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Es brent di arbet
Es brent di arbet
[Note on typewritten tape log in box:] *born in Europe Among the songs created in the USSR there are both anonymous ones and authored songs. I have tried to separate out some of the singers: into those who were born in Europe (*), those who were born and brought up in the USSR and those who were born in the United States. Those born and brought up in the USSR include in their repertoire, songs created for the Jewish children in their own secular schools, during the 20s and 30s. (**) Dora Wasserman, for instance, was talented dramatically and she recalls song from productions and operettas too. While Ina Ship, remembers the songs from the schools. [Audio problem on one track.
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