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Slucki, Avrohom

O, di velt vet vern yinger

Title

O, di velt vet vern yinger
Di tsukunft

Date

1967

Description

Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs, Warsaw, Poland, 1920s-1933. Moshe Perenson and Avrohom Slucki recall the composer Yosef Glatshteyn, who trained the singers in this chorus. Moshe Perenson stresses certain aspects of this youth chorus and also his work with dramatic groups, etc. The general tone of this talk is sparked by inspiration and warm memories. Their enthusiasm of the years of their youth permeates their words. Perenson concludes with a few vivid comments about the gala national jamboree of Jewish working youth from all over Poland, in 1933, in the Tsirk- where Moyshe Broderson’s poetic creation “Der iberbrukh” (built on historical episodes of the Jewish working class movement in Poland) was presented. The sports organization Der morgnshtern was also part of this huge gala performance. Avrohom Slucki then adds some of his own memories and sings the songs which his young 12 year old brother (at the time), Elye-Leyb Slucki, sang at that particular gala performance, O, di velt vet vern yinger, etc. (Text Morris Winchevsky). Slucki concludes with additional memories, which he continues on the next tape. Information from LC tape log. No log in RG 620 tape box.

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Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete I

Title

Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete I

Date

1967

Description

Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs, Warsaw, Poland, 1920s-1933. Moshe Perenson and Avrohom Slucki recall the composer Yosef Glatshteyn, who trained the singers in this chorus. Moshe Perenson stresses certain aspects of this youth chorus and also his work with dramatic groups, etc. The general tone of this talk is sparked by inspiration and warm memories. Their enthusiasm of the years of their youth permeates their words. Perenson concludes with a few vivid comments about the gala national jamboree of Jewish working youth from all over Poland, in 1933, in the Tsirk- where Moyshe Broderson’s poetic creation “Der iberbrukh” (built on historical episodes of the Jewish working class movement in Poland) was presented. The sports organization Der morgnshtern was also part of this huge gala performance. Avrohom Slucki then adds some of his own memories and sings the songs which his young 12 year old brother (at the time), Elye-Leyb Slucki, sang at that particular gala performance, O, di velt vet vern yinger, etc. (Text Morris Winchevsky). Slucki concludes with additional memories, which he continues on the next tape. Information from LC tape log. No log in RG 620 tape box.

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Heylik iz di natur

Title

Heylik iz di natur
Arbeter-shvue

Date

1967

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Di shtib iz klayn, di shtib iz alt

Title

Di shtib iz klayn, di shtib iz alt
Der kranker shnayder

Date

1967

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Es hert zikh a mekhtike ruf umetum

Title

Es hert zikh a mekhtike ruf umetum
Tsu dem zig

Date

1967

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Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete II

Title

Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete II

Date

1967

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Neyn, neyn, neyn, mer zing ikh nisht

Title

Neyn, neyn, neyn, mer zing ikh nisht

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sang in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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Di beryozkele

Title

Di beryozkele

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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Yene lider velkhe klingen

Title

Yene lider velkhe klingen

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete III

Title

Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete III

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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“Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete III,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 29, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5964.
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