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Leo Fuld

b. 29 Oct 1912, Rotterdam, Netherlands, d. 10 June 1997, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Referred to as the final performer of Yiddish well-known ballads, singer-songwriter Fuld was created into a huge family. His extraordinary voice was uncovered when he went to the Amsterdam Jewish Seminary and he travelled from coast to coast to provide as cantor for Jewish congregations over the Sabbath. When he was 18 he performed for the BBC in London, and in 1938 starred on Broadway in NY. One of is own first strikes was known as ‘Where MAY I Go’, and in addition enjoyed great achievement across the world with ‘My Yiddishe Momma’, ‘Dos Pintele Yid’, ‘Mein Shtetele’, and so many more. He is thought to possess offered 30 million information worldwide. Soon after his nation was occupied from the Nazis Fuld remaining for America, as well as for a decade was who owns the Sahbra, an Israeli nightclub and cafe in NY. During the battle most people of his family members were wiped out in the focus camps. Later on in his existence he came back to Amsterdam, and just a couple weeks before his loss of life performed using the Algerian rock and roll group, Railand, documenting The Tale. Critics raved about the recording, stating: ‘Under no circumstances before offers Yiddish music sounded therefore oriental. It really is therefore refreshing after years to be earnest and incredibly seriously interested in the lost history of Yiddish music.’

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