Songs that I Love

Being at Limmud FSU reminded me again that Jews come in all colors, speak different languages, have diverse backgrounds and like a variety of things.

Music is probably the one thing that brings us together regardless of what specific kind of music we love.

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At the conference, we heard the very talented singer from Israel, Ninet. We also heard a couple of songs in Yiddish performed by Zhenya Lopatnik. Yiddish is not dead, apparently even among the Russian Jews!

So, here I’ve decided to post some of the songs I like in different languages. Random, no special order. I am just starting with a song, where the lyrics are from one of my two best friends from the childhood, Elena Olenina:

Sometimes music without words can say even more than with them.

 

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you for the musical interlude – and what a virtuoso!

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    1. Yes, I love him! You can google Sanya Kroytor, and listen to his wonderful interpretations of Gershwin

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      1. Already did, and sent a link to my sons. Thank you so much for this

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