- Performer:Klezmer Conservatory Band
- Title:Sons of Safam
- Style:Jewish Music,Klezmer
- Date of release:1980
- Size FLAC version1203 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1390 megabytes
- Size WMA version1478 megabytes
- Formats:AU MP1 VQF MOD DMF FLAC
Klezmer Conservatory Band.
Klezmer Conservatory Band. ロフィール: Founded 1980 and directed by Hankus Netsky.
Live! The Thirteenth Anniversary Album. Ships from and sold by KV Outlet. Only 2 left in stock (more on the way).
About The Klezmer Conservatory Band. One of the top modern Klezmer bands, this eleven-piece outfit performs traditional Yiddish dance music injected with bits of jazz and Dixieland. There's enough accordion and clarinet swinging to get anyone on their feet.
The Klezmer Conservatory Band is an Boston-based group which performs traditional klezmer music; it was formed by Hankus Netsky of the New England Conservatory of Music in 1980. Originally formed for a single concert, they have gone on to release eleven albums. Netsky is the grandson and nephew of traditional klezmer musicians. He was inspired by jam sessions with Irish musicians to attempt something with klezmer music.
Klezmer Conservatory Band A Touch of Klez! Vanguard VSD 79455 (1985) Klez! Vanguard VSD 79449 (1984) Prairie Home Companion Tourists PHC 808 (1983) Yiddishe Renaissance Vanguard VCD 79450 (1981) Sons of Safam Safam Records J40979 (1980). Brandford Marsalis David & Goliath Rabbit Ears (1992). Les Misérables Brass Band (trombone, composer/arranger, co-director, business manager) Brass and percussion ensemble specializing in traditional and contemporary world music.
Klezmer Conservatory Band covered Dance Me to the End of Love and Tum Balalayke (Play Balalaika). Klezmer Conservatory Band originally did Dance Me to the End of Love. The Klezmer Conservatory Band. Boston based band featuring traditional klezmer music.
CreditsDavid Harris - Trombone
Klezmer Conservatory Band - Primary Artist