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1932 PURIM IN TEL AVIV
ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY Tel Aviv Carnaval 1930 “AD DELO YADA ” Heb.קרנבל בתל אביב 1930
עדלאידע בתל אביב 1932.PURIM IN TEL AVIV
TEL AVIV 1934 תל-אביב
Tel Aviv – Land of promise 1934-5* הפרק על תל-אביב מתוך הסרט “לחיים חדשים” מציג את החיים בעיר העברית הראשונה במלאת לה 25 שנה. הסרט הופק על ידי קרן היסוד ומנהלה: ליאו הרמן באמצעות חברת “אורים” שהיו שותפים בה אנשי ההנהלה של קרן היסוד. הסרט המקורי נמצא בארכיון שפילברג והפקתי לו גירסה חדשה עם כתוביות בעברית, במלאת 75 שנה להפקת הסרט. כל הזכויות שייכות לארכיון שפילברג, ואפשר לראות את הסרט המלא ביוטיוב תחת שם הסרט: LAND OF PROMISE
Tel Aviv 1930
Tel Aviv History: Urban Planning 1920s
In a mini-series about the various aspects of Tel Aviv’s history, Leadel.NET brings you these enlightening shorts about this international city.
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Mainstay of the Home
Louise Hager, who developed a close relationship with the Rebbe’s wife, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, recalls speaking about her for the first time in public, and relates some important lessons the Rebbetzin taught her.
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The Andrew Sisters – Bei Mir Bist Du Shein
This comical video presentation by Spadecaller accompaines the Yiddush song originally composed by lyricist Jacob Jacobs and Sholom Secunda in 1932. In 1937, Sammy Cahn heard a performance of the song, sung in Yiddish by African American performers Johnnie and George at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, and on seeing the response, got his employer to buy the rights so he (together with Saul Chaplin) could rewrite the song with English language lyrics. He then convinced The Andrews Sisters to perform the song (recorded November 24, 1937), and it became a major hit.
Kinderjohren yiddish song from Cracow
Performed by the norwegian-jewish singer and actress Bente Kahan. She was brought up in Yiddish tradition.
The song is written by the late poet Mordechaj Gebirtig, who was killed by the nazis in Cracow ghetto, 1942.
About he poets childhood and youth in his little town Kazimierz (the jewish district of Krakow).
More information about the song and the poet is in the video.
Please rate and hounor the great yiddish poet Mordechaj Gebirtig.
Pictures are of children victims and survivors of the holocaust and also pictures of the town!
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Few People Know About Austrian Composer’s Hebrew Psalms
Jewish Daily Forward
As Joshua R. Jacobson, an authority on Jewish choral music noted, Schubert was, in fact, the “only great composer before the twentieth century to …
Joshua R. Jacobson
Maureen Diane Lipman, CBE (born 10 May 1946) is a British film, theatre and television actress, columnist and comedienne.
Lipman was born in Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, the daughter of Maurice Julius Lipman and Zelma Pearlman. Her father was a tailor; he used to have a shop between the Ferens Art Gallery and Monument Bridge. She attended Newland School for Girls in Hull, and became interested in performing as a youth; Lipman performed in school shows, attended an early Beatles concert, and watched Elizabeth Taylor’s Butterfield 8 15 times. Her first performances at home included impersonations of Alma Cogan- ‘ a nice Jewish girl, she was big in our house’  and she was encouraged into an acting career by her mother, who used to take her to the pantomime and push her onto the stage. Lipman trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Photo by YouTube
Rklayn at the yiddish school
The Aheym project is a collection of Yiddish oral history interviews of Jewish World War II survivors from Ukraine, Romania, Hungary, Moldova and Slovakia. We incorporate the youtube videos in our website, found under http://www.aheym.org.
Prayers with an Italian flavor in Jerusalem
An early 18th century Rococo synagogue last used in Italy in World War I, it was reconstructed in Israel in 1952 and has since formed the heart of Jerusalem’s Italian-Jewish community, according to Gilad Levian, director of the U. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art in which this architectural gem is housed.
The synagogue was originally built in Conegliano Veneto, a village located between Padua and Venice, where Jews lived from the 16th century. They prayed in the synagogue in front of a beautiful Holy Ark with fine golden carved wooden decorations.
