[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--ITZIK GOTTESMAN AF DER RADIO-PROGRAM "DOS YIDISHE KOL"
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Feb. 2, 2011
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Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2011 23:02:05 -0500
From: Mark H. David <mhd at yv.org>
Subject: Itzik Gottesman on "Dos Yidishe Kol"
ITZIK GOTTESMAN AF DER RADIO-PROGRAM "DOS YIDISHE KOL"
Dem mitvokh, dem 2tn februar 2011, 7:30 ovnt, vet men hern ba der
radio-program "Dos Yidishe Kol" (WUNR 1600-AM, Boston) an intervyu (af
yidish) mit Itzik Gottesman vegn muzik fun der yidish-velt.
Itzik Gottesman iz der shtel-fartreter funem redaktor baym Forverts. Er
hot a doktorat in yidishn folklor funem Pennsylvanier Universitet un geven
a lerer fun Yidish un yidishn folklor in Teksaser Universitet in Austin.
Er iz der direktor funem Ansky Jewish Research Project baym Center for
Traditional Music and Dance; un vi a teyl fun dem proyekt firt er on mitn
Yiddish Song of the Week blog
in velkhn er shpilt fun zayne feld-rekordirungen fun yidishe folkzinger.
Vi a mitarbeter in Forverts shraybt er vegn yidisher muzik, folklor un
shtelt tsunoyf di rubrik "Velt fun yidish".
"Dos yidishe kol" iz di vekhntlekhe bostoner yidishe radio-program vos
vert transmitirt ale mitvokh 7:30-8:30 ovnt un eyntsaytik durkhn vebzaytl
www.yiddishvoice.com . Khapt a kuk afn vebzaytl oder shtelt zikh in
farbindung elektronish afn adres radio at yv.org oder telefonish mitn numer
617/730-8484, nokh vayterdiker informatsye vegn der program.
Itzik Gottesman on "The Yiddish Voice"
Itzik Gottesman will be a guest on "The Yiddish Voice" (WUNR 1600-AM,
Boston) this Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011, at 7:30 PM, discussing (in Yiddish)
the Yiddish music scene.
Itzik Gottesman is the associate editor of the Yiddish Forward. He got
his PhD in Yiddish folklore from Pennsylvania University, and taught
Yiddish and Yiddish Folklore at the University of Texas at Austin. He is
the director of the Ansky Jewish Research Project at the Center for
Traditional Music and Dance, for which he runs the Yiddish Song of the
Week Blog (yiddishsong.wordpress.com), which features his own field
recordings of Yiddish folksingers. As a member of the Yiddish Forward
staff, he writes about Yiddish music and folklore and puts together the
weekly "Velt fun Yidish" (World of Yiddish) column.
The Yiddish Voice (Dos Yidishe Kol), Boston's weekly Yiddish-language
radio show, is heard each week on WUNR 1600 AM from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM and
live-streamed on the Internet at www.yiddishvoice.com. For more
information, visit www.yiddishvoice.com, email radio at yv.org, or call
Mark David / Meyer Brookline, MA
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