The Jewish folk music vernacular of Klezmer is best known for it's wildly exuberant dances, but the genre also has a quiet, deeply emotional side equivalent to the melancholy airs of Celtic music. This compilation of slow pieces from the 1st four Kol Simcha albums brings these moving melodies together in a gorgeous interplay of clarinet, piano, bass, percussion and the strings of the Sinfonietta de Lausanne. Highlights include "Hakotel," "Jerusalem," "Why" and more.
5) Shir Hamaalot
9) Lullaby for Clarinet Piano and Strings
11) Al Kapav Yavi