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Tape 35 - Social Significance III

Title

Tape 35 - Social Significance III

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S’loyfn, s’yogn shvartse volkn

Title

S’loyfn, s’yogn shvartse volkn

Date

1956

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Du host ge-akert un gezeyt

Title

Du host ge-akert un gezeyt

Date

1957

Description

(location note Public Libary, N.Y.C. Tremont Branch) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Fintster, kalt un nas

Title

Fintster, kalt un nas

Date

1958

Description

(From Lazer Axelbank’s wire recorder. The whole family is singing this song.) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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In Gezaltsenem yam

Title

In Gezaltsenem yam

Date

1958

Description

(From Lazer Axelbank’s wire recorder) (Melody only of Sh. Anski’s “In Gezaltsenem Yam”) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Es royshn, es yogn shvartse volkn

Title

Es royshn, es yogn shvartse volkn

Date

1958

Description

(From Lazer Axelbank’s wire recorder) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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“Es royshn, es yogn shvartse volkn,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5321.
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Es dremlt in turme

Title

Es dremlt in turme

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Di shrit fun tiranen

Title

Di shrit fun tiranen

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Mir vern ershosn, erhangen

Title

Mir vern ershosn, erhangen

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Oy, orem un elnt

Title

Oy, orem un elnt

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Veyn nit bruder

Title

Veyn nit bruder

Date

1950

Description

(Borukh Shulman) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Brokhe fun Minsk recalls some of the incidents of her youth during the revolutionary movement in Russia

Title

Brokhe fun Minsk recalls some of the incidents of her youth during the revolutionary movement in Russia

Date

1948

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Heylik iz di natur

Title

Heylik iz di natur

Date

1948

Description

(Revolutionary Hymn) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Mit eyn hant hostu undz gegebn di konstitutzie

Title

Mit eyn hant hostu undz gegebn di konstitutzie

Date

1964

Description

(fragment) [Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Oy, der reve mit dem pop

Title

Oy, der reve mit dem pop

Date

1964

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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Ikh hob keynem nit geshosn

Title

Ikh hob keynem nit geshosn

Date

1964

Description

[Note in LOC Ruth Rubin Catalog, not in either tape box or YIVO black book] Note: Some of these songs (as others in this collection) have been retained in the memory of the singers for as long as 50 years. Consequently, the contamination of “Anglicism” (or Americanisms) in their spoken language as well as their song literature is a natural phenomenon. This “contamination” is not due to creating variants to the songs…in most cases…

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