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Tape 70 - Songs about Marriage

Title

Tape 70 - Songs about Marriage

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A shadkhn darf men kenen zayn

Title

A shadkhn darf men kenen zayn

Date

1948

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Di mame iz gegangen in mark arayn nokh koylen

Title

Di mame iz gegangen in mark arayn nokh koylen

Date

1948

Description

[Tape problem! Bleed from side 2 ?? ] [Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children

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Sheyn bin ikh, sheyn

Title

Sheyn bin ikh, sheyn

Date

1948

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Tate, tate, geyoyfn ben-zukher

Title

Tate, tate, geyoyfn ben-zukher

Date

1948

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Zayt mir gezunt, khavertes ale

Title

Zayt mir gezunt, khavertes ale

Date

1955

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Meydelekh un vaybelekh, tantst a dreydl

Title

Meydelekh un vaybelekh, tantst a dreydl

Date

1948

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Vos iz fun dem az ikh bin sheyn

Title

Vos iz fun dem az ikh bin sheyn

Date

1948

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

Younin introduces song in Yiddish: He heard the song in 1929 in Lubave (?) Latvia from Yohana Patirmayster; song sung from the point of view of a shadkhn’s (matchmaker’s) daughter... To one listener it sounds like words were put to an instrumental - the intervals and ornaments are not usual for a singer but are for an instrument). She has no new clothes, doesn’t want to go the khupe with anyone. Her father has many enemies. In 3/4 meter.

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Nit keyn gebetene

Title

Nit keyn gebetene

Date

1961

Description

[Informant’s name is given in typewritten tape log in box as: “Lerer” Zakhar.]
[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Tsu vos-zhe gibn dir, mayn libe kind?

Title

Tsu vos-zhe gibn dir, mayn libe kind?

Date

1955

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

The daughter sings she doesn’t want a shuster (shoemaker), or a balegole (driver), stoler (carpenter), koveling, - for various reasons (like, the stolier makht a bet [makes a bed] un git dem vay donershtik a get (on Thursday gives his wife a divorce) - but a dokter (Dr.) - yes. In 3/4 meter.

Compare song #14 on this tape: “Tsu vos-zhe gibn dir, mayn libe kind?” Very similar words, both in 3/4 meter. But #9 chorus is in major key, # 14 in minor key. #9 is humorous; #14 is much darker, and talks a lot about the various types of husbands beating their wives.

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Mekhuteneste mayne

Title

Mekhuteneste mayne

Date

1955

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Az Yosl der klezmer

Title

Az Yosl der klezmer

Date

1955

Description

[Informant’s name is given in typewritten tape log in box as: “Lerer” Zakhar.]
[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

As Yosl the klezmer plays for a celebration, the attendees are merry like a wave in the ocean; they revel and sing and jump and sing....

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Ven eyner vert a khosn

Title

Ven eyner vert a khosn

Date

1956

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] Tedi’s tape.
These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Lomir zikh tsekishn -- Itzik hot shoyn khasene gehat

Title

Lomir zikh tsekishn -- Itzik hot shoyn khasene gehat

Date

1956

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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“Lomir zikh tsekishn -- Itzik hot shoyn khasene gehat,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed November 28, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/2069.
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Vos-zhe vilstu mayn lib kind

Title

Vos-zhe vilstu mayn lib kind

Date

1956

Description

[Prompting from listeners.]
[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

Compare song #14 on this tape: “Tsu vos-zhe gibn dir, mayn libe kind?” Very similar words, both in 3/4 meter. But #9 chorus is in major key, #14 in minor key. #9 is humorous; #14 is much darker, and talks a lot about the various types of husbands beating their wives.

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Ale meydlekh fun undzer land

Title

Ale meydlekh fun undzer land

Date

1956

Description

[With prompting, the informant sings the same song twice.]
Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5.

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Leyg ikh mayn kepele

Title

Leyg ikh mayn kepele

Date

1956

Description

[Note from typewritten tape log in box:] These [marriage songs] are not songs of ceremonials or rites. These are songs which touch upon the marriage theme, either in jest, satirically, in dance or even in a children’s rhyme like [Tape 70] No. 3. Sometimes they bear the mark of the marriage entertainer (badkhn). [Handwritten note:] Like [Tape 70] No. 5

The singer lays her head on her mother’s bed; her mother has pleasure from her daughter, calls her beautiful, she should sleep in good health.
The singer lays her head on her father’s bed; he comments on her beautiful black eyes, he has pleasure from his daughter, she should sleep in good health.
The singer lays her head on her husband’s bed; he has kind words for her, has pleasure from her loves her, she should sleep in good health.
She lays her head on her mother-in-law’s bed; she curses her and says she doesn’t do any work, and sleeps constantly.

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