1-1 of 1 results  for:

  • Improvisation x
  • Peoples and Music Cultures x
Clear all

Article

Shlomo Hofman

A master of ceremonies at Jewish weddings or social festivities. Bad ḥanim often improvised poems and composed and performed their own songs. In eastern Europe they were also known as marshaliks or leyzim (sing. leyz) and performed at the almost obligatory traditional Purim celebrations, singing, dancing and acting in ...