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Tape 34 - Social Significance II

Title

Tape 34 - Social Significance II

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Ikh gey iber felder

Title

Ikh gey iber felder

Date

1948

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.

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Fintster, glitshik iz oyfn gas

Title

Fintster, glitshik iz oyfn gas

Date

1948

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.

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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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Dort in vinkl, in nasn keler

Title

Dort in vinkl, in nasn keler

Date

1961

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.

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Farmutshet in fintsterer tfise

Title

Farmutshet in fintsterer tfise

Date

1961

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.

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In Engeland iz do a shtot Lester

Title

In Engeland iz do a shtot Lester

Date

1955

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.

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In an enger shtibele

Title

In an enger shtibele

Date

1955

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.

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Es loyfn un es yogn shvartse volkns

Title

Es loyfn un es yogn shvartse volkns

Date

1948

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.

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Du vest zayn a gvir, mayn Zhamele

Title

Du vest zayn a gvir, mayn Zhamele

Date

1955

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.

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Papa, ikh freg bay dir

Title

Papa, ikh freg bay dir

Date

1955

Description

(fragment) [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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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

Date

1955

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.

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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

Date

1955

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.

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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

Date

1955

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.

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Un du akerst un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst un du zeyst

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.

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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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Un du akerst, un du zeyst

Title

Un du akerst, un du zeyst

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.

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