ENCHANTED:A new Generation of Yiddishsong
A New CD by Adrienne Cooper
The League for Yiddish is pleased to announce that this wonderful new CD is now available. This new release of Adrienne Cooper promises to be the Yiddish music gem of the year. It is a bold foray into the unexplored, with sound collages, beautifully rendered ballads and delicately set folk songs on a colorful palette of styles and arrangements. Cooper is joined by the powerful forces of Marilyn Lerner, Frank London, Mike Winograd and others. This CD is destined to be an instant classic, not only for Yiddish music, but for world music in general. Enchanted features 13 songs and is accompanied by a booklet with the lyrics in transliteration and in English translation.
Peace in the Streets / Sholem-lid
In the Darkness / In der finster
Bear from the Forest / Ber fun vald
My Unrest / Umru mayne
The Helper / Bahelferl
The Ballad of How the Jews Got to Europe
A Song Book / A liderbukh
Cups of Wine / Di bekhers mit vayn
Glückl’s Ballad of Mother Love
Autumn Song / Harbstlid
A Good Week / A gute vokh
Simply put – the music is beautiful, deep, and compelling. I have had a sound I had been searching for for many years in my head & heart, longing to hear expressed and concretely manifested in the world – this creation by you and your musicians fulfills that longing, and then some.
– Lloyd Wolf
ORDER YOUR COPY NOW!
Cost: $16 plus postage (U.S. – $5; Canada – $6; Foreign/overseas $5). $2 for each additional CD.
Add 8.65% sales tax for NY State residents.
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League for Yiddish, Inc., 64 Fulton St., Suite 1101, New York, NY 10038.
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Adrienne Cooper is internationally recognized as one of this generation’s stellar performers and teachers of Yiddish vocal music. She has worked at the heart of the klezmer revival scene, defining a wholly original interpretation of Yiddish song. She has performed and recorded with The Klezmatics, Frank London’s Klezmer Brass AllStars, Zalmen Mlotek, The Three Yiddish Divas, Marilyn Lerner, Michael Winograd, Alicia Svigals and Mikveh, Joyce Rosenzweig and many more. Cooper’s inspired innovations in music and culture production have been recognized by awards, grants and commissions from The Jewish Museum, United Synagogue, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National and NY State Endowments on the Arts and the National Foundation for Jewish Culture.