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Rumenye, Rumenye! (2005)

Rumenye, Rumenye! (2005)

58 min. - Documentary - AG - 25.02.2006

Synopsis: Kletzmer music originates in Central and Eastern Europe and has become a symbol of Jewish culture. Kletzmer used to be a functional music, always played at weddings and others Jewish ceremonies. Today, this music link European and Jewish culture and stands for the post-Holocaust revival of the latter. Kletzmer music is like a bridge connecting the sufferings of the past with the hope for conciliation and understanding in the future. American ethnologist Yale Storm is world famous for his research of Kletzmer music. He gives an acount on the revival of Kletzmer from a double perspective: as a historian and as a musician. No other country had a stronger impact on Kletzmer music than Romania. " Doina-Jewish Blues" celebrates the connection between Jewish and Romanian music. The film features Elisabeth Schwartz, the famous Yiddish singer whose ascendants were born in Romania.

Director: Radu Gabrea

Writer: Radu Gabrea

Stars: Elisabeth Schwartz


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Festivals, Awards

  1. 2006 - UCIN - Best Documentary

Trivia

  • Selected at Astra Film Festival 2006.

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