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U’bney (Tsu Sholesh Shudes)


U’bney (Tsu Sholesh Shudes)




[Note from Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook):] Fragment, Umaner Chassidic tune “Tsu sholesh sudes” [Note from tape log inside box:] KHASSIDIC [sic] SONG without words, was a MALE song. Hence few women are carriers...The first four tunes were taken off a wire recorder owned by Lazar Axelbank, who recorded his family singing at a house party...The question marks indicate doubt as to the type of NIGGUN (or tune) this might be...It may or may not be a Khassidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals...


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“U’bney (Tsu Sholesh Shudes),” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed March 2, 2024,
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