Watch Ariel University architecture Prof. David Cassuto, whose family came from Italy, describe the rich history of Conegliano Veneto Synagogue and its new life in Israel.
Music by Tres Tristes Tangos – Planta Baja
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Algemeiner ‘Jewish 100’ Gala, 2015: Honoring Yuli Edelstein, Joan Rivers and Donald Trump (PROMO)
Algemeiner ‘Jewish 100’ Gala: Harvey Weinstein presents Elie Wiesel with Warrior for Truth Award
The Algemeiner unveiled its first annual ‘JEWISH 100’ list celebrating the “top 100 people positively influencing Jewish life” at its 40th anniversary gala April 23rd in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
The star-studded event, which was hosted by Fox News’s Heather Nauert, featured Elie Wiesel, The Journal’s Advisory Board Chairman, as the keynote speaker. Other attendees included film producer Harvey Weinstein, Yuri Foreman, Ronald Lauder, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Alan Dershowitz, William Kristol and many notable political figures and Jewish leaders.
The festive evening commenced with the singing of the Star Spangled Banner by none other than Tony Orlando. Mr. Orlando noted that he had never sung the anthem at an official event before. “I’ve turned down Tommy Lasorda and the Dodgers but I couldn’t turn down The Algemeiner,” the veteran crooner said, before launching into a rousing rendition of the national anthem.
Other speakers during the night were Ron Prosor, Israel’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Izzy Ezagui, a ‘JEWISH 100’ honoree who was the first Israeli soldier to return to active service after losing an arm in battle, Mr. Weinstein, who presented Mr. Wiesel with The Algemeiner ‘Warrior for Truth’ Award, and philanthropists Neil and Sharon Book, who were the evening’s honorees. The event was chaired by the honorees’ proud parents Bob and Amy Book.
“The evening was electric” said Algemeiner Editor-in-Chief Dovid Efune, “the diversity of the guests in attendance was a strong reflection of the breadth of our growing readership.”
“I was deeply moved by the confluence of notable and powerful storytellers coming together at our Algemeiner 40th Gala — Harvey Weinstein, Elie Wiesel and the Algemeiner — all courageous voices dedicated to helping people look at the world in a new way,” said Algemeiner publisher Simon Jacobson.
Representing a varied cross spectrum of Jewish life, politicians and rabbis mixed with artists and athletes, in what was an occasion to both celebrate and be celebrated. Among the guests in attendance were many of the ‘JEWISH 100’ awardees themselves, including Czech Ambassador to the United States Petr Gandalovič who represented Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas, Malcolm Hoenlein, Abraham Foxman, Arthur Schneier and American Jewish World Service CEO, Ruth Messinger.
The ‘JEWISH 100’ acceptance toast was delivered by Israel’s Consul General in New York Ido Aharoni.
Founded in 1972 as a Yiddish broadsheet by veteran journalist Gershon Jacobson, The Algemeiner today publishes a weekly newspaper in English and runs an ever popular website.
Elie Wiesel: Buchenwald Obama
Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Wiesel describes his visit to the German death camp of Buchenwald with President Obama, comments on the President’s speech in Cairo, and discusses his latest novel, “A Mad Desire To Dance.” A Shalom TV exclusive.
Biography of Elie Wiesel
A brief summary of Elie Wiesel’s life
Second Annual Gershon Jacobson Lecture: Dr. Elie Wiesel
Shula Swerdlov Shloshim – Chava Tombosky Opens Evening
Samson Kemelmakher – SHTETELE BELTZ – Yiddish Song
“Vu iz dus gesele?” (Where is the little street?) yiddish song JAN PEERCE, vocal
The king of Yiddish Music: Leo Fuld – Where can I go? (Wo Ahin soll Ich Geh’n?)
