The Yiddish language, contrary to a widely held myth, is not dying, but rather undergoing a renaissance around the world. Yiddish culture, as reflected in Klezmer music, film, song, literature and theater, is burgeoning with new artists, new voices, new audiences and new Yiddish speakers. From Buenos Aires to Berlin, from Paris to New York, Yiddish is alive with a youthful dynamism unseen for half a century. Accompanying this CD is a very nice 56-page songbook suitable for classroom instruction. It includes the musical score and lyrics in Hebrew, Yiddish, and English for each song. Please see Cindy Paley's bio page for contact info.