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Tape 11 - Hasidic Tunes V

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Tape 11 - Hasidic Tunes V

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Zol shoyn zayn geule

Title

Zol shoyn zayn geule

Date

1955

Description

[Informant’s name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Es vet zayn voyl un fayn

Title

Es vet zayn voyl un fayn

Date

1955

Description

Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Yovo adir bimeyro

Title

Yovo adir bimeyro

Date

1948

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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in a zumer-tog a heysn

Title

in a zumer-tog a heysn

Date

1955

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. [Singer’s name is taken from tape log inside box. Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook)gives name as: Mr. Arnoff.] Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Der rebele, der gabele

Title

Der rebele, der gabele

Date

1955

Description

[Informant’s name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Firt dem rebn in shul arayn

Title

Firt dem rebn in shul arayn

Date

1955

Description

[Informant’s name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Shtil, shtil, shtil

Title

Shtil, shtil, shtil

Date

1955

Description

name in tape log inside box is given as:] ”Lerer” Zakhar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. It should be noted that the songs rendered by Zachar here, are being sung by a very old man. No doubt, when he first sang these songs some 50 years ago, he must have done so with a good deal more spirit and energy.

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Lekhayim rebenyu

Title

Lekhayim rebenyu

Date

1955

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] “Lerer” Zachar. [Singer’s name is taken from YIVO database, based on book “Yiddish Folksongs from the Ruth Rubin Archive.” Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) gives name as: S. Zachar.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Kayn Kotsk fort men nit

Title

Kayn Kotsk fort men nit

Date

1955

Description

Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Vuhin fort a yid

Title

Vuhin fort a yid

Date

1958

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog(R6620, black hard-bound notebook), and from tape log inside tape box:] Fragment, Sadigurer drink song. Taken off Dr. Lazar Axelbank’s wire recorder Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Undzer rebenyu

Title

Undzer rebenyu

Date

1958

Description

[Singer’s name taken from tape log inside box cover. First name spelled with typos on other tapes & in Ruth Rubin typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) given as: Z. Lewitan.] [Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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U’bney (Tsu Sholesh Shudes)

Title

U’bney (Tsu Sholesh Shudes)

Date

1962

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin’s typed catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook):] Fragment, Umaner Chassidic tune “Tsu sholesh sudes” [Note from tape log inside box:] KHASSIDIC [sic] SONG without words, was a MALE song. Hence few women are carriers...The first four tunes were taken off a wire recorder owned by Lazar Axelbank, who recorded his family singing at a house party...The question marks indicate doubt as to the type of NIGGUN (or tune) this might be...It may or may not be a Khassidic tune. Many tunes were table songs tunes [sic], during festivals and Sabbath and holiday meals...

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Oy hert nor Reb Todres

Title

Oy hert nor Reb Todres

Date

1962

Description

[Notes from tape log inside box:] Satire. Raphael Mahler (Israeli) Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc.

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Reb Nakhman Bratslaver hot geheysn

Title

Reb Nakhman Bratslaver hot geheysn

Date

1962

Description

[Note from tape log inside box:] Not all of these songs are Chassidic [sic]. Some are anti-Chassidic; others are Moshiach [sic] songs, etc. [Is Singer M. Robbins of 2/8, 2/21 same as Dr. Robbins of 11/14, 53/15? Same date & place. Name is taken from tape log inside box cover; name given in typed Ruth Rubin catalog (R6620, black hard-bound notebook) is Dr. Robins.]

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