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Budowitz

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Origin  Hungary
Members  Joshua Horowitz
Active from  1995
Genres  World, Folk
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Albums  Wedding Without a Bride, Mother Tongue
Record labels  Deutsche Grammophon, Golden Horn Records, Universal Music GMBH, Koch Schwann
Similar  Brave Old World, Di Naye Kapelye, Alicia Svigals, Klezmer Conservatory Band, The Klezmorim

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Budowitz are a klezmer band incorporating 19th century instruments and themes from the folk music of Bessarabia, Galicia and Bukovina, into their music. Its members live in Hungary, Germany and the United States. The band is named after 19th Century accordion maker Karl Budowitz[1], who built the accordion played by Joshua Horowitz in the group.

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They have won a number of awards including BBC's Critics Circle award for best CD and the British Songlines Magazine's "Top of the World" award.

Members who have played at various times

  • Christian Dawid - Clarinet
  • Tamas Gombai - Violin
  • Joshua Horowitz - Cimbalom (Tsimbl) and Accordion
  • Walt Mahovlich - Clarinet
  • Michael Winograd - Clarinet
  • Steven Greenman - Violin
  • Lothar Lasser - Accordion
  • Geza Penzes - Cello and Bass
  • Zsolt Kurtosi - Cello and Bass
  • Cookie Segelstein - Violin and Viola
  • Sandor Toth - 3-stringed Contra Viola
  • Merlin Shepherd - C and Eb clarinets
  • Discography

  • Mother Tongue (1997)
  • Wedding without a Bride (2000)
  • Budowitz Live (2007)
  • Songs

    Fried's SherMother Tongue · 1997
    Schwartz's SîrbaMother Tongue · 1997
    Bolgarskii ZhokMother Tongue · 1997

    References

    Budowitz Wikipedia


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