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Social Significance

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Social Significance

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"During the last quarter of the nineteenth century, the songs of the craftsmen and apprentices were but a distant echo. New sounds and rhythms, under the pressure of economical and political struggles against tsarist oppression, were surfacing in a different type of Yiddish folksong, created by working men and women. These new struggle songs were heard at clandestine political meetings and street encounters with the tsarist police. Often set to a brisk marching tempo, some of the songs seem to have been created in the very heat of struggle." (Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive, p. 227).

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Hulyet, hulyet, beyze vintn

Title

Hulyet, hulyet, beyze vintn

Date

1948

Description

[Ruth Rubin sings harmony on last chorus, & comments:

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Tates mames kinderlekh boyen barikadn

Title

Tates mames kinderlekh boyen barikadn

Date

1948

Description

[Ruth Rubin sings harmony at end & adds a spoken comment:

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Ale mentshn zaynen brider

Title

Ale mentshn zaynen brider

Date

1961

Description

[Note from tape log inside tape box:] Text: I.L. Peretz, Tune: Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. [Tape log in Yiddish alef-beys also inside box.]

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S’loyfn, s’yogn shvartse volkn

Title

S’loyfn, s’yogn shvartse volkn

Date

1956

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Du host ge-akert un gezeyt

Title

Du host ge-akert un gezeyt

Date

1957

Description

(location note Public Libary, N.Y.C. Tremont Branch) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Fintster, kalt un nas

Title

Fintster, kalt un nas

Date

1958

Description

(From Lazer Axelbank’s wire recorder. The whole family is singing this song.) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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In Gezaltsenem yam

Title

In Gezaltsenem yam

Date

1958

Description

(From Lazer Axelbank’s wire recorder) (Melody only of Sh. Anski’s “In Gezaltsenem Yam”) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Es royshn, es yogn shvartse volkn

Title

Es royshn, es yogn shvartse volkn

Date

1958

Description

(From Lazer Axelbank’s wire recorder) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Es dremlt in turme

Title

Es dremlt in turme

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Di shrit fun tiranen

Title

Di shrit fun tiranen

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Mir vern ershosn, erhangen

Title

Mir vern ershosn, erhangen

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Oy, orem un elnt

Title

Oy, orem un elnt

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Veyn nit bruder

Title

Veyn nit bruder

Date

1950

Description

(Borukh Shulman) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Brokhe fun Minsk recalls some of the incidents of her youth during the revolutionary movement in Russia

Title

Brokhe fun Minsk recalls some of the incidents of her youth during the revolutionary movement in Russia

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Heylik iz di natur

Title

Heylik iz di natur

Date

1948

Description

(Revolutionary Hymn) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Mit eyn hant hostu undz gegebn di konstitutzie

Title

Mit eyn hant hostu undz gegebn di konstitutzie

Date

1964

Description

(fragment) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Oy, der reve mit dem pop

Title

Oy, der reve mit dem pop

Date

1964

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Ikh hob keynem nit geshosn

Title

Ikh hob keynem nit geshosn

Date

1964

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Ikh gey iber felder

Title

Ikh gey iber felder

Date

1948

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Fintster, glitshik iz oyfn gas

Title

Fintster, glitshik iz oyfn gas

Date

1948

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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A loyb un gezang der mi un der arbet

Title

A loyb un gezang der mi un der arbet

Date

1961

Description

(Literary origin?) [Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Dort in vinkl, in nasn keler

Title

Dort in vinkl, in nasn keler

Date

1961

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Farmutshet in fintsterer tfise

Title

Farmutshet in fintsterer tfise

Date

1961

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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In Engeland iz do a shtot Lester

Title

In Engeland iz do a shtot Lester

Date

1955

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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In an enger shtibele

Title

In an enger shtibele

Date

1955

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Es loyfn un es yogn shvartse volkns

Title

Es loyfn un es yogn shvartse volkns

Date

1948

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Du vest zayn a gvir, mayn Zhamele

Title

Du vest zayn a gvir, mayn Zhamele

Date

1955

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Papa, ikh freg bay dir

Title

Papa, ikh freg bay dir

Date

1955

Description

(fragment) [Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

Date

1955

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

Date

1955

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

Date

1955

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

Date

1956

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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In der shmide bay dem fayerl

Title

In der shmide bay dem fayerl

Date

1956

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community. 41903 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Un du akerst, un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst, un du zeyst

Date

1956

Description

[Note in the LOC tape box} In this category of song, which spans the last quarter of the 19th century and into the 20th, there are a number of songs of literary origin. The poems of David Edelshtat, Morris Winchevsky, Morris Rosenfeld, A. Litvin and others, were popular in both the American-Yiddish-speaking community and the East European Yiddish-speaking community. However, variants were created more in the East European community.

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Der gezaltsener yam mit di

Title

Der gezaltsener yam mit di

Date

1964

Description

41901 Ruth Rubin tape was digitized.

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Ver akert un ver fitert?

Title

Ver akert un ver fitert?

Date

1964

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In der shtubnye ba dem fayer

Title

In der shtubnye ba dem fayer

Date

1964

Description

Version of “In der kuznye” (Mixed language?)

