Freylekh (violin duo)
Composer: traditional Yiddish dance tune, arr. David Gable
Instrumentation: Two Violins
Printout: 2 pages
Note: A freylekh is a spirited dance perfect for Jewish wedding receptions. It is spelled in a variety of ways: freilach, freylach, etc. The name translates approximately to “free laughter” or “laugh freely.” The first violin part can be played on flute or oboe.
Freylekh is also included in the Bargain Bundle Jewish Wedding Favorites for Two Violins, Set 2.