Music festival... Ashkenazi version !

Lomir tantsn!

Playlist below

Summer is arriving, and with it the urge to dance to festive music ! On June 21, we celebrate music ! So if you feel shpilkes in your tukhes, and you wish to tantsn on lebedik music, listen to this playlist of klezmer music and Yiddish songs !

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  • Freilechs - Giora Feidman

  • An Eyropeyische Kolomeyke - Raderman’s & Beckerman’s Orchestra

  • Sirba de Leon Schwartz - Trio Weisberger-Branthomme-Trestian

  • Hostu mikh lib - Yerushe

  • Yiddisher Charleston - The Gilt Edged Four

  • Shtetl Medley: In Odess’ / Yas - Klezmer Plus !

  • Oy Tate s’iz Gut - Naftule Brandwein

  • Gefilte Fisch - Henri Gerro

  • Negative Nifty - The Klezmorim

  • A Galitsianer Tantsel - Zev Feldman, Andy Statman

  • Dzhankoye - The Klezmatics

  • Lebn Zol Palestina - Kapelye

  • Odessa mama - Pesach Burstein

  • Lebedik un freylech - The Klezmer Conservatory Band

  • Machateyneste Mayne - Théodore Bikel

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