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 Re: Advice on playing Klezmer?
Author: Ralph Katz 
Date:   2013-11-07 01:54

Dear Jaysne and Person,

Especially when I can be completely vague, it is always a pleasure to help.

And, from someone who has purposefully avoided at least a half dozen productions of Fiddler (including one directed by my uncle,) I hope you had fun.



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