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Sweet Early Years
(Released:1992, 2000 and 2013)
Maxwell Street Days
(Released:1985 and 2013)
You Should Be So Lucky
Old Roots New World
Eight Nights of Joy
Arik Luck is... Moyshe Oysher
Our Music Charts
The Joy of Klez
10 Klezmer classics arranged for bands.
$75 for the set of three books, including the practice CD.
The songs included are:
1. Zol Zayn Gelebt
3. Russian Sher
4. Lebedik un Freilech
5. Odessa Bulgar
6. Freilechs Fun der Chupeh
7. Mazel Tov, Mechutonim
9. The Matzorena (Learn the dance at this link: Click here!)
10. Freitog Nokh'n Tzimis
The three books included in this set are:
1. Piano/Violin/Flute (Example from violin)
3. Bass & Chords(Piano/Guitar)/Trombone
...Plus the practice CD.
The Review from the Ari Davidov's Klezmershack
The first book is actually a series of books, and it answers one of the most common question I get asked by people interested in starting a klezmer band: "Where do I get arrangements?" Well, from Tara Music, where you can get the largest selection of Jewish music overall, and now you can get this exquisite collection. It's put together by the fine folks at Maxwell Street Klezmer Band, in whichever parts you want: the score, the bass/trombone parts, the piano/violin/flute parts, or the clarinet/sax/trumpet parts. These books are ideal for anyone starting a band: Junior Klezmer Orchestras, synagogue klezmer bands, or even starting out with some friends and some enthusiasm--all are going to benefit from these books. The "score," the main fake book, also comes with a CD so you can hear how the arrangements sound. The tunes were originally recorded in the first golden age of American klezmer music, 1910-1940. As one would expect from books produced by Tara, the printing and typography are clear and impeccable.