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Randy Stein

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  • Birthday 04/15/1953

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    My Family, Live Music, Reading, Talmudic Studies, Cooking, Golf. Art, Theater. ect
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    Washington, DC

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  1. Ein Lanu Z'man is my 10 piece Jewish Folk Music Group. Through the years there have been different members and musical configurations. This tune, Jerusalem of Gold (Yerushalayim Shel Zahav) is a traditional folk tune by Naomi Shemer. Special guest is 11 year old Dassi Deinstfrey on the viola. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TECGwCIkM3Q&fbclid=IwAR0bxckLsVRAUVoSFmQKR53j1BmEZ65_yj4YRbGu3u2pk-KAjm1akUr1o5Y
  2. Despite popular demand here is another tune from Jim Besser and me as 2ManyButtons duo. Again I apologize for the missed appropriated notes. Just too many buttons. Xotes Romanes is part half gypsy, half klezmer, half dance tune. Jim is playing his C/G Lachenal/Dipper 30 button Anglo. This is from a rehearsal last Sunday. https://soundcloud.com/concertinist/xotes-romanes-2manybuttons
  3. Jim Besser and I have been playing together now for close to a decade finding ways to blend his amazing talent on the Anglo with me on the EC. We recently regrouped back into playing as a duo with our new endeavor, 2ManyButtons. Jim is playing a Morse ESB baritone C/G Anglo. I am playing a 1937 Wheatstone 4 octave. This is from a recent rehearsal and I excuse any misdirected notes....to many fingers on too many buttons. https://soundcloud.com/concertinist/nadiejda-2manybuttons
  4. Check out my bands new website: www.dcambiance.com
  5. Randy Stein

    Padam Padam

    Here is my performance of Edith Piaf's Padam Padam*. Performed at the Saturday evening concert at this years Northeast Squeeze-in. *Padam, padam..." is a song originally released in 1951 by Édith Piaf. It was written for her by Henri Contet (lyrics) and Norbert Glanzberg (music)
  6. Randy Stein

    NESI 2018 at Chimney Corners

    Thought I'd post a photo of the weekend. Great time
  7. Randy Stein

    Pubs in Ireland

    Thank you Don. That is quite helpful. r
  8. Randy Stein

    Pubs in Ireland

    Thanks for input. I'll check elsewhere
  9. Randy Stein

    Pubs in Ireland

    Looking for pubs with good music and beer in Cork and/or Killarney
  10. Randy Stein

    Top octave on English

    Work on arpeggios. Major, minor, and augmented to start. This will help with fingering and you'll get used to using 3rds and 5ths in the root triade. Once you develop a little muscle memory, add another set of arpeggios adding the 7th to the triade. I.e. C- E-G-Bb If you get real agressive try diminished thirds.
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    Dc Ambiance Performing Sweet Sue

    DC Ambiance Performing Live at FSGW Music Festival Feb 3, 2018 "Sweet Sue, Just You" Song Published 1928 composed by Victor Young. Performed by the Gypsy Jazz Group, DC Ambiance: Guitars: Buco Cavar & Bill Parmentier Clarinet: Suzanne Gekker Bass: Cyndy Elliott English Concertina: Randy Stein https://soundcloud.com/user827948939/sweet-sue-just-you
  12. I am part of a new five piece band, DC Ambiance. We play gypsy jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt. Here is a recent recording from a rehearsal. The piece is Jardin D'Hiver https://soundcloud.com/user827948939/jardin-dhiver-1 We will have our first gig at Haydee's Restaurant in DC on Jan 5th. Come if you're in the area.