Klezmer

Klezmer

Tales of the Wild East

Book - 2006
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"Klezmer" tells a wild tale of love, friendship, survival, and the joy of making music in pre-World War II Eastern Europe. The Baron of My Backside is perfectly content as the leader of a traveling klezmer band, until his bandmates are brutally murdered. He sets out for Odessa alone, inconsolable even after he is joined by Chava, a beautiful girl with a voice like an angel. Meanwhile, Yaacov is expelled from his yeshiva for stealing; he too makes his way to Odessa along with Vincenzo, a violinist, and Tshokola, a gypsy entertainer. When these five misfits finally come together, they must set aside their differences and learn to work together (and rock a crowd) through their music. Tragic, humorous, violent, and tender, "Klezmer's" rich watercolor art and simple but moving story-telling draws you into the lives of these fascinating characters.
Publisher: First Second,� 2006
ISBN: 9781596431980
Branch Call Number: YF SFAR
Characteristics: 1 v. (various pagings) : chiefly ill. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Siegel, Alexis
Alternative Title: Tales from the wild East

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