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Ellin, David

Title

Ellin, David

Subject

Born: Montreal, Canada in 1925.
Lived in New York, N.Y.
Occupation: Actor, Singer.
[From blue index, RG 620, box 30]

Description

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Zhabes un babes, tuen in droysn zitsn

Title

Zhabes un babes, tuen in droysn zitsn

Date

1967

Description

[from LOC box logs] This kind of recording, is done with the thought in mind, of emphasizing the importance of the “intellectual” as carrier of folksong and art song. Born in Montreal 42 years ago, David’s father was the eminent Jewish musicologist, Yisroel Rabinovitsh. The introductory remarks are read by Ruth Rubin from Z. Reizin’s Leksikon fun der Yidisher Literatur. This is followed by David’s remarks about his father and his home environment as a child. He also remarks about his father and his home Note: The extraneous noises are unfortunately traffic sounds of the New York streets…

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Chassidic NIGGUN

Title

Chassidic NIGGUN

Date

1967

Description

[from LOC box logs] This kind of recording, is done with the thought in mind, of emphasizing the importance of the “intellectual” as carrier of folksong and art song. Born in Montreal 42 years ago, David’s father was the eminent Jewish musicologist, Yisroel Rabinovitsh. The introductory remarks are read by Ruth Rubin from Z. Reizin’s Leksikon fun der Yidisher Literatur. This is followed by David’s remarks about his father and his home environment as a child. He also remarks about his father and his home Note: The extraneous noises are unfortunately traffic sounds of the New York streets…

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(David speaks about his mother)

Title

(David speaks about his mother)

Date

1967

Description

[from LOC box logs] This kind of recording, is done with the thought in mind, of emphasizing the importance of the “intellectual” as carrier of folksong and art song. Born in Montreal 42 years ago, David’s father was the eminent Jewish musicologist, Yisroel Rabinovitsh. The introductory remarks are read by Ruth Rubin from Z. Reizin’s Leksikon fun der Yidisher Literatur. This is followed by David’s remarks about his father and his home environment as a child. He also remarks about his father and his home Note: The extraneous noises are unfortunately traffic sounds of the New York streets…

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Hey, tsigelekh

Title

Hey, tsigelekh

Date

1967

Description

(Text and Tune: Mordkhe Gebirtig) [from LOC box logs] This kind of recording, is done with the thought in mind, of emphasizing the importance of the “intellectual” as carrier of folksong and art song. Born in Montreal 42 years ago, David’s father was the eminent Jewish musicologist, Yisroel Rabinovitsh. The introductory remarks are read by Ruth Rubin from Z. Reizin’s Leksikon fun der Yidisher Literatur. This is followed by David’s remarks about his father and his home environment as a child. He also remarks about his father and his home Note: The extraneous noises are unfortunately traffic sounds of the New York streets…

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Fragments from Amol in a tsayt

Title

Fragments from Amol in a tsayt

Date

1967

Description

(Fragments of Lazar Weiner’s cantata Amol in a tsayt (Legend of Toil), text by Goichberg) [from LOC box logs] This kind of recording, is done with the thought in mind, of emphasizing the importance of the “intellectual” as carrier of folksong and art song. Born in Montreal 42 years ago, David’s father was the eminent Jewish musicologist, Yisroel Rabinovitsh. The introductory remarks are read by Ruth Rubin from Z. Reizin’s Leksikon fun der Yidisher Literatur. This is followed by David’s remarks about his father and his home environment as a child. He also remarks about his father and his home Note: The extraneous noises are unfortunately traffic sounds of the New York streets…

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Interview with David Ellin (complete, part I)

Title

Interview with David Ellin (complete, part I)

Date

1967

Description

[from LOC box logs] This kind of recording, is done with the thought in mind, of emphasizing the importance of the “intellectual” as carrier of folksong and art song. Born in Montreal 42 years ago, David’s father was the eminent Jewish musicologist, Yisroel Rabinovitsh. The introductory remarks are read by Ruth Rubin from Z. Reizin’s Leksikon fun der Yidisher Literatur. This is followed by David’s remarks about his father and his home environment as a child. He also remarks about his father and his home Note: The extraneous noises are unfortunately traffic sounds of the New York streets…

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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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Yam lid

Title

Yam lid

Date

1967

Description

(Yiddish translation by Bialik) (Tune: Shneyer) 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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Ikh gey aroys oyfn ganikl

Title

Ikh gey aroys oyfn ganikl

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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Shoyn avek der nekhtn

Title

Shoyn avek der nekhtn

Date

1967

Description

(Text attributed to Dr. Khayim Zhitlovsky) 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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Shoyn tsvey-dray yor mir shpiln shoyn a libe

Title

Shoyn tsvey-dray yor mir shpiln shoyn a libe

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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S’krikht fun d’rerd a grezele.

Title

S’krikht fun d’rerd a grezele.

Date

1967

Description

(Text: Esther Shumiatsher - tune: Lazar Weiner) 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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Ikh tu dir a brivele shraybn

Title

Ikh tu dir a brivele shraybn

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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Zog Maran

Title

Zog Maran

Date

1967

Description

(Text: A. Liesin - Tune: Bugatsh) 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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Di mame kokht verenikes

Title

Di mame kokht verenikes

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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Ay-lye-lyu-lyu (Nor a mame)

Title

Ay-lye-lyu-lyu (Nor a mame)

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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In himl shvimt a volkndl (A maysele)

Title

In himl shvimt a volkndl (A maysele)

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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Interview with David Ellin (complete, part II)

Title

Interview with David Ellin (complete, part II)

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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Kidesh (Makarover)

Title

Kidesh (Makarover)

Date

1967

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Vehi Sheomdo (Makarover)

Title

Vehi Sheomdo (Makarover)

Date

1967

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Rab Eliezer oymer (Makarover)

Title

Rab Eliezer oymer (Makarover)

Date

1967

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Citation

“Rab Eliezer oymer (Makarover),” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5913.
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Ki loy noe (Makarover)

Title

Ki loy noe (Makarover)

Date

1967

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“Ki loy noe (Makarover),” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5914.
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Adir hu (Makarover)

Title

Adir hu (Makarover)

Date

1967

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“Adir hu (Makarover),” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5915.
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Ekhod mi yoydea (Makarover)

Title

Ekhod mi yoydea (Makarover)

Date

1967

Description

Informant omitted verses 9-12

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“Ekhod mi yoydea (Makarover),” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5916.
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Khad gadyo (Makarover - two variants)

Title

Khad gadyo (Makarover - two variants)

Date

1967

Description

Informant omitted verses 9-12

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“Khad gadyo (Makarover - two variants),” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5917.
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