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Hasidic

Title

Hasidic

Description

See "Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive" p. 214

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Skverer tune

Title

Skverer tune

Date

1954

Description

[Title is from tape log inside box cover. Title in Ruth Rubin catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) is given as: Lubavitsher tune. On tape log, “Lubavitsher” is crossed out & “Skverer” written in by hand.]

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Sadigurer tune

Title

Sadigurer tune

Date

1955

Description

[Note on typed tape log inside tape box:] from her mother who learned it from her father...See: Idelsohn, Jewish Music, p. 429. [Note in black hardbound catalog RG 620:] # [sic]

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Tune

Title

Tune

Date

1956

Description

[Note in black hardbound catalog RG 620:] # [sic]

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Sadigurer tune

Title

Sadigurer tune

Date

1955

Description

# [sic]

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Sadigurer tune

Title

Sadigurer tune

Date

1955

Description

[Note in black hardbound catalog RG 620:] # [sic]

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Tune

Title

Tune

Date

1955

Description

# [sic] Group at library in background

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Sadigurer tunes

Title

Sadigurer tunes

Date

1955

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log in tape box:] same tune again...

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“Shivas Tsion”

Title

“Shivas Tsion”

Date

1948

Description

[Title is from typewritten Ruth Rubin catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook). On tape log inside box cover, title has been crossed out & another title written in Yiddish alef-beyz as: Dem zeydns nigun [sic] ]

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Bratslaver tune

Title

Bratslaver tune

Date

1955

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Al hasela, hakh, hakh

Title

Al hasela, hakh, hakh

Date

1955

Description

[Title is from Ruth Rubin catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook). Title in tape log inside box cover is Al Hasela, hach! hach!]

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Husiatiner tune

Title

Husiatiner tune

Date

1955

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Tune

Title

Tune

Date

1956

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] text (Same melody as Nos. 2, 5, 8) [Title is from Ruth Rubin catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook). Title in tape log inside box cover is given as: ....]

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Khabader tune

Title

Khabader tune

Date

1956

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Khabader tune

Title

Khabader tune

Date

1956

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Khabader tune

Title

Khabader tune

Date

1956

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Tune

Title

Tune

Date

1956

Description

Note in black hardbound catalog RG 620:] # [sic]

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1966

Description

Both brothers sings a snappy nigun twice. Both were now wonderfully animated! [Handwritten note beside track number:] 6/3 1984. (2016 listener hears strong similarities to “Sadeguerer khusidl” played by many klezmorim now).

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Baym breg fun dem yam

Title

Baym breg fun dem yam

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] After World War II, their youngest brother came to Chile and Michoel sings two songs he learned from him. [11a, 11b. This is 11b] which he seemed to forget entirely...

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Zing-zhe mir a tango oyf yidish

Title

Zing-zhe mir a tango oyf yidish

Date

1966

Description

[Spoken introduction in Yiddish before song.]
[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] After World War II, their youngest brother (who survived the death camps of WWII) came to Chile and Michoel sings two songs he learned from him. [11a, 11b] Michoel’s wife prompts.

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] Michoel sings a nigun, which he recalls having heard during World War I, when he was a refugee in Poland. [one listener in 2016 recognizes this as a Lubavich tune]

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Simkhes toyre tsu di hakufes

Title

Simkhes toyre tsu di hakufes

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] A gay dancing tune, sung during Simchat Torah, to the hakofes. Michoel’s wife, Avreml’s wife, and Ruth Rubin join in...[Handwritten note beside track number:} 5/31 1984

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Koydenover nign -- Sholesh sudes

Title

Koydenover nign -- Sholesh sudes

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] Yiddish comments: not Yomim Naroyim, rather a Shalosh Sudes nign, the brothers sing a Koydenover nign. [There may be a problem with track order here: a handwritten arrow is drawn between 61/3 and 61/8, perhaps indicating that order is reversed.]

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Musaf

Title

Musaf

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] Fragments. A slight technical difficulty unfortunately mars this sequence. A Rosh Hashone tfile.

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Rosh hashana musaf tfile

Title

Rosh hashana musaf tfile

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] Avreml comments. Koydenover nusakh.

