Led by Judith Eisner on violin, Eisner's Klezmorim has a big Old World sound of accordion, clarinet,and double bass. Added to this mix is the distinctly Eastern European sound of the Tsimbl, or Cymbolim, a Hungarian hammered dulcimer. Add a Ukrainian / Greek mandolin and the band with two fiddles and it creates a wild acoustic experience of an old world wedding.
Judith gave a presentation to the Minneapolis J.C.C. about learning her grandparent's language, yiddish. She played some lovely klezmer music with Stu Janis on tsimbl and Leo Bjorlie playing double bass. Watch the video here.