Clayton March With Jacqueline Schwab | In Klezmer

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In Klezmer

by Clayton March With Jacqueline Schwab

A playful and expressive clarinet and piano duo of traditional Klezmer music.
Genre: World: Klezmer
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1. Rumeinisher Freilachs
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2:18 album only
2. Boyberiker Hora
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4:21 album only
3. Monastritch
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2:34 album only
4. Nicholas Baker
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4:44 album only
5. V'simakhto
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4:21 album only
6. Der Neier Doina
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3:54 album only
7. Bughici's Sirba
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4:32 album only
8. Sam's Bulgar
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3:33 album only
9. King Nimrod
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4:09 album only
10. South Side Waltz
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3:18 album only
11. Melnick Bulgar
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3:28 album only
12. Oif'n Pripetshok
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Edmund Robinson

Simple elegance
This fine collaboration shows the range of Klezmer music, sometimes sad, sometimes sappy and sometimes ecstatic. (full disclosure: I am a friend of Clayton March and am married to Jacqueline Schwab). March is in complete control of his clarinet, using a rich palette of tone colors. Schwab is in complete synch on back up. There is an exuberant joy in some of these pieces and a insistent longing in others. Two non-Klezmer pieces are included: Greg Johnson's "Nicholas Baker" is a profoundly moving and sensitive elegy for a youth whose life was cut off prematurely. Charlene Thompson's "South Side Waltz" sounds like it comes straight out of central Europe in the twenties rather than upstate New York in the 2000s. The Sephardic ode to the semi-mythical King Nimrod is resonant with the tragedy of the Disapora.