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Tape 88 - Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs III

Title

Tape 88 - Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs III

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Neyn, neyn, neyn, mer zing ikh nisht

Title

Neyn, neyn, neyn, mer zing ikh nisht

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sang in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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Citation

“Neyn, neyn, neyn, mer zing ikh nisht,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5960.
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Di beryozkele

Title

Di beryozkele

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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Citation

“Di beryozkele,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5961.
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Yene lider velkhe klingen

Title

Yene lider velkhe klingen

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

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Citation

“Yene lider velkhe klingen,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5962.
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Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd

Title

Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

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YIVO owns the compilation of content that is posted on this website, which consists of text, images, and/or audio, and video. However, YIVO does not necessarily own each component of the compilation. Some content is in the public domain and some content is protected by third party rights. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in YIVO websites.

The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

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Citation

“Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5963.
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Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete III

Title

Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete III

Date

1967

Description

Avrohom Slucki continues with memories and sings a song which he sane in the chorus: Neyn, neyn, neyn mer zing ikh nisht. He tries to remember fragments of some of the other parts of this presentation. He then sings David Einhorn’s Di beryozkele. And then Yene lider velkhe klingen. Moshe Perenson continues with Du fregst mikh, mayn fraynd, and concludes with a few remarks about a current work on Yiddish theatre in Europe which he is preparing with an editorial committee (in Yiddish) in new York (published 1968).

Rights

YIVO owns the compilation of content that is posted on this website, which consists of text, images, and/or audio, and video. However, YIVO does not necessarily own each component of the compilation. Some content is in the public domain and some content is protected by third party rights. It is the user's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in YIVO websites.

The materials on this web site may be used for personal, research and educational purposes only. Publication (including posting on the Internet and online exhibitions) or any other use without prior authorization is prohibited. Please visit https://www.yivo.org/Rights-Reproductions for more information about use of materials from this website.

YIVO has employed due diligence in seeking to identify copyright holders of the materials in this compilation. We invite any copyright owners who are not properly identified to contact us at yivomail@yivo.cjh.org.

Citation

“Tsukunft yugnt khor Memoirs Complete III,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ruthrubin.yivo.org/items/show/5964.
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