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 Re: Advice on playing Klezmer?
Author: Tom Puwalski 
Date:   2016-09-26 06:27

John Moses, the clarinetist who played the original broadway production, went and studied with Dave Tarras. I would listen to a bunch of Dave Tarras recordings and the cast recording, though I don't believe the wedding dance sequence is on that. Play the wedding dance until you're not looking at the music, don't do anything that you "think" is klezmery and really play the ink. It worked for Perlman in "From the Fidler's house."

Tom Puwalski, author of The Clarinetist's Guide to Klezmer and the play a long "Klezmer Boot Camp"

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