Romanian Jews
The history of the Jews in Romania concerns the Jews both of Romania and of Romanian origins, from their first mention on what is present-day Romanian territory. Minimal until the 18th century, the si...
Romanian Jews - Wikipedia
Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 A major K 488 Radu Lupu, Sándor Végh , Wiener Philamoniker
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 A major K 488 Radu Lupu, piano Sándor Végh conducts Wiener Philamoniker Allegro in A major 0:00 Adagio in F-sharp minor 11:29 Allegro assai in A and alla ...
Alessandro Haber
(di Paolo Conte)
György Ligeti - Solo cello sonata
Ignacy Grzelazka plays Ligeti cello solo sonata 2nd mov.
György Ligeti - Apparitions for orchestra
My music video for Gyorgy Ligeti's Apparitions for Orchestra
Joseph Moskowitz
Joseph Moskowitz (1879 – June 27, 1954) was a Romanian-born Jewish cymbalum player, son of a folk klezmer cimbalist. He eventually settled in the United States.When Moskowitz appeared at a cafe ...
Arnold Daghani
Arnold Daghani (1909–1985) was a Romanian-born Jewish artist and writer and Holocaust survivor. In 1941 he and his wife Anisoara were arrested and sent to the Nazi labor camp of Mikhailowka in Ukraine...
Liviu Librescu
Liviu Librescu ([ˈlivju liˈbresku]; Hebrew: ליביו ליברסקו‎; August 18, 1930 – April 16, 2007) was a Romanian-born Israeli scientist and engineer. He was a professor whose major research fi...
Liviu Librescu - Wikipedia
Cilibi Moise
Cilibi Moise or Cilibi Moisi (born Froim Moise; 1812 – January 31, 1870) was a Moldovan-born Wallachian and Romanian peddler, humorist, aphorist, and raconteur. He is best known for the aphorisms and ...
Cilibi Moise - Wikipedia
Josef Mundy
Josef Mundy (born 1935, Bucharest, Romania – d. 1994, New York City, New York) was an Israeli author and playwright.Josef Mundy was born in Bucharest to a prosperous family. At the age of 16 he immigr...
Miklós Nyiszli
Miklós Nyiszli (June 17, 1901, Szilágysomlyó, Austria-Hungary – May 5, 1956, Oradea, Romania) was a Jewish prisoner at the Auschwitz concentration camp. Nyiszli, his wife, and young daughter, we...
J. J. Benjamin
Israe͏̈l Joseph Benjamin (b. Fălticeni, Romania, 1818 – d. London, May 3, 1864) was a Romanian-Jewish historian and traveler. His pen name was "Benjamin II", in allusion to Benjamin of Tudela.
Ma...
J. J. Benjamin - Wikipedia
Henri Wald
Henri "Ricu" Wald (October 31, 1920–2002; name also spelled Henry Wald) was a Romanian professor, philosopher, logician, and essayist.
Wald was born to a family of small merchants in Bucharest, t...