BEN CANAR
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Nedudai (Orange World Records, Poland

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The musicians:
Ben-Canar: vocals, overtone singing, saz, oud , flamenco and 12 string guitar, frame drums, bongos, cajon, additional percussion.

Cobi Klar: bass

Vitaly Podolski: accordion

Dirk Kunesh: trumpet

Ivan Shumilov: flute, crumhorn

Clemento Muskal: nei, zurna

Sania Kroitor: violin

Semen Ositiansky: clarinet

The record label says:
Ben-Canar lives in the ancient city of Safed, the cradle of Cabala, on the Israeli-Syrian border. However, he can trace both Polish and Russian elements through his ancestry.

As for many Jewish families, the life of his own family has been a long journey which is instantly reflected in his music, taking in traditional Jewish music from all corners of the world. Klezmer and Hassidic music interweave together with sounds of the Orient. The beautiful sounds of traditional string instruments (saz, oud) and accordion, violin, clarinet and percussion mingle with joyful singing and cantor?s sad wailing.

Nedudai (Wandering) is a journey through time, and it reveals the rich diversity of Jewish music from Poland, through the Balkans, Levant and to Central Asia.

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