Heartland Klezmorim | Gut Morgn

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Gut Morgn

by Heartland Klezmorim

Great old-time klezmer music! Perfect for all those wonderful celebrations and when you are cooking latkes.
Genre: World: Klezmer
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1. Varshaver
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2. Terk in Amerika
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3. Doina
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4. Gut Morgn
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5. Garlic Freylekh
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6. All My Love
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7. Fun Tashlikh
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8. Heartland Hora Suite
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9. Der Mishokhe Doina
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10. Miserlou
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11. Tantz, Tantz, Yidelekh
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12. Der Zigainer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Heartland Klezmorim is a klezmer band from Michigan. They have performed at many venues and festivals throughout the state as well as at private events and celebrations. The musicians on this recording include Sue Garber - violin, Drew Howard - banjo & dobro, Ben Godoshian - percussion, Chris Hamilton - bass, and David Klein - trumpet.

For their first recording, Heartland Klezmorim concentrated on playing music that was heard by our ancestors many years ago. The musicians on this recording experimented with different instrument combinations to give a slightly different sound characteristic to the music.


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