Yiddish Radio Project (Original Radio Broadcast) by Broadcast

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  • History,
  • Unabridged Audio - Misc.Nonfiction,
  • Audio Adult: Books On Tape,
  • Radio - General,
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Open LibraryOL8663982M
ISBN 101565117131
ISBN 109781565117136

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Yiddish Radio Project: Stories from the Golden Age of Yiddish Radio: Carl Reiner, Eli Wallach, Jerry Stiller: : Books. Buy New. $ List Price: $ Save: $ (23%) Qty: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Qty: /5(16). The Yiddish Radio Project is based on a series of stories featured on Yiddish Radio Project book All Things Considered in the spring of The series highlights the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting in the s to '50s.

In its heyday Yiddish radio was heard from coast to coast, with a dozen stations in New York alone.4/5. The Yiddish Radio Project is based on a series of stories featured on NPR's All Things Considered in the spring of The series highlights the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting in the s to '50s.

In its heyday Yiddish radio was heard from Author: Broadcast. Lovingly restored, with translations performed by a cast including Carl Reiner, Eli Wallach, and Yiddish stars, the Yiddish Radio Project is a journey through time to a lost world that is intimate, passionate, raucous and utterly fascinating/5(16).

Lovingly restored, with translations performed by a cast including Carl Reiner, Eli Wallach, and Yiddish stars, the Yiddish Radio Project is a journey through time to a lost world that is intimate, passionate, raucous and utterly fascinating.

Publisher Description The Yiddish Radio Project is based on a series of stories featured on NPR’s All Things Considered in the spring of The series highlights the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting in the s to ‘50s.

In its heyday Yiddish radio was heard from coast to coast, with a dozen stations in New York alone. The Yiddish Radio Project is a celebration of these recordings and of the forgotten geniuses and dreamers who created them.

The exhibits on this site feature the Yiddish Radio Project radio documentaries that were first broadcast on NPR's "All Things Considered," rare Yiddish radio clips, archival photographs, and various ephemera from a forgotten radio universe. The Yiddish Radio Project is the soundtrack companion CD for the upcoming 10 part NPR radio series celebrating the "golden age" of Yiddish Radio in America ().

The dual assault of TV and rock & roll in the s caused many casualties, among them swing music, radio, and a vital Yiddish-American culture/5(19). About the Yiddish Radio Project A co-production of Sound Portraits Productions and Living Traditions, the Yiddish Radio Project is dedicated to rescuing every surviving recording from the golden age of Yiddish radio and to disseminating knowledge and interest in the forgotten radio renaissance these recordings bring to life.

The Yiddish Radio Project series is now available as a two-CD or two-tape set. The collection is hosted by NPR's Scott Simon and features all ten Yiddish Radio Project stories, plus four bonus tracks. A beautiful twenty-page booklet with historic photos and an essay by Henry Sapoznik about the making of the project is also included.

Summary: The Yiddish Radio Project is based on a series of stories featured on NPR's All Things Considered in the spring of The series highlights the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting in the s to '50s.

In its heyday Yiddish radio was heard from coast to coast, with a dozen stations in New York : Henry Sapoznik. The Yiddish Radio Project is based on a series of stories featured on NPR's All Things Considered in the spring of The series highlights the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting in the s to '50s.

In its heyday Yiddish radio was heard from coast to coast, with a dozen stations in New York alone. The buzz-term for Old Time Radio is 'OTR'.

OTR usually means radio broadcasting from the golden age of radio, mostly before These shows from the pre-television age include adventure, comedies, mystery shows, western dramas and shows from World War II.

Yiddish Radio Project Independent Producer David Isay brings us the first installment of the Yiddish Radio Project, a part series airing Tuesdays on.

The Yiddish Radio Project brought the sounds and words of such Yiddish radio legends as Nahum Stuchkoff, C. Israel Lutsky, and Victor Packer to an eager public.

Much of the material remains accessible today and there are plans in the works to make the files even more widely available in the near future. We hear bilingual advertisements for Barbasol, Manischewitz, and Hebrew National Meats among others, Yiddish swing, and fascinating Yiddish radio dramas (the soundtrack is available as a standalone CD, Music from the Yiddish Radio Project, featuring highlights of commercials and swing melodies)/5.

The Yiddish Radio Project is based on a series of stories featured on NPR's All Things Considered in the spring of The series highlights the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting in the s to '50s. In its heyday Yiddish radio was heard from coast. Yiddish Radio Project Seventeen years ago, musician and historian Henry Sapoznik made the discovery of a lifetime in a musty storeroom: records of Yiddish radio.

There was a time when the airwaves were alive with the sound of Yiddish. The world of Jewish music, commentary, radio dramas, and commercials is brought back to life on The Yiddish Radio Project, as featured on National Public ing the lights of Jewish entertainment in the '30s, '40s, and '50s, from the Barry Sisters to Dave Tarras's klezmer to cantor Moishe Oysher -- shilling for Brand: Shanachie.

Yiddish Radio Project: Live. A Journey to the Golden Age of Yiddish Radio. Hosted by Henry Sapoznik with Dave Isay Featuring The Yiddish Radio All-Star Band. Coming to New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, and Chicago.

The golden age of Yiddish radio is being celebrated in a series of live shows touring the country to accompany the Yiddish Radio Project series from NPR. the yiddish book center's Wexler Oral History Project A growing collection of in-depth interviews with people of all ages and backgrounds, whose stories about the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture offer a rich and complex chronicle of Jewish identity.

