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Ship, Ina

Spi mladenets

Title

Spi mladenets

Date

1955

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] Included because the melody was used to certain variants of Sholem Aleichem

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Citation

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Hob ikh mir a meydele

Title

Hob ikh mir a meydele

Date

1955

Description

[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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Citation

“Hob ikh mir a meydele,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5831.
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Gekoyft hot mame shimelen

Title

Gekoyft hot mame shimelen

Date

1955

Description

[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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The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

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Citation

“Gekoyft hot mame shimelen,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5832.
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Lomir oyszingen a lid

Title

Lomir oyszingen a lid

Date

1955

Description

[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.

Rights

YIVO owns the compilation of content that is posted on this website, which consists of text, images, and/or audio, and video. However, YIVO does not necessarily own each component of the compilation. Some content is in the public domain and some content is protected by third party rights. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in YIVO websites.

The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

YIVO has employed due diligence in seeking to identify copyright holders of the materials in this compilation. We invite any copyright owners who are not properly identified to contact us at yivomail@yivo.cjh.org.

Citation

“Lomir oyszingen a lid,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5833.
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Vos makhstu feygele

Title

Vos makhstu feygele

Date

1955

Description

[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.

Rights

YIVO owns the compilation of content that is posted on this website, which consists of text, images, and/or audio, and video. However, YIVO does not necessarily own each component of the compilation. Some content is in the public domain and some content is protected by third party rights. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in YIVO websites.

The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

YIVO has employed due diligence in seeking to identify copyright holders of the materials in this compilation. We invite any copyright owners who are not properly identified to contact us at yivomail@yivo.cjh.org.

Citation

“Vos makhstu feygele,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5834.
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Mir zaynen nokh derveyle kleyne kinder

Title

Mir zaynen nokh derveyle kleyne kinder

Date

1955

Description

[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.

Rights

YIVO owns the compilation of content that is posted on this website, which consists of text, images, and/or audio, and video. However, YIVO does not necessarily own each component of the compilation. Some content is in the public domain and some content is protected by third party rights. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in YIVO websites.

The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

YIVO has employed due diligence in seeking to identify copyright holders of the materials in this compilation. We invite any copyright owners who are not properly identified to contact us at yivomail@yivo.cjh.org.

Citation

“Mir zaynen nokh derveyle kleyne kinder,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5835.
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Dortn oyf di vegn

Title

Dortn oyf di vegn

Date

1955

Description

[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.

Rights

YIVO owns the compilation of content that is posted on this website, which consists of text, images, and/or audio, and video. However, YIVO does not necessarily own each component of the compilation. Some content is in the public domain and some content is protected by third party rights. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in YIVO websites.

The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

YIVO has employed due diligence in seeking to identify copyright holders of the materials in this compilation. We invite any copyright owners who are not properly identified to contact us at yivomail@yivo.cjh.org.

Citation

“Dortn oyf di vegn,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5836.
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Es brent di arbet

Title

Es brent di arbet

Date

1955

Description

[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.

Rights

YIVO owns the compilation of content that is posted on this website, which consists of text, images, and/or audio, and video. However, YIVO does not necessarily own each component of the compilation. Some content is in the public domain and some content is protected by third party rights. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in YIVO websites.

The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

YIVO has employed due diligence in seeking to identify copyright holders of the materials in this compilation. We invite any copyright owners who are not properly identified to contact us at yivomail@yivo.cjh.org.

Citation

“Es brent di arbet,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5837.
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