An incredible tribute to Yossi Piamenta Z"L.
I've been thinking about why this resonates so much, and I think that it's because it works on multiple levels....As an homage to Yossi's style... as a creative song in its own right... with an inspired arrangement with multiple modulations... and because, unlike much of the contemporary Jewish music, it not only requires "chops" to play, but also has soul, which to much of the contemporary material lacks. It's hard to ID it, but like indecency, you know it when you see/hear it. Oh, and of course, klezmer clarinet! Check it out!