The king of Yiddish Music: Leo Fuld – My Yiddishe Mama (Oriental Style)
Yossele Rosenblatt Live – My Yiddishe Mama
Felix Livshitz Mamele jewish yiddish song
Jewish Crossroads – portrayal of Rabbi Yehuda Amital, Survivor and Rosh Yeshiva
Excerpt from a Yom Ha’atzma’ut Program held in May, 2014 at Suburban Orthodox Congregation, Cong. Toras Chaim, Baltimore, MD. Shlomo Horwitz of Jewish Crossroads plays the role of Rabbi Yehuda Amital,(1924-2010), a Holocaust survivor and IDF veteran who became the founding Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Har Etzion. The material is based upon direct excerpts from Rav Amital’s autobiography. Other characters not shown in this excerpt include Rav Yissachar Teichtal (d. 1945), Rav Isaac Halevy Herzog (d. 1959) and Dr. Moshe Amital (b. 1924).
This film was edited by Chaim Kalish of Build A Film Studios (email@example.com).
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Emanuel Schlechter (pseudonyms Eman, Olgierd Lech) (Emanuel Szlechter) (26 March 1906 – 1943) was born and died in Lwów. He was a Polish-Jewish artist, lyricist, screenwriter, librettist, writer, satirist, translator, composer and director.
His father was an owner of restaurant in Lwów. The family name of his mother was Brecher. When Szlechter was 14 years old, he joined to Małopolskie Oddziały Armii Ochotniczej (Lesser Poland’s Volunteer Army) and during summer 1920 he participated in defense of Lwów.
After passing his matura exam around 1923 he studied law at the Jan Kazimierz University in Lwów and worked briefly in a law firm. His earliest lyrics were written for Leon Borunski’s songs, staged at the Morskie Oko theater’s Parada gwiazd show in 1930, performed and recorded by Syrena Rekord star Kazimierz Krukowski.
Isaac Bashevis Singer’s Yiddish Speech in Stockholm 1978
יצחק באַשעוויס־זינגער’ס רעדע אויפן באַנקעט אין שטאׇקהאׇלם ערב זיין באַקומען דעם נאׇבעל־פּרייז פאַר ליטעראַטור אין דעצעמבער 1978 מיט א קורצן אַריינפיר־וואׇרט פון אפרים שעדלעצקי, טראַנסמיטירט אויף “קול ישראל” אויף יידיש מוצאי פּורים, תשל”ט לפ”ק
Aaron Lebedeff A Chazindel In America
Aaron Lebedeff (1873–1960)
In the years when the Yiddish theatre flourished in the United Stales one of the most cheerful and original personalities in Yiddish musical comedy was Aaron Lebedeff, Gifted with a lyric voice, an engaging stage presence, a unique zest for improvisation, clowning and dancing, he undoubtedly had the longest career as a juvenile song-and-dance man in the history of the New York theatre, Yiddish or English. In 1936, Variety cited him, at the age of sixty-two, as “the world’s oldest juvenile”; in 1955, at eighty-two, he was still appearing in musicals in what then remained of the Yiddish theatre.
The ever-young Aaron Lebedeff was born in Homel, White Russia in 1873. As a boy he sang in the local choir, but since he showed no interest in study, his parents, who kept a clothing shop, early apprenticed him to learn a trade. The boy ran away from home to join a Russian theatre troupe touring Bohroisk. Minsk and other cities. After hard times disbanded the group, he returned to Homel, where he opened a dancing school and dabbled in amateur Yiddish theatricals. When one of the early professional Yiddish troupes, headed by Lazar Bernstein, passed through the town, Lebedeff begged for a job with the company and promptly got one – combination chorus boy, porter, wardrobe assistant and prompter. It was not long before he became a character actor, making his debut as the Pipkincr Rav in Shomer’s Baal Tshuva. Then he moved over to operetta, which gave wider scope to his varied talents.
After many years on the road with travelling shows, he finally became a star in Warsaw in 1912-13, where he was known as Der Litvisher Komiker. This was the start of a lifetime career in the theatre, interrupted only by a brief period of military service in Kerensky’s Revolutionary Army in Harbin, Manchuria. Eventually he gathered all his savings together to buy his way out of the army, and began a long trek to the United Stales by way of Siberia. Manchuria, China and Japan. All in all, he spent a year barnstorming in the Orient and in that time managed to master one dialect of Chinese.