Yiddish Radio Project (Original Radio Broadcast), Produced by Henry SapoznikDave IsayYair Reiner. High Bridge Audio, CDs (2), HBP / When King Tut’s tomb was cracked open by archaeologist Howard Carter inthe world was stunned by the opulence of ancient Egypt, which had vanished for thousands of years.

Forgotten for more than half a century, Yiddish radio is back. All Things Considered presents the Yiddish Radio Project, a major series of stories about the golden age of Yiddish-American. All that survives from the "golden age" of Yiddish radio in the s to '50s are a thousand fragile discs, rescued from storerooms, attics, and even dumpsters.

But what a story they tell. The Yiddish Radio Project is a celebration of these recordings and of the forgotten geniuses and. In its heyday to Yiddish radio was heard coast to coast, with a dozen stations in New York alone.

All that survives from that incredible era are fragile discs--rescued from storerooms, attics, and dumpstersthe musical highlights of which are collected on this CD. From Yiddish Melodies in. Independent producer David Isay brings us the third installment of the Yiddish Radio Project, a part series airing weekly on All Things Considered.

These archival programs are brought to you by the Yiddish Radio Project and the Dora Teitelboim Center for Yiddish Culture.

We offer programs from New York Yiddish radio from the s as well as Miami Yiddish radio from the s. Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US Intro To "Yiddish Melodies In Swing" Sam Medoff and the Yiddish Swing Orchestra Music From The Yiddish Radio Project ℗.

Download or stream Yiddish Radio Project by Henry Sapoznik. Get 50% off this audiobook at the AudiobooksNow online audio book store and download or stream it right to. History. David Isay grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, and Manhattan, New is the son of the psychiatrist Richard Isay.

and book editor and author, Jane Isay. He graduated from Friends Seminary in and New York University in Isay produced a wide variety of programs for NPR, including the Yiddish Radio Project with Henry Sapoznik, salvaging recordings of Victor Packer.

The Yiddish Radio Project is a celebration of these recordings and of the forgotten geniuses and dreamers who created them. The exhibits on this site feature the Yiddish Radio Project radio.

Yiddish Radio Project #4: Levine and His Flying Machine Independent Producer David Isay brings us the fourth installment of the Yiddish Radio Project, a. Yiddish Book Center Receives Literary Translation Award from London Book Fair Decade of Discovery Jewish American Heritage Month May is Jewish American Heritage Month—a time to celebrate the diverse and vibrant cultural life of American Jews.

Wexler Oral History Project of the Yiddish Book Center. Among their plus oral history interviews are more than conducted in Yiddish. Yiddish Radio Project, NPR's collection of recordings from the golden age of Yiddish radio. (See their online exhibit on Nahum Stutchkoff.) The Yiddish Voice, a weekly Yiddish-language radio show, based in.

(archived show here) The Yiddish Voice continues its series of interviews with Yiddish activitsts at the Paris Yiddish Center-Medem Library on Wednesday June 26 at PM with an interview with Yitskhok Niborski, airing in Boston on WUNR AM Wednesdays at PM and live-streamed via.

Yitskhok Niborski was born in Buenos Aires in and raised in a Yiddishist, secular family. Inthe Yiddish Book Center formed a partnership with the National Library of Israel, which was launching its own project to digitize its entire Hebrew-alphabet collection, including thousands of Yiddish titles.

The effort prompted The New York Times to declare Yiddish "proportionately the most accessible literature on the planet". Yiddish Book Center The National Yiddish Book Center is a valuable resource with full-text online access to nea out-of-print Yiddish titles.

The books can be downloaded, browsed, printed or read online for free. Full-text reference works, including encyclopedias, as well as Yiddish literature has been made available.

Henry "Hank" Sapoznik (Yiddish: העניק סאַפאַזשניק ‎; bornin Brooklyn, New York) is an award-winning author, record and radio producer and performer of traditional Yiddish and American music. Career. With MacArthur Fellow David Isay, Sapoznik produced the week radio series the "Yiddish Radio Project" on the history of Jewish broadcasting for NPR’s All Things.

"Soundtrack to the radio series by Dave Isay and Henry Sapoznik"--Container. Program notes and lyrics in English translation ([13] p.: ill.) inserted in container.

Participant Various artists. Event Selections originally broadcast Related Work Yiddish melodies in swing. Yiddish radio project (Radio program) Publisher Number Various Artists - Yiddish Radio Project (CD NEW) Label: Shanachie Format: CD Release Date: 12 Mar No.

of Discs: 1 UPC: Album Tracks 1. Introduction to "Yiddish Melodies in Swing" - Sam Medoff and the Yiddish Swing Orchestra 2. The Bridgeroom Special - Sam Medoff and the Yiddish Swing Orchestra 3.

Adler Shoes Commercial 4. Second Avenue Square Dance - Dave Tarras Brand: shanchie records. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Sung in English and Yiddish.

Notes: Klezmer, Yiddish swing, and commercial jingles.Jews have a centuries-old tradition of telling jokes, from the ghettos of Europe to Hollywood and the Catskills. Jewish jokes are entertainment, the oral history of a culture, insightful social criticism, and survival tactic rolled into one."Archival recordings from the Golden Age of Yiddish Radio ss"--Container.

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