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Theodore Bikel sings Jewish folk songs.

Author: Theodore Bikel; Fred Hellerman
Publisher: New York : Elektra, [1960]
Edition/Format:   Music LP : YiddishView all editions and formats

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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Bikel; Fred Hellerman
OCLC Number: 4128368
Language Note: Sung in Yiddish; words printed as text (Hebrew and Romanized), and English translation, ([20] p. : ill.) inserted.
Notes: Folk songs.
Biographical and historical notes by Theodore Bikel on container.
Performer(s): Theodore Bikel, vocals; with orchestra conducted and arranged by Fred Hellerman.
Description: 1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo ; 12 in.
Contents: Der Rebe Elimelech = The Rabbi Elimelich --
Di yontevdike teyg = The festival days --
Sha shtil = Quiet, be still --
Di ban = The train --
Kum aher du filozof = Come here, my philosopher --
Di mezinke = I gave away my youngest daughter --
A sudenyu = A banquet --
Achtsik er un zibetsik zi = He's 80, she's 70 --
Di mame iz gegangen = My mother went to market --
Margaritkelech = Daisies --
Mu asapru = What shall I say --
Lomir zich iberbeten = Let's make up --
Homentashn --
A chazn oyf Shabes = A cantor came on the Sabbath --
Reyzl --
Other Titles: Rebe Elimelech.
Rabbi Elimelech.
Yontevdike teyg.
Festival days.
Sha shtil.
Quiet, be still.
Kum aher du filozof.
Come here, my philosopher.
Di mezinke.
I gave away my youngest daughter.
Achtsik er un zibetsik zi.
He's 80, she's 70.
Di mame iz gegangen.
My mother went to market.
Mu asapru.
What shall I say.
Lomir zich iberbeten.
Let's make up.
Chazn oyf Shabes.
Cantor came on the Sabbath.
Jewish folk songs


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