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Intro instrumental music: DEM HELFANDS TANTS, an instrumental track from the CD Jeff Warschauer: The Singing Waltz Air Date: December 27, 2017Saul Noam Zaritt is an assistant professor of Yiddish literature at Harvard University.He received his doctorate in Jewish literature from the Jewish Theological Seminary, and he is the founding editor of In geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies (ingeveb.org).For further info: Botwinik Music web site: Baby web page for "From Holocaust to Life": https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/davidbotwinik Article about the CD (in Yiddish) in the Forverts: The show began with Adam Gruzman's "Israel Report", courtesy of the Forverts Sho on the web at yiddish.We got sad news that Itzhak Luden, who was the long-time editor of Lebns-Fragn, the Yiddish Bundist journal in Israel.Intro instrumental music: DEM HELFANDS TANTS, an instrumental track from the CD Jeff Warschauer: The Singing Waltz Outro music: Drei Dreidele and Happy Chanukah, sung by Cantor Moishe Oysher with chorus and orchestra, from the album The Moishe Oysher Chanukah Party with Abraham Ellstein as musical director Air Date: December 6, 2017Noah Barrera has become a serious activist on the Yiddish scene in New York City, where he has been a writer for Yiddish publications, worked in three Yiddish theaters, taught Yiddish language classes, and given talks in Yiddish.Our interview took place last August at the Yidish-Vokh, the week-long Yiddish retreat held each summer and sponsored by Yugntruf - Youth for Yiddish (https://yugntruf.org).The interview was jointly conducted by Mark David and Sholem Beinfeld.We interviewed Eitan at Sholem's home in Cambridge, MA, in Oct 2017.
She is currently finishing a book entitled Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets, which will be published with Oxford University Press.
Hanukkah Music: Bruchas (Hanukkah blessing #1) by Ben Gailing, from Oy Chanukah (by The Klezmer Conservatory Band) Blessing of the Candles (Brochot) (Hanukkah blessing #2) by Moishe Oysher, from "The Moishe Oysher Chanukah Party" Shehechiyonu by David Kusevitsky, from "50 min with David Kusevitsky" Mo-oz Tsur by Eli Lipsker's Children's Choir and Orchestra, solo by Avremel Friedman, from "Sing Original Chassidic Melodies" Haneiros Hallolu (We Kindle These Candles) by Seymour Silbermintz & The Boys, from "Sing With Seymour" Borukh Ate Zingt der Tate by Judith Clurman (conductor) with Essential Voices USA, from "Cherished Moments: Songs of the Jewish Spirit" Ikh Bin a Kleyner Dreydl by Lori Cahan-Simon, words and music by Mikhl Gelbart, from "Chanukah is Freylekh! Songs My Bubbe Should Have Taught Me: Volume Two" Kh'bin a Dreydl by Pripetshik Singers with Binyumin Schaechter as music director, words and music by Beyle Schaechter Gottesman, from "Fli, Mayn Flishlang" Chanuke O Chanuke by Martha Schlamme, words and music by Mordkhe Rivesman, from "Sings Jewish Folk Songs" Akht Likhtlekh by Pripetshik Singers, with with Binyumin Schaechter as music director, words and music by Beyle Schaechter Gottesman, from "Fli, Mayn Flishlang" "O, Ir Kleine Lichtelech" by Sidor Belarsky with Vladimir Heifetz as music director, words by Morris Rosenfeld, from "Chanukah Festival of Songs" Air Date: December 13, 2017Luzer Twersky grew up speaking Yiddish in a Chassidic home in Boro Park but left that life behind as a young adult, cutting practically all ties with his family and community.
He now works as an actor in film, television, and theater, performing both in Yiddish- and English-speaking roles.
" (Yiddish title: "Vakh Oyf Un Zing"), written by Clifford Odets and translated into Yiddish by Chaver Paver.
The play is being presented by the New Yiddish Rep theater company at New York's 14th Street Y in Union Square, with performances Wednesday through Sunday until Dec 24.