Audio samples

Our new CD „Musik aus den letzten Shtetln“ contains 15 pieces + 3 more as „hidden tracks“, all of them published by Isaak Loberan in his books on „Jewish Musik“.

You can purchase this CD in the Jewish Museum of Vienna, Dorotheergasse 11 in 1010 Wien.

Please click on „Concerts“ – there you can look at our

„Virtual Spring Concert“ 2021
recorded during the presentation of this CD.

The following audio samples are taken from our first  CD Isaak  – recorded in 2017 at the former granary called the „Schüttkasten“ at Schloss Primmersdorf. The title was chosen in Isaak Loberan’s honour. Recording, mastering and layout of the CD Isaak were contributed by Markus „Eliot“ Henning. All rights reserved by all performers involved.

The CD was very well received by the audience. Some musicians‘ comments are quoted at the end of this page.

Good news!
We still have some copies of our CD. Should you wish to buy a copy you can do so here!

Di libn layt · Potpourri Czernovitz

Di libn layt · Dem Trisker rebn’s khosidl

Di libn layt · Freylik 164 und 156

Di libn layt · Walekh

Di libn layt · Ma Yofus

Gert’s birthday party took place on July 7, 2018, at a location rich in tradition, the Liebhartstaler Bockkeller

Amongst our guests were a number of well known Viennese klezmer musicians. They joined on stage after the official program had ended and performed a „klezmer jam session“ – enthusiastically clapped by the audience!
This is the live-recording of „Nifty’s Freylakh“ (Naftule Brandwein)
featuring Isaak Loberan, Sasha Danilov, Christian Horvath and „di libn layt“.

Di libn layt · Nifty’s Freylakh (live)

The following sample is a live-recording of the Rumanian sheperd dance Zhok taken at our concert „1. Frühlingskonzert in der Roten Kapelle“, 21 March, 2019. The audience was definitely in „spring-mode“ after listening!

Di libn layt Zhok (live) at Schönbrunn

21 August, 2019 Isaak Loberan and „di libn layt“ performed an evening concert at the convention „Internationaler Kristallographen-Kongress“ at Schloss Schönbrunn. Michael was performing elsewhere, Roland Döringer from Heilbronn played e-bass.

We played some pieces of our new CD „Muzik fun leztn shtetl“. Inspired by the fate of the chassidic Rabbi Yekusiel Yehuda Halberstam, the Klausenburger Rebbe, we interpreted the traditional Nigun „di chasidim forn tsum rebn“. As if by a wonder Rabbi Halberstam survived the extermination camps of Auschwitz and Dachau. He lived for two years in the camp for „displaced persons“ in Föhrenwald near Munich rebuilding a chassidic community.

A live-recording at our next rehearsal will be inserted here.

Di libn layt · Di Hasidim forn tsum rebn (live)

This recording features a track from our new CD. Joining us virtually from Kiev are our friends of the Ukrainska Silska Orchestra.

Di libn layt · Ukrainishe Kolomeyke

Some comments about the CD Isaak by other musicians

Mercedes (actress, singer, dancer, moderator and producer) wrote:
„I like this CD, it is played in a lively mood, one can hear your enthusiasm, your music animates to dancing!“

Blesh (double bass veteran, member of the „Storyville Jazzband“, of the „Worried Men Skiffle Group“, co-inventors of Austro Pop, and of „Thiman&Geduldig“) wrote:
„All instruments sound nice, rhythm is well supported by accordeons, recording is perfect, you can hear the room – I like your music!“

David (American conductor, well known for his performances in „Wiener Volksoper“ and „Seefestspiele Mörbisch“) wrote:
„I was enthusiastic to discover your musicianship!“

Sasha (former conductor of the President Orchestra of Moldova, conductor of Wiener Klezmer Orchestra, clarinet virtuoso) wrote:
„I was surprised you could record such a cool CD! Bravo!“

Joachim (singer, harp guitar virtuoso, guitar professional) wrote:
„I like the music very much, as well as the recording quality. The result is a successful product, which will win its fans!“

Eliot (beatbox performer, graffiti artist, founder of hiphop labels, producer, curator) said:
„An outstanding debut feature and a highly efficient recording accomplishment“