Whcn he finally arrived in New York in 1920. he scored an immediate personal success at Boris Thomashcfsky’s storied National Theatre in a play called Liovka Molodez. Thus began sixteen years on Second Avenue, during which he played a full season each year, never missing even a week. Ever gay, in his straw hat and faultlessly tailored clothes, he seemed to many the Maurice Chevalier of the Yiddish stage. He became famous for roles like The Rumanian Litvak, and though after awhile his vehicles assumed a typed character, the audiences loved him. The New York Times in a review in October 1932 commented that he delighted the public in roles in which he was invariably “an ingratiating provincial who is always the victim of misfortune in the first act, only to shine forth resplendent with simoleons and a slick sennet in the closing act.”
At sixty-one, when he was stilt playing romantic leads (albeit wearing a hat to hide a receding hair fine), he divulged to a reporter for the New York American his formula for perpetual youth: “Dress well, eat and drink what you like, and remain constantly in love.” Though he was surrounded by adoring females wherever he went, he remained happily married to the actress Vera Lebedeff (Rebecca Shehtman).
Even the rise of talking pictures and the decline of the Yiddish stage dimmed his luster only slightly, for he went on to star m Yiddish vaudeville at the National and Clinton Theatres, where Yiddish talkies and eight live acts shared the bill. To list all the ephemeral Yiddish plays in which he appeared is almost impossible. Among his notable musicals were My Malkele (1937) and Bublitchki (1938) in which he co-starred with Molly Picon, Yankele Litvak, Yoshke Chvat, Motke from Slobodke, Money Talks, (with Michael Michaclesko, 1952), The Magic Melody (1953) and My Weekend Bride (1955). In 1953 he was one of the famous Yiddish stars honored at a special anniversary performance for Israel Bonds at the National Theatre (and the only one, true to his usual form, who was called back for several encores).
It is interesting to note that Lebedeff wrote many of his Yiddish and English lyrics himself. Most of the lines virtually defy translation, for they are highly idiomatic, with a humor that is difficult to render into English. Ail the songs breathe nostalgia and are magically evocative of the Russian-Rumanian milieu and the immigrant world in New York. The allusions to food and drink are legion; the homesickness is for the village life of the vanished prewar world. For sheer exuberance and uninhibited merry-making, few performers can match Aaron Lebedeff at his best.
Kapelye: Ot Azey Neyt a Shnayder
Kapelye – Ken Maltz (clarinet), Pete Sokolow (piano and vocals), Eric Berman (bass and tuba) – with Larry Eagle (drums) – performing a classic of the Yiddish theater at Eisenhower Park on Long Island, 29 August 2010.
The Association For Society and Culture – Yemenite Jewish Tradition
The Rabbi’s Cat Official US Release Trailer #1 (2011) – Animated Movie HD
Safed, Israel’s mystical holy city
Take a walk with us through the ancient cobblestoned city that is infused with art, music and spirituality.
Licensed tour guide Adam Budenstein calls Safed (Tzfat) a “beautiful, mystical, magical place. Every stone has a different story to it.”
Surrounded by the mountains and forests of the green Upper Galilee, Safed is world-famous for its winding alleyways and old majestic synagogues, its Artists Quarter and its musicians, its history of kabbalah and spirituality.
“But we’re not disconnected from the rest of the world at all,” says Budenstein. “This is a place where people actually come to connect and I would invite you to come and connect yourselves.”
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Концерт духовных песнопений о Иерусалиме в рамках выездного мероприятия проекта “Эшколот” “Иерусалим под Москвой: сакральное пространство на новом месте” (13.06.14).
Тексты песен и другие материалы события: http://files.eshkolot.ru/13.06.14.pdf
Marc Chagallʼs Illustrations of the Bible Exhibited at the Tarble Arts Center,,,
Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
He was born in Vitebsk, Belarus, into a traditional Hasidic Jewish culture. As a Jewish artist, Chagall broke new ground by illustrating the Hebrew …
A collection of Marc Chagall’s art to the music of Pachelbel’s Canon
Interview de Marc Chagall à Saint-Paul de Vence en 1967
Marc Chagall ouvre les portes de “La Colline”, sa maison saint-pauloise, à l’occasion de l’anniversaire de ses 80 ans. Vidéo extraite du site de l’I.N.A.
