Moshe Friedler | Yiddish Kayt

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Yiddish Kayt

by Moshe Friedler

Yiddish Folksinger
Genre: World: Yiddish
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1. Israeli Medley
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2. Rumenie
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3. 2nd Ave Theatre Jewish Medley
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4. Lo Teda Milchama
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5. Mark Warshawsky Medley
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6. Mordechai Gebirtig Medley
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7. Medley of Popular Yiddish Folksongs
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8. Medley of Jewish Israeli Nostalgia
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9. Yiddish Medley Songs of Kumzytz
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10. Y'rushalayim Shel Zahav
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11. Sheybone Beith Hamikdosh
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12. Dos Yiddishe Lied
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Moshe Friedler served for ten years as Hazzan of Congregation ACIBA, the Israelita Community of Buenos Aires. In 1972 he moved to Mexico City where he served for three years with the city's largest synagogue, Congregation Beth El. In Miami Friedler served Beth Moshe Congregation for a decade, then Temple Aliyah in the San Fernando Valley, California, for three years. He then joined Congregation Rodeph Sholom of Tampa, Florida, where he has served as Hazzan since 1989.

A sensitive and sentimental artist of many talents, Hazzan Friedler composed the musicals Wunder iber Wunder, Menachem Mendl (performed in Florida), Achnoses Kale, Chelem (wrote the music, performed in Florida), One Generation After (based on the book of the same name by Elie Wiesel), and others. His performances in Yiddish and Hebrew are very warmly received by audiences of all ages.

Hazzan Friedler has a deep and enduring love of the Yiddish language, music, and theatre. His purpose in making this CD is to perpetuate the Yiddish language and beautiful music. He doesn't want these beloved folk songs to be forgotten by the new generation. His passion for this can be heard in every song of the CD, just listen!


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Susan

Yiddush Kayt
I ordered this CD as a gift for my mom and she's just wild about it! She constantly listens to it in her car and can't stop raving about it. I've never seen her love anything as much! I'm ordering her some more of Moshe Friedler's CD's to add to her collection. His inspirational voice is absolutely superb. This wonderful CD conveys his heartfelt passion for music and Yiddush to all listeners.

ShaynaMeidele

Love it!
I love this CD! This CD has great versions of some of my old favorites and I now have some new favorites. And what a voice -- I have listened over and over.