The Jewish Underworld in Song by the Forward

The Jewish Underworld in Song

On the Yiddish Song of the Week blog, Forverts associate editor Itzik Gottesman writes about “Din Toyre,” a song that deals with the question of Justice, in both the mundane and cosmic senses. The performance was “recorded by Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman in the Bronx, 1980s. The singer was a neighbor, M. Bauman, from either Lodz or Warsaw.”

Gottesman goes on to describe the song’s provenance:

Read the whole post and listen to “Din Toyre” here.

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Ezra Glinter

Ezra Glinter

Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.

The Jewish Underworld in Song

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