The Ruth Rubin Legacy
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Tape 37 - Daniel Lipkovitsh II

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Tape 37 - Daniel Lipkovitsh II

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Interview continues

Title

Interview continues

Date

1966

Description

[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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Kol mekadesh shviyi

Title

Kol mekadesh shviyi

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (A Zmiro “Kol mekadesh shviyi”, sung to the tune of a Mazurka) [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)
Mazurka - excerpt from an operetta

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Shoyn, shoyn, shoyn, di megst shoyn geyn

Title

Shoyn, shoyn, shoyn, di megst shoyn geyn

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Ballad) [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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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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An eybike farbindung

Title

An eybike farbindung

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Ballad) [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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Ana Maryana

Title

Ana Maryana

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Dancing children’s ring game) [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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Concerning Moyshe Linder

Title

Concerning Moyshe Linder

Date

1966?

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Ballad about a well-known underworld character, Moyshe Linder. Sholem Wasilievsky adds a few facts about Linder, which he had read in a book). [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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Tsvey vokhn far erev peysekh

Title

Tsvey vokhn far erev peysekh

Date

1966?

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Ballad about a well-known underworld character, Moyshe Linder. Shoelm Wasilievsky adds a few facts about Linder, which he had read in a book). [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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Sholem Wasilievsky discusses Moyshe Linder

Title

Sholem Wasilievsky discusses Moyshe Linder

Date

1966?

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Underworld song) [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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Ikh bin geven a kleyner yat

Title

Ikh bin geven a kleyner yat

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Underworld song) [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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An es un a trink

Title

An es un a trink

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Watermelon street-cry) [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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Handl, handl, handl

Title

Handl, handl, handl

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Old clothes ventor street-cry) [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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Ver zent ir liber yid?

Title

Ver zent ir liber yid?

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Street vendor’s song) [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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Hert zikh ayn, libe mentshn

Title

Hert zikh ayn, libe mentshn

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Beggar’s song, sung here by Ruth Rubin) [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 dem vald dem grinem

Title

In dem vald dem grinem

Date

1966

Description

[Note from Ruth Rubin tape box log] (Daniel said this Neapolitan tune was picked up from organ grinder on the streets of Warsaw) [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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