Flits Fegelech - Itzik Manger - The Megilla Of Itzik Manger (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Itzik Manger (30 May , Czernowitz, then Austrian-Hungarian Empire – 21 February , Gedera, Israel) (Yiddish: איציק מאַנגער ‎) was a prominent Yiddish poet and playwright, a self-proclaimed folk bard, visionary, and 'master tailor' of the written word. A Jew from Bucovina, Manger lived in Romania, Poland, France, England and finally Israel.
  2. ^ Manger, The World According to Itzik, xx. It was around this time that Manger changed his name from the formal sounding Yitzkhok to the childlike diminutive Itzik, thus actualizing his self-transformation from poet to folk bard. ^ Ibid., 3. ^ Manger, The World According to Itzik, ^ David G. Roskies, The Last of the Purim Players: Itzik.
  3. Itzik Manger, Category: Artist, Albums: The Megilla of Itzik Manger (Original Broadway Cast), Top Tracks: Oyfn Veg Shteyt a Boym, Overture and Prologue, Flits Fegelech, Lechaim, In Droissen Iz A Regen, Monthly Listeners: , Where People Listen: Tel Aviv, Paris, Berlin, Istanbul, Jerusalem The Megilla of Itzik Manger (Original Broadway.
  4. The Megilla of Itzik Manger (Broadway Return Engagement, ) which opened April 19, with a cast that included Pesach Burstein, Lillian Lux, Mike Burstein, Ariel Furman, Zisha Gold on Ovrtur, the database of musicals from New York, London and beyond.
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  6. May 04,  · This production draws heavily from the work of the Yiddish poet Itzik Manger, whose version of the Purim story has been adapted and set .
  7. Itzik Manger was born in Czernowitz in and made his literary reputation in Warsaw, where he lived from to Manger's poetry was heavily influenced by German romantic poetry and new, modernist styles of writing. He wrote sophisticated verse and experimented with rhythmic and metrical patterns before embracing the ballad as his.
  8. MANGER, ItzikNationality: Israeli (originally Romanian: immigrated to England after World War II, the United States, , and Israel, ). Born: Chernovitsy, Romania, 30 May Education: Worked in the shop of his father, a tailor. Family: Married Genia Nadir. Source for information on Manger, Itzik: Reference Guide to Holocaust Literature dictionary.

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