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Freylekhe Lider, with Jeanette Lewicki
Sing along with songs for dancing, laughing, clapping, toe-tapping, celebration, and warming up a crowd. We will include upbeat tunes with comical lyrics from Prince Nazaroff, Aaron Lebedeff, the Ruth Rubin collection, and some of Jeanette’s own arrangements for the gonifs klezmer band and the San Francisco Klezmer Experience (a.k.a. Klez-X)! These are great songs for a group or a band, or to sing around the house, and we will make written charts and lyrics available on KlezCalifornia’s Tune Archive.
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The workshop begins at 11am Pacific Time (2pm Eastern Time, 7pm UK, 8pm most of Europe).
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