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BAJGELMAN. GET TO TANGO
CD / 11.12.2020
1. The Road to Happiness
2. No More Raisins Left, words: Jeszajahu Szpigel
3. Little Cloud, words: Abraham Joachimowicz
4. Sin, words: Walery Jastrzębiec-Rudnicki
5. Gypsy Song, words: Dawid Bajgelman
6. I Steal by Night, words: Mosze Broderson
7. Childhood Years, words: Dawid Bajgelman
8. Jews Are Hammering, words: Mosze Broderson
9. A Patriot, words: Icyk Manger
10. Close Your Eyes, words: Jeszajahu Szpige
ANA 013
BAJGELMAN. GET TO TANGO
Dawid Bajgelman is a composer from Łódź, born in 1888, who used to specialise in adapting Jewish musical tradition to the needs of operettas and cabaret. He founded a symphony orchestra in the ghetto and continued composing. He did not survive the Holocaust; he died in a concentration camp. Fortunately, his music is alive again. Jarosław Bester, the author of the new arrangements, not only reminded Bajgelman's works but also brought to light the quality of these compositions, which are in no way inferior to those of Jerzy Petersburski or Henryk Wars. Bester is an accordion virtuoso and the leader of the Bester Quartet, a band formerly known as The Cracow Klezmer Band (with which he travelled the whole world and drank from many 'springs of inspiration'), and he cooperated with, among others, John Zorn and Tomasz Stańko. For his adventure with tangos, Bajgelman invited not only his friends from the group but also the cellist Krzysztof Lenczowski, the trumpeter Michał Bylica and three outstanding Polish jazz voices: Grażyna Auguścik, Dorota Miśkiewicz and Jorgos Skolias.
1. The Road to Happiness
2. No More Raisins Left, words: Jeszajahu Szpigel
3. Little Cloud, words: Abraham Joachimowicz
4. Sin, words: Walery Jastrzębiec-Rudnicki
5. Gypsy Song, words: Dawid Bajgelman
6. I Steal by Night, words: Mosze Broderson
7. Childhood Years, words: Dawid Bajgelman
8. Jews Are Hammering, words: Mosze Broderson
9. A Patriot, words: Icyk Manger
10. Close Your Eyes, words: Jeszajahu Szpige
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