Henry Sapoznik's blog
Henry Sapozniks’ website is clearinghouse of a lifetime of his passions, enthusiasms, and projects including but not limited to old time country music, Yiddish vaudeville, scratchy old records, banjo, Tin Pan Alley, Yiddish radio, early animation, competition bullseye pistol, and black and white movies.
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Henry Sapoznik is an award-winning producer, musicologist and performer, and writer in the fields of traditional and popular Yiddish and American music and culture. He was the founding director of the sound archives of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in New York and founded and directed the internationally acclaimed KlezKamp: The Yiddish Folk Arts Program beginning in 1985 for the next 30 years.