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Wasilievsky, Sholem

Title

Wasilievsky, Sholem

Subject

Born: Barshad, Podolier Gub., late 1890s.
Came to the U.S.A. in 1928.
[From blue index, RG 620, box 30]

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Oy a foterl, toy otets

Title

Oy a foterl, toy otets

Date

1948

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Citation

“Oy a foterl, toy otets,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/4651.
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Oy a foterl, toy otets

Title

Oy a foterl, toy otets

Date

1948

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“Oy a foterl, toy otets,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/4703.
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Di ershte nakht fin peysekh tsim seyder - recitation

Title

Di ershte nakht fin peysekh tsim seyder - recitation

Description

[First, Sholem Wasiliewsky recites the poem, then Yehudis Wasiliewsky sings the song. I seem to recall a variant of this, which I collected in Montreal from a certain Mr. Mamelok] [Note from black hardbound catalog for tape 36:] A talk with Daniel Lipkovitsh, Sholem Wasiliewsky, Yehudis Wasiliewsky (his friends). As the conversation progressed Daniel touched upon many types of YIDDISH SONGS (folk and authored) he recalled from his childhood and youth in Warsaw. As he remembered them, he sang them. They are listed in the order of their occurrence on the tape. (taped 1964-1966)

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“Di ershte nakht fin peysekh tsim seyder - recitation,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5304.
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Di ershte nakht fin peysekh tsim seyder - sung

Title

Di ershte nakht fin peysekh tsim seyder - sung

Description

[track note from YIVO (white tape box) First, Sholem Wasiliewsky recites the poem, then Yehudis Wasiliewsky sings the song. I seem to recall a variant of this, which I collected in Montreal from a certain Mr. Mamelok] [Note from black hardbound catalog for tape 36:] A talk with Daniel Lipkovitsh, Sholem Wasiliewsky, Yehudis Wasiliewsky (his friends). As the conversation progressed Daniel touched upon many types of YIDDISH SONGS (folk and authored) he recalled from his childhood and youth in Warsaw. As he remembered them, he sang them. They are listed in the order of their occurrence on the tape. (taped 1964-1966)

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Citation

“Di ershte nakht fin peysekh tsim seyder - sung,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5305.
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Sholem Wasilievsky discusses Moyshe Linder

Title

Sholem Wasilievsky discusses Moyshe Linder

Date

1966?

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Underworld song) [Note from black hardbound catalog for tape 36:] A talk with Daniel Lipkovitsh, Sholem Wasiliewsky, Yehudis Wasiliewsky (his friends). As the conversation progressed Daniel touched upon many types of YIDDISH SONGS (folk and authored) he recalled from his childhood and youth in Warsaw. As he remembered them, he sang them. They are listed in the order of their occurrence on the tape. (taped 1964-1966)

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Citation

“Sholem Wasilievsky discusses Moyshe Linder,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5356.
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