[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements--Life and works of the unique Vilna-born composer David Botwinik and his book of new Yiddish songs "Fun Khurbn Tsum Lebn" [From Holocaust to Life] Haifa, Jan. 19

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
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Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements
January 14, 2013
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Date: Jan 12 (2 days ago)
From: Leybl Botwinik <leybl_botwinik at yahoo.com> 		
English Follows Yiddish

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זינגען איז געזונט!
אַן אַודעאָ-וויזועלע פאָרשטעלונג און קאָנצערט מיט אַ שפּאַציר איבערן
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בית הכט, שדרות הנשיא 142, חיפה
מוצאי שבת דעם 19טן יאַנואַר, 2013 – 19:30

Zingen iz Gezunt (Singing is Healthy)

There will be an audio-visual presentation and concert with a
walkthrough of the life and works of the unique Vilna-born composer
David Botwinik and his book of new Yiddish songs "Fun Khurbn Tsum
Lebn" [From Holocaust to Life].

Participating are:
-      Leybl Botwinik (narration and singing)
-      Betty Klein (singing and accompaniment)

The program includes a presentation of historic photos and short
video-clips of other singers.

Beit Hecht, Sderot Hanasi 142, Haifa.
Motse Shabes, 19th of January, 2013 at 19:30
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