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Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).
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