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He will also spend time discussing the various kinds of transformations Bukharians have experienced over the past two decades.“They came here with styles of music and ideas about music and their community and like any other immigrant community coming to New York, you have to find ways to adapt and adjust and that’s involved various things.The religious repertoire has gone through a lot of changes and expanded,” he said.Zarubin’s “Ocherk razgovomogo iazyka samarkandskikh evreev (Opytkharakteristiki.Materialy).” [vol.] 2 (Leningrad: Izdatel’stvo AN SSSR, 1928), pp. Several other key Soviet-era sources are noted by Michael Zand in his “Bukharian Jewish Culture of the Soviet Period”.
Today, Russian continues to be an important lingua franca for many immigrant communities from the former Soviet Union, Jewish and non-Jewish, including Bukhori.The Central Queens Y is located at 67-09 108 Street in Forest Hills.More information is available at (718) 268-5011 ext. Although there is a more substantial literature on Bukharian history and culture, the language has been little-researched.Some of the most important studies are in Russian, dating to the Soviet period, including I.