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Klezmer : the evolution of an American micromusic

Author: Mark Slobin
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Klezmer, the Yiddish word for a folk instrumental musician, has come to mean a person, a style, and a scene. This work investigates American klezmer: its roots, its evolution, and its spirited  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Slobin
ISBN: 0520227174 9780520227170 0520227182 9780520227187
OCLC Number: 50454220
Notes: 1111 kn.
Description: Seiten cm
Contents: Introduction, Mark Slobin Part One: Roots 1. American Klezmer A Brief History Hankus Netsky 2. Klezmer-Loshn The Language of Jewish Folk Musicians Robert A. Rothstein 3. Di rusishe progresiv muzikal yunon no. 1 fun amerike The First Klezmer Union in America James B. Loeffler 4. The Klezmer in Jewish Philadelphia, 1915-70 Hankus Netsky 5. "All My Life a Musician" Ben Bazyler: A European Klezmer in America Michael Alpert 6. Bulgareasca/Bulgarish/Bulgar The Transformation of a Klezmer Dance Genre Walter Z. Feldman Part Two: Offshoots 7. Sounds of Sensibility Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett 8. Klezkamp and the Rise of Yiddish Cultural Literacy Henry Sapoznik 9. Newish, Not Jewish Reshaping Klezmer Musical Traditions Marion Jacobson 10. An Insider's View How We Traveled from Obscurity to the Klezmer Establishment in Twenty Years Frank London 11. Why We Do This Anyway Klezmer as Youth Subculture Alicia Svigals Works Cited Contributors Index
Responsibility: edited by Mark Slobin.


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