Goldfarb, rabbi Israel 10/22.dec.1880-13.feb.1967 Austrian Poland, Sieniawa - USA NY, Rockville Center
cantor in Brooklyn, 17.nov.1894 emigrated to the USA, 1912-1942 he resided at 389/360 Clinton Street in Brooklyn, rabbi of Congregation Baith Israel Anshei Emes 236 Kane Street Brooklyn, founder of the Goldfarb Society, board member of The Jewish Center 131 West 86th Street, president of the New York Board of Rabbis, honorary member of B'nai Sholom of Rockville Centre, buried at Mount Carmel Cemetery Flushing ; brother of Samuel Eliezer Goldfarb ; 2.feb.1904 in Manhattan he married Frieda Kessler (Russia, Grading 5.oct.1886-28.jan.1976 Miami) ; father of Joseph Sholom Goldfarb (New York City 18.oct.1918-1.mar.2009 Fair Lawn NJ)

[birthdate in Julian/Gregorian calendar ; his year of birth may have actually been 1879]

Title Parts

Sholom aleykhem (Peace unto you). Song for Friday evening Sabbath
music Israel Goldfarb, also attr to Samuel Eliezer Goldfarb
words anon 16th century "May your departure be in peace o angels of peace"
Itzhak Perlman violin, Andy Statman Klezmer Orchestra. Angel Records 56209

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