This is an emailed copy of a press release for Yiddish Ballads sent in February 2007, added to this were two pictures provided by the artist.
Manger went on to publish three volumes of Yiddish poetry
and plays in London…prince among poets, he was dishevelled,
gaunt, and usually had plenty of whisky inside him.”
David Mazower in forthcoming Jewish Chronicle 18th Feb 2007
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CONCERT ONE NIGHT ONLY!!! MONDAY 19TH FEBRUARY, 2007
Bloomsbury Theatre, Gordon St. 7.30pm (nearest underground Euston Station)
Tickets available from The Bloomsbury, Enquiries 0207 388 8822
Tickets £17.50, £15, £12.50 (concessions), £10 (UCL) www.thebloomsbury.com
A mid-winter Yiddish experience to warm the soul.
With Israeli jazz musicians ARIK and AVIV LIVNAT and HELEN BEER
(Lecturer in Yiddish, UCL) plus GUESTS.
A fresh sound for the 21st century – folk melodies embedded in light jazz.
New musical settings to the ballads of Yiddish poet Itzik Manger.
Known and little-known Yiddish songs.
About the Livnat brothers at:
2.) Itzik Manger’s entry on Museum of the Jewish People Website, Tel Aviv
3.) Itzik Manger on Yiddish Music Hall of Fame
4.) Itizik Manger entry on Wikipedia
5.) Recommended: Article by David Mazower in forthcoming Jewish Chronicle 18 Feb. 07
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