Marc Zakharovich Chagall (/ʃəˈɡɑːl/ shə-gahl;[nb 1] 6 July [O.S. 24 June] 1887 – 28 March 1985) was a Russian-French artist.:21 Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as “the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century” (though Chagall saw his work as “not the dream of one people but of all humanity”). An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic medium, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints.
According to art historian Michael J. Lewis, Chagall was considered to be “the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists”. For decades, he “had also been respected as the world’s preeminent Jewish artist”. Using the medium of stained glass, he produced windows for the cathedrals of Reims and Metz, windows for the UN, and the Jerusalem Windows in Israel. He also did large-scale paintings, including part of the ceiling of the Paris Opéra. From Wikipedia Photo by Wikipedia
Bess Myerson (July 16, 1924 – December 14, 2014) was an American model, television actress, politician, and civil rights activist who was crowned Miss America in 1945.
At the time of her death, Myerson was the only Jewish Miss America. Myerson won the Miss America beauty pageant at a time when World War II had just ended. Myerson’s winning the title of Miss America took on heightened significance in light of newly emerging information about the Holocaust. In her obituary from The New York Times, it was noted that she was seen as “a hero to the Jewish community.” Myerson biographer Susan Dworkin said that “In the Jewish community, she was the most famous pretty girl sinceQueen Esther.” From Wikipedia Photo by Wikipedia
Miss America 1945, Bess Myerson Dies At The Age Of 90
CBS2’s Dana Tyler has a look at Myerson’s history-making and scandal plagued life.
Minnie (c. 1923 – October 31, 1976) and Clara Bagelman (October 17, 1920 – November 22, 2014), best known under the stage names Merna and Claire Barry, were popular American Klezmer and jazz entertainers from the 1940s to the early 1970s.
Minnie and Clara were born in the Bronx, New York to Ashkenazi Jewish parents, Herman and Ester, from Russia and Austria, respectively, and two younger sisters, Celia and Julia. When Minnie and Clara decided to entertain by singing in Yiddish, as The Bagelman Sisters, their father told them they would need to do it in the manner of the Old World and not with American accents.Photo by Wikipedia
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Five best Jewish moments in movies of 2014
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(“World War Z”) and a nice Jewish doctor played by Natalie Portman slapped her Space Goy boyfriend and said “you …. (courtsey Music Box Films).
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Shir Appeal is Tufts University’s ONLY Co-ed, Jewish A Cappella group! We sing a variety of Jewish music: Hebrew Pop, Israeli Rock, Traditional/ Liturgical melodies, and even English songs with Jewish themes.
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Rabbi James Stone Goodman with Brothers Lazaroff – “Alma Vida y Corazon”
Rabbi James Stone Goodman with Brothers Lazaroff playing “Alma Vida y Corazon” at the Bosnian Memory Concert Show .. “Mystery Tale of the Sarajevo Haggadah”
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Rabbi James Stone Goodman – “Soul Dialogue” / Book Of Healing
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Rabbi James Stone Goodman – Prayer For Healing
Backed by the “Eight Nights Orchestra” … consisting of Brothers Lazaroff, Will Soll, Shlomo Ovadya, Ben Reece and Adam Hucke .. Rabbi James Stone Goodman performs his modern adaptation of the ancient prayer for healing – with supplemental poetry:
Limmud Conference: Daniel Roth: Jewish Constructive Conflict
Limmud Conference: Daniel Roth: Jewish Constructive Conflict from Shalom TV. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Shalom TV on Blip! http://blip.tv/shalomtv/watch
Limmud Conference: Daniel Roth “Join in (Re)Creating 9 Adar! The International Day of Jewish Constructive Conflict”
Oesch’s die Dritten, Ich schenk Dir einen Jodler – Glückliches Jahr Israel Music History
“Hava Nagila” (הבה נגילה Havah Nagilah, “Let us rejoice”) is an Israeli folk song. It is perhaps the first modern Israeli folk song in the Hebrew language that has become a staple of band performers at Jewish weddings and Bar/Bat Mitzvahs. It was composed in 1920s Palestine at a time when Hebrew was first being revived as a spoken language for the first time in 2,000 years (in other words, since 70 CE, the destruction of the Second Temple). For the first time, Palestinian Jews were being encouraged to speak Hebrew as a common language, instead of Yiddish, Arabic, Ladino, or other regional Jewish languages
Charles Aznavour chante Hava Naguila avec Enrico Macias – 1973
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The russians singing in this beautiful video a wonderful songs from the jewish people Like Hava Nagila Sim shalom Ani Maamin Etc….
