Four Yiddish songs to honor The Fourth of July

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Four Yiddish songs to honor The Fourth of July

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Verter fun der Vokh – Chemistry

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Download your own free copy of the Periodic Table in Yiddish!

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Verter fun der Vokh – Celebrating a Jewish Wedding!

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הערט ווי טעאָדאָר ביקעל זינגט דאָס קלאַסישע חתונה־ליד „מחותּנתטע מײַנע‮“

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Verter fun der Vokh: די ביבליאָטעק – The Library

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‮ווען זי ווערט אויפֿגערעגט האָט זי ליב צוצושפּאַצירן אין ביבליאָטעק, אויסקלײַבן אַ טראַפֿיק ביכל, זיך אַוועקזעצן אינעם לייענזאַל און זיך פּשוט אויסשפּאַנען. When she’s upset, she likes to walk over…

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Delve into an all-Yiddish magazine!

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ד עגיל־שידִיי טיג סױראַ רעזדנוא סױכרוד ןקיכאַרפּש־שידִיי לאַנרושז ןפֿױא לעװש . רימ ןביג ךיז פָּא טימ שידִיי ןבעל , רוטאַרעטיל , רוטלוק ןוא קיטסיװגניל ןיא אַ ןקיטכערפּ , םענרעדאָמ ןײַזיד…

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Learn Yiddish by reading a master of Yiddish literature!

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Sholem Aleichem— Motl the Cantor’s Son (abridged and adapted for students with exercises, glossary and audio recording) — לטאָמ עסייפּ םעד סנזח ( טצריקראַפֿ ןוא טעבראַאַב ראַפֿ ןטנעדוטס טימ ןעגנוטינעג…

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How Ashkenazic Jews Got Their Names and The Problems They Have Caused Them – Kalman Weiser

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Prof. Weiser discusses (in English) the origin of Ashkenazic Jewish names and focuses on the bureaucratic issues historically associated with keeping track of and reconciling Jewish naming practices. The first…

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Ale mentshn zaynen brider: Od to Joy

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Yiddish poem: I. L. Peretz (1852-1915) Original music: Beethoven’s 9th Symphony Choral adaptation: Binyumen Schaechter Yiddish Philharmonic Chorus דער ייִדישער פֿילהאַרמאָנישער כאָר (formerly Jewish People’s Philharmonic Chorus / JPPC) Binyumen…

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Documentary Film Traces Life, Works of Yiddish Poet Avrom Sutzkever

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Released in 2021, Ver Vet Blaybn? (Who Will Remain?), a documentary that follows one woman’s journey to understand her grandfather, Yiddish poet Avrom Sutzkever, is resonating with audiences and having success…

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