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25 Klezmer Tunes is a new edition, arranged and edited for Trombone by Dave McKeown. The book contains a selection of 25 traditional tunes from Eastern Europe that are regularly played in sessions. parties and in concert by musicians across the world. This collection provides a fresh and diverse introduction to the rich Jewish musical heritage from Russia through, Poland, Romania and the Balkans.
The level of difficulty is intermediate to advanced.
This volume is fully compatible with my other Klezmer collections on offer on SibeliusMusic.com should you wish to play along with other instruments.
The recorded samples are played on Clarinet and Alto Saxophone
The 25 tunes are:…
Dem Triska Rebens Nigun
Der Gasn Nigun
Firn di Mekhutonim Aheym
Jew in Jerusalem
Long Live the Nigun
Rabbi David?s Nigun
Terk in America
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