“Musically speaking he’s very central. He’s the only one who has arias in this opera.”
There was a panoply of sounds, musical and otherwise, emanating from the SummerStage but those sounds were also proudly and defiantly Yiddish.
The door opened and there they were: John, Paul, and George. But no Ringo. Why?
In Toronto, Beyoncés tour was catered by legendary Jewish deli Caplansky’s, reportedly for $3,500. That’s a lot of pastrami.
25 years and 613 compositions later, John Zorn is done with ‘Masada.’
Without the support of one Jewish sixth-grade teacher in Brooklyn, Shawn Carter might never have become Jay-Z.
This is not to say that “Bookends” is literally “Sgt. Kishke’s Lower East Side Schlub Band.”
When a climate apocalypse one day destroys human civilization, at least alien archaeologists will be able to become acquainted with Groucho Marx.
Alan Gershwin, born Albert Schneider, bore an astonishing resemblance to George Gershwin.
The included works are among thousands found, over the past three decades, by the Italian pianist Francesco Lotoro.
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