Synopsis by Kathryn Tamms
As the use of sound motion pictures became more widespread in the 1930s, Jewish audiences began to demand that they see and hear the great cantors of the time. This treasured compilation of cantorial excellence provides the most memorable film recordings of such magnificent voices as Roitman, Katchko, Malavsky, Shlisky, Waldman, Oysher, and Rosenblatt. The program is a unique addition to any cantor vocal collection.
cantor, choir, Judaism