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Richard Tucker

Tuesday, January 02, 1900

The exact date of this episode is unknown. We've filled in the date above with a placeholder. What we actually have on record is: 19uu-uu-uu.

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Introductions to musical selections (not played) by Richard Tucker:

Aria from La Juive
Torna Surriento and Tarantella la Danza
Rozhinkes mit Mandlen (Raisins and Almonds)
excerpt from Pagliacci


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 72658
Municipal archives id: LT3751

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Comments [2]

Bernir W

Comments [1]
Linda Green from Potomac, MD

About 25 years ago I taped a radio program called Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen
(Raisins and Almonds) named after Abraham Goldfaden's music of the same name.
It was an hour long program about the Jewish immigrant experience in NY from
the late 1800s to the mid 1900s. It was narrated by a woman and was a
potpourri of people, songs, cultural aspects of life etc. of the immigrant
Jews in that period. I have mentioned it to many people and I am trying to
track it down. Would you have that in your archives? I'd love to purchase a
copy of it.
Linda Green
May. 26 2013 03:54 PM
I have made CD a of this program
email me
bernirwa@yahoo.com

Jan. 21 2014 05:53 PM
Linda Green from Potomac, MD

About 25 years ago I taped a radio program called Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen
(Raisins and Almonds) named after Abraham Goldfaden's music of the same name.
It was an hour long program about the Jewish immigrant experience in NY from
the late 1800s to the mid 1900s. It was narrated by a woman and was a
potpourri of people, songs, cultural aspects of life etc. of the immigrant
Jews in that period. I have mentioned it to many people and I am trying to
track it down. Would you have that in your archives? I'd love to purchase a
copy of it.
Linda Green

May. 26 2013 03:54 PM

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