A cache of letters written by Tchaikovsky reveals some startling bigotry. But were his views as offensive as Richard Wagner’s?
“Rock Around the Clock” was credited to two Philadelphia-born Jewish songwriters, each the son of immigrants.
The comic opera “The Tsar Wants His Photograph Taken” has an explicitly Jewish cast of characters.
Buddy Arnold exposed Cobain, born and raised in Aberdeen, Washington, to Yiddish.
“Edelweiss,” the Rodgers and Hammerstein song penned for their 1959 musical “The Sound of Music” is not a Nazi anthem.
In the clip, Anderson stands in the library of Lazarus’s historic home and reads a stanza many Americans know by heart.
On Tuesday, Justice Andrea Masley of the New York State Supreme Court moved to dismiss all but one of the defamation charges brought by Levine.
“American poetry doesn’t have to be in English.”
Newton-John’s grandfather was Nobel Prize-winning physicist Max Born, a founder of quantum mechanics and a longtime friend of Albert Einstein
One of America’s greatest poets and one of our greatest avant-garde artists make for strange bedfellows.
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