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Songs from "The wall" the play about the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising : ghetto, partisan, folk, and love songs.

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    Overview

    Series
    Smithsonian Folkways archival
    Smithsonian Folkways archival.
    Format
    Musical sound recording
    Published
    Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, p2007
    Contents
    Oy, a Nacht a sheyne = Oh, what a lovely night
    Sheyn bin ich, sheyn = Pretty am I, so pretty
    Tsipele = Little Tsipele
    Ver der ershter vet lachn = Who will be the first to laugh
    Shtil, di Nacht iz oysgeshternt = Silent, starry night
    Yisrolik
    Farvos iz der himl geven nechtn Loyter? = Why was the sky so bright yesterday?
    Oyf dem zamd fun Negev = On the sands of the Negev
    A mame's nign = A mother's melody
    Findjan = The steaming kettle
    Oy, dortn, dortn ibern vaserl = Oh, there across the water
    Frunze verde = Green leaves
    Noch a glezele tey = Another little cup of tea
    Idish = Yiddish
    Motele.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Lampell, Millard, 1919-1997.
    Horowitz, Norbert.
    Karin, Rita.
    Horowitz, Rochelle.
    Atlas, Allan W.
    Notes
    Previously issued in 1961 as analog disc, Folkways Records : FG 3558.
    Songs interpolated into Millard Lampell's Broadway play The wall, based on John Hersey's novel by the same name.
    The original LP liner notes are available online at www.smithsonianglobalsound.org and as a PDF file on the disc.
    Oy, a Nacht a sheyne = Oh, what a lovely night -- Sheyn bin ich, sheyn = Pretty am I, so pretty -- Tsipele = Little Tsipele -- Ver der ershter vet lachn = Who will be the first to laugh -- Shtil, di Nacht iz oysgeshternt = Silent, starry night -- Yisrolik -- Farvos iz der himl geven nechtn Loyter? = Why was the sky so bright yesterday? -- Oyf dem zamd fun Negev = On the sands of the Negev -- A mame's nign = A mother's melody -- Findjan = The steaming kettle -- Oy, dortn, dortn ibern vaserl = Oh, there across the water -- Frunze verde = Green leaves -- Noch a glezele tey = Another little cup of tea -- Idish = Yiddish -- Motele.
    Sung by Norbert Horowitz, Rita Karin, and Rochelle Horowitz, with concertina and accordion acc. by Allan Atlas.
    Sung in Yiddish.

    Physical Details

    Language
    Yiddish
    Physical Description
    1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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