This outstanding klezmer ensemble is based in Italy, and they forage into the world of Jewish music, tinged with contemporary jazz, deeply rooted in Eastern European and Mediterranean musical traditions. The group plays musicthat crosses borders and mixes different cultures effortlessly, and on this recording they are graced with two guest musicians that complete the circle: the Arab artists Karam Abdelmagid (oud) and Abdullah Mohamed (darbouka).
See also: Yankele nel Ghetto (2003)
Gabriele Coen: soprano sax, clarinet
Andrea Pandolfo: trumpet, flugelhorn, euphonium
Pasquale Laino: alto sax, baritone sax, bass clarinet
Riccardo Manzi: guitar, bouzouki,voice
Marco Camboni: doublebass, acoustic bass, electric bass
Leonardo Cesari: drums
Eva Coen: voice
Karam Abdelmagid: oud
Abdalla Mohamed: darbouka, riq
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