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You may have heard of Fanny Mendelssohn’s brother Felix, but she was a great composer in her own right. Today, for International Women’s Day, the BBC finally premieres her “Easter Sonata.”
Walter Zev Feldman wrote the book on klezmer. We ask him about its history — and what accounts for its impressive staying power.
It’s only Wednesday, which means you have two days left to make this fluffy and delicious challah for Shabbat.
“Traveling Light” is the newest video from Leonard Cohen’s acclaimed final album “You Want It Darker.”
The title of Aaron Copland’s most famous piece, far from being a meaningless platitude, is a clear political statement.
Before David Draiman became famous as the singer of the heavy metal band Disturbed, he trained to be a cantor. That didn’t go so well.
Radiohead is ignoring the criticisms of BDS supporters like Roger Waters. They will be playing Tel Aviv this July.
Bob Dylan’s forthcoming release “Triplicate” is his first triple album.
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