 19. Jahrhunderts (CD, Comp)||Koch Schwann||476 5738||Germany||2006|