- Zev Feldman and Andy Statman – “A Galitsianer Tantsel”
- Odessa Klezmer Orkesta – “Fun Tashklikh”
- The Cracow Klezmer Band – “Klezmer Rhapsody”
- David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness! – Klezmer a la Bechet
- New Klezmer Quintet – Louie Louie Klezmer
Wikipedia: “Klezmer (from Yiddish כּלי־זמיר) is a musical tradition of the Ashkenazic Jews of Eastern Europe. Played by professional musicians called klezmorim, the genre consists largely of dance tunes and instrumental display pieces for weddings and other celebrations. Although the genre has its origins in Eastern Europe, the particular form now known as klezmer developed in the United States in the milieu of Yiddish-speaking Jewish immigrants who arrived between 1880 and 1924.
- KlezmerShack – the online home of ‘world music from a Jewish slant’.
- KLEZMANIA – Klezmer, Yiddish folk music in Australia.
- The Essential Klezmer: A Music Lover’s Guide to Jewish Roots and Soul Music, from the Old World to the Jazz Age to the Downtown Avant-Garde by Seth Rogovoy – Powells.com
- Rough Guide to Klezmer – Amazon.com
- Klezmer America: Jewishness, Ethnicity, Modernity by Jonathan Freedman – Powells.com
- Dancing in the Aisles, The Klezmer Conservatory Band – Amazon.com
- Klezmer: Tales from the Wild East by Joann Sfar – Powells.com
- King of the Klezmer Clarinet – Amazon.com