A High Holidays mix of recent and past audio highlights. Enjoy!
Holocaust survivor Motl Murstein gives this year's New Year's greetings and sings a Yiddish song, Afn Pripetshik. Recorded at Murstein's Brookline home on Sept 18, 2019, and previously aired the same day.
Archive: Eli Dovek, proprietor of Israel Book Shop: new year wishes (from 2009)
Archive: the late Max Gelerman ז"ל, proprietor of The Butcherie: new year wishes (from 2005)
Holocaust survivor Tania Lefman announces upcoming Greater Boston-area Holocaust survivor events. Anna was recorded during the Sept 18, 2019, broadcast speaking by phone live from Wellesley, MA.
Archive: frequent Yiddish Voice contributor Dovid Braun: new year wishes (from 2004)
Archive: late cohost of the Yiddish Voice, *Iosif Lakhman ז"ל: new year wishes (from 2007)
Archive: late cofounder and cohost of the Yiddish Voice, Hasia Segal ז"ל: new year wishes (from 2007)
Archive: late shamus and bal-tefila of Lynn and Beverly, MA, Avrom Cohen ז"ל: chants Rosh Hashonah/Yom Kippur tefilas and talks about his life and about being a bal tefila (from 1997)
Archive: late Yiddish scholoar Mordkhe Schaechter ז"ל: discusses Yiddish-language ideoms and greetings tied to holidays Rosh Hashonah, Yom Kippur, and Succos (from 1997)
Archive: late chairman of the Yiddish Culture Club in Boston, Zalmen Srebro ז"ל: new year wishes (from 2003)
Yiddish Voice cohost Sholem Beinfeld: new year wishes (from 2011)
Leibele Waldman: Der Nyer Yohr
Shmuel Malavsky and Family: Unesanneh Tokef (Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur Musaf)
Mordechai Hershman: Ovinu Malkeynu (Yiddish)
Sholom Katz: Kol Nidrei
Intro instrumental music: DEM HELFANDS TANTS, an instrumental
track from the CD Jeff Warschauer: The Singing Waltz
Ads/Greetings: Israel Book Shop, The Butcherie, Cheryl Ann's Bakery -- Thanks to our sponsors!
Air date: October 2, 2019
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