A Stolen Chicken Tastes Best, and other Clichés of Jews, Gypsies and Mythical Beasts, lecture with Josh Horowitz

Date

Mon Jul 06 2020

Time

11:00 am

The Promiscuous World of Jewish Music Series
Lecture 9. A Stolen Chicken Tastes Best, and other Clichés of Jews, Gypsies and Mythical Beasts
Lecture Series by Joshua Horowitz
DATE: Monday, July 6
TIME: 11am California/2pm New York/ 7pm UK/ 8pm most of Europe
PM (private message) Josh from his Facebook page (see link below) for a seat at this lecture and receive a Zoom code!
There is a Zoom limit of 100 participants.
Length: 1 – 2 hours.


Donations are accepted and appreciated, but not required.


The Gypsy-Klezmer musical connection has been accepted as fact since the early days of the “Klezmer Revival,” giving rise to sometimes bizarre musical incarnations. Josh looks at the historical connections from past centuries as well as modern convulsions of the Gypsy-Jewish relationship of the past 33 years with a self-critical examination of the cyclical mythical beast that continues to both charm and elude us, applying the Gypsy saying, “there are false truths and honest lies” to the relationship between Gypsy and Jewish music. Disclaimer: The term “Gypsy” is used here in its historical context. Send complaints to BubblesPoopypants@gmail.com.


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