Der Gasn Nigun · 03:43

Der Gasn Nigun

Peter Wiegold says of this piece: ‘It starts with a grungy version of the tune, bends more and more into an extended solo, which then becomes ‘wounded’ before ending up distorted and wild. Will talked about the music Kafka would have heard in his Eastern European Jewish upbringing, and mentioned Klesmer music, which has always been a particular fascination of mine.’

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