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Zitst a shnayder

Title

Zitst a shnayder

Date

1967

Description

[Note on typewritten tape log in box:] This song he learned from his mother, who didn't know where it was from.

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Bin kh mir a stoyerl

Title

Bin kh mir a stoyerl

Date

1962

Description

Same as "Melokhe melukhe"

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Oremer Arbeter -- Vos vet zayn der sof?

Title

Oremer Arbeter -- Vos vet zayn der sof?

Date

1957

Description

From tape marked “Literary Origin.” Note on tape log inside box:] Text and Tune: Isaac Reingold. Same tune [as Tape 57 Song 15], different interpretation!

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A blik ven ikh gib oyf di arbeter velt -- Vos vet zayn der sof?

Title

A blik ven ikh gib oyf di arbeter velt -- Vos vet zayn der sof?

Date

1956

Description

From tape marked “Literary Origin.” Note on tape log inside box:]

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Folktale: Der royfe un der shuster

Title

Folktale: Der royfe un der shuster

Date

1960

Description

[Folk tale read aloud by Ruth Rubin. Source: J. L. Cohen, Folks mayses. Title handwritten in tape log in Yiddish alef-beys, illegible. Tape box also contains handwritten Yiddish text in composition book from Fordham University, with notes in Engleish, including a dedication:] Dedicated to all the grandmothers who rocked the cradles, and told the tales, when Mother was away earning the livelihood.

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Hot der Feter Itsye

Title

Hot der Feter Itsye

Date

1961

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Bin ikh mir a shnayderl

Title

Bin ikh mir a shnayderl

Date

1955

Description

[Notes on spine of tape box:] Misc. Ballads. Love Songs. Dance Songs. [Notes on back of tape box:] Tape No. 56 of 101. LWO No. 12,330 ?? Speed 7.5. Tracks: Full. Mono. Tape #63: Ballads, Love, dancing songs.

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Bin ikh mir a shnayderl

Title

Bin ikh mir a shnayderl

Date

1947

Description

Ora is eleven years old.

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A shnayder bin ikh oykhet

Title

A shnayder bin ikh oykhet

Date

1948

Description

(work song)

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Ot azoy neyt a shnayder

Title

Ot azoy neyt a shnayder

Date

1948

Description

Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Ot azoy neyt a shnayder

Title

Ot azoy neyt a shnayder

Description

[Typewritten tape log inside box gives informant’s name as: Rachel Grober-Spivack. Variant seen elsewhere: Rokhl Spivack. ?? Typewritten note on tape log:] Work song. Mother ’s varied repertoire is an excellent reflection of the different influences on her: the traditional home of her religious-Chassidic parents, the youth interest in Zion, the current songs of the 19th c. pets and popular tunesmiths, the Ukrainian world around her. (Mother was born and raised in Bessarbia.) [Note in typewritten catalog, RG 620 black hand-bound hard-cover book:] My mother’s repertoire includes many influences: her childhood in her Chassidic home, the sounds and rhymes and songs of her youth (work songs, Zionist songs), the Slavic environment, Hebrew songs from the Kheyder, where her six brothers studied... (Although one log indicates that the items on this tape were recorded in 1955 in New York City, the songs were actually recorded in different session ranging from the 1940s-60s. LS)

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Ikh zits mir bay mayn arbet

Title

Ikh zits mir bay mayn arbet

Date

1955

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Khanele iz fun der arbet gegangen

Title

Khanele iz fun der arbet gegangen

Date

1955

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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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Der arbeter hot di elektere derklert

Title

Der arbeter hot di elektere derklert

Date

1948

Description

(Fragment)

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A gantse vokh

Title

A gantse vokh

Date

1961

Description

[Note from black hardbound catalog:] Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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A gantse vokh

Title

A gantse vokh

Date

1955

Description

[Note from black hardbound catalog:] Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given. 41319

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Uha, ikh libe dir (Eyn un tsvantsik, tsvey un tsvantsik)

Title

Uha, ikh libe dir (Eyn un tsvantsik, tsvey un tsvantsik)

Date

1955

Description

Note from black hardbound catalog:] Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Proletarke shvester mayne

Title

Proletarke shvester mayne

Date

1955

Description

[Note from black hardbound catalog:] Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Ikh shtey oyf gants fri

Title

Ikh shtey oyf gants fri

Date

1955

Description

[Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Tsu danken un tsu loybn

Title

Tsu danken un tsu loybn

Date

1955

Description

{Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Kh’bin geforn keyn Ades

Title

Kh’bin geforn keyn Ades

Date

1948

Description

Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Eyder ikh leyg mikh shlofn

Title

Eyder ikh leyg mikh shlofn

Date

1948

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[Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Tog azoy vi nakht

Title

Tog azoy vi nakht

Date

1948

Description

[Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Oy, vyo, vyo

Title

Oy, vyo, vyo

Date

1963

Description

[Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Mit a nodl, on a nodl

Title

Mit a nodl, on a nodl

Date

1965

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Mit a nodl, on a nodl

Title

Mit a nodl, on a nodl

Date

1962

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Note from black hardbound catalog:] Fragment. Whenever noises are heard on the tape, they are either from traffic noises which intruded themselves into the area where taping was taking place, or the noises of restlessness and fidgeting on the part of the group, which was present. Taping in groups stimulated the memory. Hearing the singers, the response would often be, “That’s not the way I sang it.” And their variants would be given.

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Di mashines klapn

Title

Di mashines klapn

Date

1948

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Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Title

Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Date

1955

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Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Title

Brider, mir hobn geshlosn

Date

1948

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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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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 zun iz shoyn fargangen (Der fodem)

Title

Di zun iz shoyn fargangen (Der fodem)

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[track note from LOC tape Mark Warshawsky’s “Der Fodim”] [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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In droysn iz fintster

Title

In droysn iz fintster

Date

1948

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Tif in veldele

Title

Tif in veldele

Date

1962

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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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Shnel loyfn di reder

Title

Shnel loyfn di reder

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Protest song based on text by D. Edelshtat) [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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