The archives concerning Dave Cash (Louis/Ludwig Slomniker)

The « crazy lad » of Yiddish cabarets

The holding concerning Dave Cash was born with the reedition in 2015 of a 6 CD pack (Jewish music in Paris in the aftermath of WWII, and got enriched when we met Dave Cash’s nephew, David Winter. This collection gathers 78rpm, photos, newspaper clippings and posters that let us learn more about Dave Cash’s career. (Boxset recently republished in a multipack format)



During the first edition of Campus en Musique organized by the Medem Center Arbeter Ring on April 22nd 2017, David Winter enriched this holding with more than 150 documents.




You can now consult these archives on our online catalogue (Dave Cash’s archives)
Or with an appointment at the European Institute for Jewish Music (contact@iemj.org)

Learn more about Dave Cash.
Buy the 6 pack CD’s « Musiques juives dans le Paris de l’après-guerre- Elesdisc 1948-1943, coll Archives, vol. 1 à 6.

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