Rabbi Yom Tov Ehrlich (1914-1990) was a renowned Hasidic musician, composer, lyricist, recording artist, and popular entertainer known for his popular Yiddish music albums. He was born in a small village Kozhan Gorodok, Belarus and raised in a nearby village Davyd-Haradok, Belarus (then Poland). He survived the Holocaust in Samarkand, Soviet Union. Later, he moved to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York.

Ehrlich was born to a family of Karlin-Stoliner Hasidim. His grandfather, Yom Tov Simcha Ehrlich, was an aide to Rabbi Aharon of Karlin, an early leader of the Hasidic movement. Ehrlich himself was a Hasid of the late Rabbi Yochanan Perlow of Karlin.

Some of Ehrlich's favorite songs were later recorded by other popular Hasidic entertainers, such as Mordechai Ben David, Lipa Shmeltzer and Avraham Fried.

His most popular songs include: Yakkob, the tale of a Jew in Uzbekistan during the Holocaust; Shloof mein kind ("Sleep, my child"), the song of a Jewish woman who finds a child alone in the woods during the Holocaust; and "Williamsburg", a song about Hasidic Williamsburg during the 1950s.


  • Yiddish Nachas
  • Torah
  • Teshuva
  • Shema Beni
  • Ameritchka
  • Emunah
  • Shabbos
  • Luksus (2 Volumes)
  • Chevlei Moshiach (2 Volumes)
  • Shabchi Yerushelayim
  • Middois
  • Dai
  • Shelloy usonny goy
  • Kol Mevaser
  • Yetzias Mitzrayim (2 Volumes)
  • Chessed
  • Elliyohu Hanuvee
  • A Shabbus Mitten Rebben
  • Der Satmerer rebbe (2 Volumes)
  • Bitachon
  • Der Baal Shem Tov (3 Volumes)
  • Ashreinu (2 Volumes)
  • Shoshannas yakkov
  • Emunas Tzadikim (2 Volumes)
  • Rannenu Tzadikim (2 Volumes)

External links

yi:יום טוב עהרליך

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