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Adrienne Cooper’s Musical Life

The legendary Yiddish musician and music teacher Adrienne Cooper, who died December 25 at age 65, was remembered at a New Year’s Day memorial service on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Jon Kalish reports from the event, and speaks with Cooper’s friends and colleagues about the life, career, character of the woman who, as fellow musician Jenny Romaine put it, “had the voice of a diva, and the soul of a bundist.”

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