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The publication of "And You Shall Know Us by the Trail of Our Vinyl" can be seen as a manifesto for the breadth of Jewish music that Kun and the Idelsohn Society are trying to preserve: cantorial albums; Yiddish songs; comedy albums in English, Yiddish and Yinglish; Mickey Katz; records about the Holocaust, the struggle to free Soviet Jews; even Israeli disco fever.
Tom Teicholz: Bagels, Bongos and Josh Kun Tom Teicholz 2010
Dressed in black pants, a black jacket and a black hat, Karsten Troyke, Germany's most famous klezmer musician, sings in Yiddish, Hebrew and "" Yinglish '' -- heavily Yiddish-accented English.
A Strange Affair 2008
Later, Kurt Busiek's Thunderbolts revealed that her real name was Melissa Joan Gold, rather than her original "Mimi Schwartz" pseudonym, but had her dropping Yiddish and Yinglish phrases in her speech.
I'm more familiar with the expression "hak zhe nisht keyn chaynik" or Yinglish "stop hocking a chaynik!" without the "mir" personalization.
And now, where Yiddish has ended up, it has given back: chutzpah, shlep, refusenik, nosh, etc. - all essential Yinglish.
You do, however, need to learn frummisher sprach (all of those Yiddish-Yinglish-whatever slangy expressions which are sprinkled through FFB speech).
The Kvetcher 2010
Yiddish and Italian made a secular turn to Yinglish and Italiadish with a brave new world; one waffling equator between the old and new.
Yinglish, related to Yiddish unknown - nextdoorekeh - woman living next door
As America and Yiddish became intertwined and the younger generation shifted increasingly into English, the popular Yiddish theaters that specialized in musical comedies followed suit, often using Yinglish as an entertaining stage language.
unknown title 2009
To such a person, I wish my favorite Yinglish curse: "May whenever in life that you suffer injustice, may you always be in the right."