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Michel Yudelevitch comments on Hazomir Choir of Chile

Title

Michel Yudelevitch comments on Hazomir Choir of Chile

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] Michoel comments about the HAZOMIR CHOIR, organized in Chile which existed from 1955to 1958. [Handwritten:] Did not include Chassidic material.

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Koydenover nign

Title

Koydenover nign

Date

1966

Description

[Handwritten note on typewritten tape log inside box:] Sholesh sudes.

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Koydenover sholesh sudes

Title

Koydenover sholesh sudes

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] The brothers sing a Sholesh s’udet nign, Koydenover. [There may be a problem with track order here: a handwritten arrow is drawn between 61/3 and 61/8, perhaps indicating that order is reversed.]

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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Der tsvey-un-fertsiker

Title

Der tsvey-un-fertsiker

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] Michoel thought it was from the Kotsker Chassidim, but Avreml felt it was from the Mozhitser.

Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers.

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A conversation between two brothers

Title

A conversation between two brothers

Date

1966

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log inside box:] Michoel Yudelevitch, Sept. 1, 1966. A younger brother of Avreml Yudin [aka Avrom Yudin], who is well represented in this collection, had not seen his brother Michoel for 40 years! Now, in 1966, Michoel came to visit from Santiago, Chile, where he has been living since 1936. The two brothers recall a number of nigunim, which they knew together in childhood. It is interesting that on some, they now differ....(They were from a Koydenover home). [Handwritten note:] They were 4 brothers. [Handwritten note beside track number:] ’84

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Lubavitsher tune

Title

Lubavitsher tune

Date

1954

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover tune

Title

Koydenover tune

Date

1956

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Lubavitsher tune

Title

Lubavitsher tune

Date

1956

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenever hopke-dance

Title

Koydenever hopke-dance

Date

1956

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Simkhes-Toyre tune

Title

Simkhes-Toyre tune

Date

1956

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Lubavitsher tune

Title

Lubavitsher tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover Hopke-dance

Title

Koydenover Hopke-dance

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Hava nagila

Title

Hava nagila

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover tune

Title

Koydenover tune

Date

1953

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] Freylekhs. I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover tune

Title

Koydenover tune

Date

1953

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover Kazatske-dance

Title

Koydenover Kazatske-dance

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Tsu Sholesh Sudes

Title

Tsu Sholesh Sudes

Date

1962

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover tune

Title

Koydenover tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Simkhes-Toyre tune

Title

Simkhes-Toyre tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Simkhes-Toyre tune

Title

Simkhes-Toyre tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Simkhes-Toyre tune

Title

Simkhes-Toyre tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note in typewritten tape log inside box:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “clicking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Kol m’kadesh (Koydenover)

Title

Kol m’kadesh (Koydenover)

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box](Friday evening) [Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Eliyohu Hanovi (Koydenover)

Title

Eliyohu Hanovi (Koydenover)

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:](Saturday night) “before m’lave malke...nokh havdole” (Includes Eliohu Hanovi) [Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Shoshanos Yaankov (Koydenover)

Title

Shoshanos Yaankov (Koydenover)

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover tune

Title

Koydenover tune

Date

1948

Description

Frid [sic] joins Yudin here [Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Lubavitsher tune

Title

Lubavitsher tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Ato Bokhartonu

Title

Ato Bokhartonu

Date

1947

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:]? [Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover tune

Title

Koydenover tune

Date

1947

Description

[Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydenover tune

Title

Koydenover tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Lubavitsher tune

Title

Lubavitsher tune

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Koydeover hopke-dance

Title

Koydeover hopke-dance

Date

1953

Description

[Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Kol m’kadesh

Title

Kol m’kadesh

Date

1954

Description

[Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Beratayo

Title

Beratayo

Date

1962

Description

Aramic (?) [sic] [Aramaic ??] [Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Kol m’kadesh (Koydenover)

Title

Kol m’kadesh (Koydenover)

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Kol m’kadesh - kiddush [Note from tape log inside box of tape 8:] I recorded AVREML YUDIN first in 1947 on disks. Subsequently, these disk recording were transferred to tape. That is why the “cliking sound” is heard on these early recordings. I taped Avreml Yudin many times later, as the dates above indicate. He sang many of the old tunes over and over again and the quality hardly changed through the years.

