|First Release : 4. Belts|
|'Ikh Vel Nisht Fargesn' tells the story of the Jewish
population of Fürth from November 9th 1938, to the deportations of 1942.
Containing songs in English and in Yiddish, including vocals from
Richard's brother Barry Smerin, (Professor of Yiddish and Jewish
History) this monumental work has been described as: "the first real
musical composition in the English language, depicting a Bavarian town
during the Shoa".
'Ikh Vel Nisht Fargesn' is displayed in Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, the Imperial War Museum, London, the Holocaust Museum, Washington and many other notable locations, but NOT in the "Jewish" Museum of Fürth.