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Channukah - Festival of Lights

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Album Review

Channukah: Festival of Lights is a collaboration between the Ot Azoj Klezmerband and Allan Merovitz on several seasonal classics. The group is fantastically talented, bringing a passion and life to these songs that really makes the music come alive. From the haunting traditional pieces at the beginning of the album to the lively dancing songs towards the end, this is an engaging collection of Jewish music. Listeners looking for a good album to celebrate the holiday to need look no further, as this is a really good album.

Customer Reviews

Great, Lively music

Perfect for a fun and joyful Channukah Celebration. It lights up the event!


I listen on chanukah and year round! My kids live it and makes u wanna move around


Formed: 1994 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ot Azoj Klezmerband is a skilled group that formed in Amsterdam in 1994 and have performed and recorded klezmer music since. The band has released albums on the Oreade Music label including the Heart of Klezmer in 1999, and a live album in 2001. Members of Ot Azoj as of the latter releases are violinist Joris van Beek, saxophonist Karin Kranenborg, clarinetist Tjalling Smittenberg, accordion...
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