Well, actually 1.25 shers. Enjoy!
We were invited to participate in Klezathon - the world's first
24 hour non-stop concert of klezmer music and Yiddish song!
We were proud to be a part of helping to raise $57,000 to aid war-torn Ukrainians
from our appearance at the Merryall Center in Milford, CT
Think of this as an audio with a fun part (the camera moves in rhythm to the dance tune). Here T-Klez plalys plays a jok (Rumanian hora) and freylekhs (fast dance tune) collected by the late, great German Goldenshteyn in May of 2016
scroll down to the phrase "2 AUDIO" which appears right under the under the video
The first tune is a bulgar (dance tune) composed by Yiddish Theater's Joseph Rumshinsky
...a basement tape...
The second is a medley of two versions - both Hasidic - of menukhe v'simkhe ("rest and joy") recorded live at Jalopy in Brooklyn.