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Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Warner Bros. This song was the product of Naomi Shemer. Shemer was apparently a poet who doubled as a songwriter and this album, 'Naomi Shemer Sings Her Own Works', is her rendition of her own compositions. Dudaim, which is a type of melon in Israel not to mention a forest, becomes the name of a duo - Benny Amdurski and Israel Gurion - who were active from the late 50's into the 90's.
Apparently the duo was very popular in Israel but must have spent time in France as they performed in Paris for a while. This album, "The Dudaim Ben and Adam, is not exclusively Israeli in its song selection as you can see. Notice that the album was released under the Elektra banner which allows us to assume that this was produced somewhere in the late 50's early 60's when Elektra was heavily into folk music. Most of the selections are done by the Abe Schwartz orchestra. For those researchers among you, the history of Abe Schwartz, and the various orchestras that he is supposedly associated with, is interesting and is a microcasm of many Eastern European Jews' experience.
At this point he must have been an accomplished musician for he will become a composer and bandleader. There must have been an affinity for media communications as Schwartz and his bands it seems they went under several names including the Abe Schwartz Band and the Yiddisher Band produces multiple records - first 78's and then 33 LPs. The picture included within this inset is of another album theoretically commemorating the band's relocation to the new world although this was simply symbolic.
While those participating in Israeli dance in the present era recognize that this dance genre does not include Klezmer, Klezmer itself had a dance repertoire based on its music and its place in Jewish life: Klezmer was an integral part of wedding and other celebratory rituals in the Jewish ghettos of Europe especially Eastern Europe. Since modern Israeli dance is done to modern music, one generally does not run into Klezmer in most dance classes but nevertheless we present this album as part of this script.
Khsidishe Nigunim - Boibruker Kapelle. Khosidl -Belf's Roumanian Orchestra. Fiselekh Fiselekh - Elenkrig's Orchestra. Dem Rebens Nign - Elenkreg's Orchestra. Sadeger Khosid - Joseph Moskowitz. National Hora - Abe Schwartz Orchestra. One might think that the Karmon mentioned here might pertain to some Kibbutz in Israel but apparently this pertains to Jonathon Kardon who was a well known folk singer and leader during the 's. Folk singing can be very different than folk dancing and at this point we don't think that many selections in this album are part of the Israeli dance repertoire.
Our next album pertains to Shabbat and Hassidic songs. Sung by Nira Rabinowitz and Shlomo Nitzin. Arranged and conducted by Yitzhak Graziani. In this album the music is arranged by Yaacov Orkibi. The picture here shows the trio in perfoprmance and you can see the singer, Sarah Aviani, surrounded by one of the other two playing the guitar and the other accompanying with an accordian.
In the picture in the front of the album the guitar has been replaced by a tamborine and the accordian has been replaced by a clarinet. Notice the label. In our 45's section Tivka records is represented by a 60's record. Tivka today is located in San Francisco but for a thirty year period - through - the label was run out of Long Island by a business man Allen B. Jacobs certainly ran a company that had a way with words as you can see if you chack the back side of the album cover.
To wit: Every Night is a Yemenite. How 'bout that sports fans! Fred Berk, pictured here, has a credit in this album which is arranged and conducted by Dov Seltzer. Further down this script is more descriptive discussions of Guela Gill, Dov Seltzer and Oranim Zabor, but let's concentrate of Fred Berk in this montage. Yiddish Klezmer 2. Mokum 3. Klassic Klezmer 0. Doppelt Gut '96, Vol. Bekijk de hele lijst. Vaak samen gekocht. Klezmer Music Tweedehands 19, In winkelwagen.
Klezmer Traditions 7, Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date November 20, Styles Old-School Rap Soundtracks. Track Listing - Disc 1. Military Cut. Fred Brathwaite. Basketball Throwdown. Fantastic Freaks at the Dixie.
Subway Theme. DJ Grand Wizard Theodore.CD. Weltmusik. Diverses. Various - Oy, Siz Gut. Various - Oy, Siz Gut A wild night in Odessa Reinhören 3. Dancing on the water Reinhören 4. Khanekah Reinhören 5. Der Bekher Reinhören 6. Pesah A La Mano.