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Mezhbesher tune

Title

Mezhbesher tune

Date

1958

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... To one listener this nign sounds very Hasidic - a march. Tape box states it is a Mezhbesher tune. The singer, Peysekh Axelbank relates (in Yiddish) after he sings that his music teacher, Khazan Hersh? taught solfege in Warsaw 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Mezhbezher tune

Title

Mezhbezher tune

Date

1958

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Mezhbezher tune

Title

Mezhbezher tune

Date

1958

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Mezhbezher tune

Title

Mezhbezher tune

Date

1958

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Lubavitsher tune ["der alter Rebbe's nign”]

Title

Lubavitsher tune ["der alter Rebbe's nign”]

Date

1958

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1958

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] Niggun ? [Singer’s name made illegible by typos here, but given on Tape 11 tape log inside box cover as: Zusia Levitan] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Shneyer Zalmen’s Nign

Title

Shneyer Zalmen’s Nign

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] Niggun ? HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] Niggun ? 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... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] Niggun ? HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] Niggun ? HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] Niggun ? HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Skverer tune

Title

Skverer tune

Date

1948

Description

HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... Mr. Fried states (in Yiddish) his grandfather was a Khusid of the Skverer Rebbe and he often sang this on Shabbos - zmiros - and on various other occasions. 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Shneyer Zalmen’s Nign

Title

Shneyer Zalmen’s Nign

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Same as No. 7 here HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Husiatiner Tune

Title

Husiatiner Tune

Date

1955

Description

{Note from LOC Tape Log, (Same as Tape #7, No. 12)} [Note from tape log inside box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Lo omes ki ekhye

Title

Lo omes ki ekhye

Date

1955

Description

[Sung by Ruth Rubin’s mother.] [Note from tape log inside box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Simkhes-Toyre tune

Title

Simkhes-Toyre tune

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Nign

Title

Nign

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] (Niggun) ? HASIDIC [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 NIGN (or tune) this might be... It may or may not be a Hasidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals... 41897 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Zol shoyn zayn geule

Title

Zol shoyn zayn geule

Date

1955

Description

[Informant’s name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Es vet zayn voyl un fayn

Title

Es vet zayn voyl un fayn

Date

1955

Description

Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Yovo adir bimeyro

Title

Yovo adir bimeyro

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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in a zumer-tog a heysn

Title

in a zumer-tog a heysn

Date

1955

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. [Singer’s name is taken from tape log inside box. Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook)gives name as: Mr. Arnoff.] Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Der rebele, der gabele

Title

Der rebele, der gabele

Date

1955

Description

[Informant’s name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Firt dem rebn in shul arayn

Title

Firt dem rebn in shul arayn

Date

1955

Description

[Informant’s name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Shtil, shtil, shtil

Title

Shtil, shtil, shtil

Date

1955

Description

name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Lekhayim rebenyu

Title

Lekhayim rebenyu

Date

1955

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] “Lerer” Zachar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Kayn Kotsk fort men nit

Title

Kayn Kotsk fort men nit

Date

1955

Description

Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Vuhin fort a yid

Title

Vuhin fort a yid

Date

1958

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog(R6620, black hard-bound notebook), and from tape log inside tape box:] Fragment, Sadigurer drink song. Taken off Dr. Lazar Axelbank’s wire recorder Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Undzer rebenyu

Title

Undzer rebenyu

Date

1958

Description

[Singer’s name taken from tape log inside box cover. First name spelled with typos on other tapes & in Ruth Rubin typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) given as: Z. Lewitan.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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U’bney (Tsu Sholesh Shudes)

Title

U’bney (Tsu Sholesh Shudes)

Date

1962

Description

[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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Oy hert nor Reb Todres

Title

Oy hert nor Reb Todres

Date

1962

Description

[Notes from tape log inside box:] Satire. Raphael Mahler (Israeli) Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Reb Nakhman Bratslaver hot geheysn

Title

Reb Nakhman Bratslaver hot geheysn

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. [Is Singer M. Robbins of 2/8, 2/21 same as Dr. Robbins of 11/14, 53/15? Same date & place. Name is taken from tape log inside box cover; name given in typed Ruth Rubin catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) is Dr. Robins.]

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Chabad nign

Title

Chabad nign

Date

1967

Description

Note: David Ellin also sang a group of Passover songs from the Haggadah, attributed to the Makarover Nusakh, See Tape No. 85.

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