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Di mashines klapn

Title

Di mashines klapn

Date

1948

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In droysn iz fintster

Title

In droysn iz fintster

Date

1948

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Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Title

Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Date

1948

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Genug dir shoyn tsu veynen

Title

Genug dir shoyn tsu veynen

Date

1961

Description

(fragment -- Allan Warshawsky’s tape)

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Lomir ale zingen a zemerl

Title

Lomir ale zingen a zemerl

Date

1962

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Laytishe mazoles tuen oyfn vaser shvimen

Title

Laytishe mazoles tuen oyfn vaser shvimen

Date

1962

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In der kuznye

Title

In der kuznye

Date

1948

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In gazaltsenem yam fun di mentshlekhe trern

Title

In gazaltsenem yam fun di mentshlekhe trern

Date

1948

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Dort in vinkl in nasn keler

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Dort in vinkl in nasn keler

Date

1948

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Trogt aroys di royt-heylike fone

Title

Trogt aroys di royt-heylike fone

Date

1948

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Un ir muzt dokh ale visn

Title

Un ir muzt dokh ale visn

Date

1948

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Dayn futers reyd

Title

Dayn futers reyd

Date

1948

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Der arbeter hot di elektere derklert

Title

Der arbeter hot di elektere derklert

Date

1948

Description

(Fragment)

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Vos shloft ir, ir shlefer?

Title

Vos shloft ir, ir shlefer?

Date

1948

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Khanele iz fun der arbet gegangen

Title

Khanele iz fun der arbet gegangen

Date

1955

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Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Title

Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Date

1955

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Az men fort keyn Sevastopol

Title

Az men fort keyn Sevastopol

Date

1954

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Kegn gold fun zun

Title

Kegn gold fun zun

Date

1954

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Dzhankoye

Title

Dzhankoye

Date

1964

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Kegn gold fun zun

Title

Kegn gold fun zun

Date

1948

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Rusland, du groyse medine

Title

Rusland, du groyse medine

Date

1956

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Ven Hershke iz fun shtub aroysgegangen (fragment)

Title

Ven Hershke iz fun shtub aroysgegangen (fragment)
Hersh Lekert

Date

1948

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Der zeyger hot tsvelef geshlogn (fragment)

Title

Der zeyger hot tsvelef geshlogn (fragment)
Hersh Lekert

Date

1948

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Dort in vinkl in nasn keler

Title

Dort in vinkl in nasn keler

Date

1948

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Der arbeter hot di elektre derklert

Title

Der arbeter hot di elektre derklert

Date

1948

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Dayn foters reyd, her tsu mayn kind

Title

Dayn foters reyd, her tsu mayn kind

Date

1948

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A redele iz di gore velt

Title

A redele iz di gore velt

Date

1948

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Vos shloft ir, ir shlefer

Title

Vos shloft ir, ir shlefer

Date

1948

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Di mashines klapn

Title

Di mashines klapn

Date

1948

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Mir hobn oysgeharget ale straykers

Title

Mir hobn oysgeharget ale straykers

Date

1962

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Di shvartse makhshoves

Title

Di shvartse makhshoves

Date

1962

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Ot azoy neyt a shnayder

Title

Ot azoy neyt a shnayder

Date

1964

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Numbers 12-14 were songs which Bessie Dux remembered from her childhood in a home frequented (in New York City) by anarchist-workers.

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Nekhtn hot er gefirt...

Title

Nekhtn hot er gefirt...

Date

1964

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Numbers 12-14 were songs which Bessie Dux remembered from her childhood in a home frequented (in New York City) by anarchist-workers.

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Se yogt un es traybt

Title

Se yogt un es traybt
S’loyfn, s’yogn shvartse volkn

Date

1964

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Numbers 12-14 were songs which Bessie Dux remembered from her childhood in a home frequented (in New York City) by anarchist-workers.

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Oyf di beymer...

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Oyf di beymer...

Date

1947

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Shvester un brider

Title

Shvester un brider

Date

1947

Description

The interrogator in No. 16 is Wolf Younin.

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Di hoykhe moyern

Title

Di hoykhe moyern

Date

1967

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Vos in Frankraykh iz geshen (fragment)

Title

Vos in Frankraykh iz geshen (fragment)
Dreyfusl mayn kind

Date

1955

Description

About Dreyfus Tape song order as per version on LC tape/log

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Yidn, bney rakhmonim

Title

Yidn, bney rakhmonim

Date

1955

Description

About Czarist oppression again Jews Tape song order as per version on LC tape/log

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Ver es hot in blat gelezn

Title

Ver es hot in blat gelezn

Date

1955

Description

About 1871 pogrom in Odessa Tape song order as per version on LC tape/log

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Klogt un veynt ir Yidishe kinder

Title

Klogt un veynt ir Yidishe kinder

Date

1956

Description

Ballad about Dreyfus. Tape song order as per version on LC tape/log

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Shtromen blut un taykhn trern

Title

Shtromen blut un taykhn trern

Date

1956

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About progrom in Kishinev, 1903 Tape song order as per version on LC tape/log

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In Ades af der gas

Title

In Ades af der gas

Date

1966

Description

Ballad of Odessa pogrom Tape song order as per version on LC tape/log

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