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Jewish Culture Movie for NU204
Written and Narrated by Svetlana, produced by John M.
This is a general description of the Jewish culture.
Several Jewish songs were used as the soundtrack.
The remake of “Hava Nagila” that plays at the end was performed by John M.
All images were found on various web sites using “Google Images.” I have no rights over any of this material. This was made for a short-term, educational experience. There will be no sale of, or profit derived from this work.
Yiddish Culture in the Bronx
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The Remarkable Life and Afterlife of Sholem Aleichem,,,,,,Solomon Naumovich Rabinovich
Thursday, October 17, 2013 | 7pm
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
Jonathan Brent, Executive Director, YIVO
Jeremy Dauber, Columbia University
Adam Kirsch, The New Republic (Moderator)
Novelist, playwright, journalist, essayist, and editor, Sholem Aleichem was one of the founding giants of modern Yiddish literature. The creator of a pantheon of extraordinary characters, his literature provided readers with a window into the world of Eastern European Jews as they confronted the forces of modernity that tore through Russia at the end of the 19th century. But just as compelling as the fictional lives of his characters, was Sholem Aleichem’s own life story. Born Sholem Rabinovitch in Ukraine in 1859, he endured an impoverished childhood, married into wealth, and then lost it all through bad luck and worse business sense. Turning to his pen to support himself, he switched from writing in Russian and Hebrew to Yiddish in order to create a living body of literature for the Jewish masses. Jonathan Brent, Executive Director at YIVO, Jeremy Dauber, author of the recently published book, ‘The Worlds of Sholem Aleichem: The Remarkable Life and Afterlife of the Man Who Created Tevye’, and Adam Kirsch joined each other on stage for a lively discussion about the fascinating life and work of the “Jewish Mark Twain.”
Yidstock 2014: The Festival of New Yiddish Music
Join us for Yidstock 2014: The Festival of New Yiddish Music! YIDSTOCK 2014 will bring the best in klezmer and new Yiddish music to the stage at the Yiddish Book Center. Don’t miss out on what promises to be a great festival of music and related events.
Joe Biden Speaks at National Menorah Lighting
Vice President Joe Biden spoke at the lighting of the National Menorah in Washington Tuesday, speaking about the Jewish people’s overcoming of great odds to protect their culture. (Dec. 16)
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In Madrid, fans of literature are showing that reading can be a social affair, with one group getting together to talk specifically about Jewish authors. We’ve come to have a look at this book club with a difference, where one can enjoy a coffee with Kafka.
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Trying to feel the most fascinating art of all arts, the art of Nature in it’s bewildering, endlessly inconceivable deep harmony, goodness and beauty.
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The Jewish cultural heritage in Bardejov and in Slovakia
The Jewish cultural heritage in Bardejov and in Slovakia
▪ the Bardejov Jewish Preservation Committee ▪ (www.bardejov.org) ▪ the Jewish cultural heritage in Slovakia ▪ (www.slovak-jewish-heritage.org) ▪ the Jewish cultural sites in Bardejov and the history of the Bardejov Jewish community ▪ (www.bardejov.sk)
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Video copyright Yeshiva University Museum, 2011
Di Shekhter-tekhter / The Schaechter Sisters gave their premiere performance as a sister duo in Paris in February 2008 (at age 13 and 8) and have given many performances in Yiddish (English translations provided) around the world since then, including in Australia, Israel, Toronto, and across the USA.
A documentary film . concert video was recently made of them, “When Our Bubbas and Zeydas Were Young: The Schaechter Sisters on Stage”, in Yiddish with English subtitles, directed by the Academy-award-nominated documentary filmmaker, Josh Waletzky. The film was accepted to the Miami Jewish Film Festival, the Montreal International Yiddish Theatre Festival, and the Ashkenaz Festival in Toronto, was recently released on DVD, and can be ordered from http://www.JewishVideo.com. For more info about Di Shekhter-tekhter / The Schaechter Sisters: info@YiddishSisters.com .
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