Apr. 22, 2014 Isaac Sadigursky

Sadigursky Picture

It does this by increasing the level of a hormone called serotonin, which is found in many parts of the body. If the drug is approved, it would be the first in the world to specifically kill off cancerous cells while leaving other cells in tracelessly sildenafil zentiva kaufen ohne rezept the body alone. These medications include anastrozole, tamoxifen, clomiphene citrate and megestrol acetate.

Take this medicine at least 12 hours before the last dose of prednisone. I started Kenscoff furosemid 40 mg rezeptfrei kaufen taking effexor for depression in april 2013, and i have been doing fine. In case the patient suffers from depression it is essential to consult a medical practitioner for the first step.


We are excited to include in our Spring Series a special program on  Bessarabian* klezmer featuring clarinetist/accordionist Isaac Sadigursky. Born in Belts, Moldova, the Los Angeles-based clarinetist/accordionist Isaac Sadigursky is a major exponent of the Bessarabian klezmer tradition and its rich Ottoman/Balkan-influenced repertoire.

*Bessarabia, a historic region between the Prut and Dniester Rivers, named after the Basarab ruling dynasty is geographically equivalent to today’s Republic of Moldova, inclusive of the contested Transnistrian Republic.  The region has been a fascinating cultural crossroads for centuries, fought over by the Ottoman and Romanov empires, then Romanian and later Soviet until the fall of the USSR. The region’s largest city is Chisinau (Yiddish: Kishinev).

Here’s a link to a video featuring Sadigursky with his LA group:


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.