A 1995 documentary, “In the Fiddler’s House,” chronicles world-famous violinist Itzak Perlman and his discovery of his Polish Jewish roots while learning

A 1995 documentary, “In the Fiddler’s House,” chronicles world-famous violinist Itzak Perlman and his discovery of his Polish Jewish roots while learning klezmer music. Watch all 4 parts on YouTube. In about two pages address anything that seems significant, but also within the writing address the following:

  1. For what types of occasions was this music performed?
  2. What part did Jews play in Polish society before WW II and the Holocaust?
  3. In Part 3 we hear about a composer named Mordechai Gebirtig—Who was he?  What did he do for a living? What were his artistic accomplishments?  How did he die?
  4. What instruments are prominently featured in the klezmer ensembles shown in the documentary?

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