Tuesday, August 14, 2007


I post this as a plea to help me avoid losing my sanity.

We're supplying the music for our wedding ceremony. We already know what we want for the processional, etc. I want to play a damn klezmer song as the recessional. Suggestions? Names of artists or CDs? Any help appreciated it. Thank you. =)

*retreats into wedding planning mode*


Gillian Polack said...

In the Fiddler's House has a selection of music by different bands and is the easiest way to find a band you like the sound of. Here's a link to samplers: http://www.amazon.com/Fiddlers-House-Itzhak-Perlman/dp/B000002SLV/ref=pd_bxgy_m_text_b/102-7294329-8500942

I'm happy to suggest specific artists if the sampler doesn't do the trick, though I know Australian (Klezmania and Klezmeritis - my heroes :) ) better than recent American. Just leave a note on my blog if you need.

(You don't know me at all - I'm one of those stray people who rad your blog.)

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

There's a guy in Cleveland named Steven Greenman. The Tour Manager's got his contact info, so if you can't find him via Google, drop me an e-mail and I'll hook you up.

He should be able to provide ALL for you.

Hang in there!!!!

Karen said...

OK, not typical wedding material, but I thought this was hilarious:

Jennifer Grey sings "Duvid Crockett"