- Title Pages
- About the Companion Website
- 1 The Music of the Klezmer Within East Ashkenazic Music
- 2 What’s in a Name? The Word Klezmer and Jewish Professional Musicians
- 3 The Klezmer Ensemble
- 4 The Role of Russia in the Study of Klezmer Music
- 5 The Jewish Wedding and its Musical Repertoire
- 6 East European Jewish Dance
- 7 The Genres and Repertoires of Klezmer Music
- 8 Moralishe Niggunim
- 9 Rhythmic Melody Among the Ashkenazim: Nign and Zmires
- 10 Old European Components in the Core Repertoire
- 11 The Sher
- 12 North and South in Klezmer Music: Northern Redl and Southern Freylekhs
- 13 Skotshne and Freylekhs
- 14 The Khosidl at the Interface of Mystical and Secular Expression
- 15 The Bulgar
- 16 Postlude
- Appendix I Overview of Modal Usage in Klezmer Music
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