Magillah: Fotografie [Digipak]

> Abi Gezunt (Tant qu'on a la sante) - Abi Gezunt (Tant qu'on a la sante)
> Sirba - Sirba
> Terkishe freylakh - Terkishe freylakh
> Di sapozhkelekh (Les bottes) - Di sapozhkelekh (Les bottes)
> Tantz-a-freylakh - Tantz-a-freylakh
> Lomir zikh iberbetn (Reconcilions-nous) - Lomir zikh iberbetn (Reconcilions-nous)
> Nign - Nign
> Rozhinkes mit mandlen (Raisins et amandes) - Rozhinkes mit mandlen (Raisins et amandes)
> Rumanian fantasy - Doina - Rumanian fantasy - Doina
> Odessa bulgarish - Odessa bulgarish
> A Yiddishe mame - A Yiddishe mame
> Ketsele baroyges (Ne sois pas fachee) - Ketsele baroyges (Ne sois pas fachee)
> Mayn ruhe platz (Mon havre de paix) - Mayn ruhe platz (Mon havre de paix)

Track List

>Abi Gezunt
>Sirba
>Terkishe Freylakh
>Di Sapozhkelekh
>Tantz-a-Freylakh
>Lomir Zikh Iberbetn
>Nign
>Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen
>Rumanian Fantasy/Doina
>Odessa Bulgarish
>A Yiddishe Mame
>Ketsele Baroyges
>Mayn Ruhe Platz
>[Untitled]

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Fotografie is more than just homage to the classics of Klezmer and Yiddish music. Magillah shined up these old world gems and travelled into energetic and fresh territory. Inspired by the Blues, Reggae, Bossa-Nova and 70's sounds, Montreal's finest Jewish musical interpreters will take you on a musical voyage to the old world and back again.

Album Notes

Personnel: Julie Triquet (violin, background vocals); Henri Oppenheim (vocals, accordion, percussion, background vocals); Michelle Heisler (vocals, background vocals); Maxime Saint Pierre (trumpet); Muhammad Abdul Al-Khabyyr (trombone); Mathieu Deschenaux (double bass); Samuel Harrison (drums); Michael Emenau (percussion).

Audio Mixer: Richard Bélanger.

Liner Note Author: Henri Oppenheim.

Recording information: Studio Planet, Montreal, Canada (2012-11-27_2011-11-19&2013-).

Illustrator: Benjamin Vanbremeersch.

Arranger: Henri Oppenheim.



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