"Klezmer" has a delightful, elegant exterior that anyone who likes music would enjoy. The music theme is immediately noticed in both the stand and one side of "Klezmer". Joanne's own art graces the exterior on one side with a keyboard, violin, trumpet clarinet and notes of music. Yes, she is an artist that paints, makes kaleidoscopes, and loves music. She copies her painting and laminates the work, then puts it behind clear glass to delight our eyes. "Klezmer", as defined by Google, says, "Klezmer" is an instrumental musical tradition of the Ashkenazi Jews of Central and Eastern Europe. It is ever evolving, building on traditional dance tunes, ritual melodies and folk songs of the various countries where Jews were tolerated over the centuries."
The inside is just as lovely and stunning with glittery stars and beads that create vibrant colors in the image. See the video below. The oil-filled vial that is the object cell turns to show bright, vibrant colors inside this great kaleidoscope! Those images, too, are ever evolving, just as "Klezmer" music!
The dimentions of "Klezmer" is:
8" long, and the body is 2 1/2" tall.
The Glass Tube is 4" long with a 1 1/8" diameter.
The base for this piece stands about 2" tall, 2" wide and, 5 1/4" long.