A selection of Hassidic music and “Nigunim”. Arranged by Lev Kogan and Laszlo Rooth. An exclusive production of Beit Hatfutsot
BTR 9003 (CD & MC)
Nigun (melodic music) is a relatively recent development in eastern and south eastern European Jewish tradition, deriving from 18th century Hassidic music. Nigun was influenced by local folk music and was sung either without words or by adopting texts from the Bible or prayer book (later on Nigun became instrumental). This is a selection of traditional Nigunim and compositions written in the Nigun style. Arranged by Lev Kogan and Laszlo Rooth. Lev Kogan: Piano, Teddy Kling: Double Bass, Kenneth Krohn: Percussion.
Dimensions (Length x Width x Height)
14 x 0.5 x 12 cm
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