|Klezmer (klez'mer) n. 1 pl. klez'mor im'
(-mo reem') a) [Historical] an itinerant musician who performed at Jewish
weddings and holiday celebrations in Eastern Europe b) a musician who
performs instrumental Jewish folk music derived from Eastern European folk
songs, Hebrew melodies, etc. 2 this instrumental folk music
Klezmer (from Webster's NewWorld Dictionary) Klezmer in Yiddish is kley for instrument and zemer for song; etymologically from Hebrew k'li zemer, a "musical instrument."
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