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Singing (in Yiddish) for a better world

Lisa Gallatin leads singers in ''Der Yid Der Shmid'' last month in Brookline. A Besere Velt is the largest Yiddish chorus in the world. Lisa Gallatin leads singers in ''Der Yid Der Shmid'' last month in Brookline. A Besere Velt is the largest Yiddish chorus in the world. (Jodi Hilton for the Boston globe)
By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
Globe Correspondent / December 2, 2008

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BROOKLINE - They meet every Saturday on the third floor of the Goldman Family Residence Center, 80 singers in all, to rehearse the rich four-to-six-part harmonies of Eastern Europe. Together they make up the largest Yiddish chorus in the world. (Full article: 598 words)

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