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The 20 tracks range from wedding and bar mitzvah music by klezmer clarinet masters Dave Tarras and Sam Musiker , to the famed cantor Moishe Oysher ("Balkan Rhapsody"), to classic Second Avenue schtick like Semitic parodies of cowboy songs ("Shalom Pardner" and "When It's Passover Time on the Prairie").
A Lower East Side concert in memory of Dave Tarras, who helped invent klezmer
Every video starts off with a snippet of "Dave Tarras 'B flat Bulgars," a jaunty klezmer romp from noted Yiddish musician Henry Sapoznik.
University of Wisconsin, Madison producer of "Dave Tarras 'B flat Bulgars"
"That's where you get people like Naftule Brandwein and Dave Tarras, who were genuinely stars at the time becoming quite flamboyant and well-known through performing something that could be considered traditional, ethnic music.
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