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Les inoubliables chants du ghetto de Sarah Gorby.

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    Overview

    Other Title
    Unforgettable songs of the ghetto.
    Format
    Musical sound recording
    Author/Creator
    Gorby, Sarah.
    Published
    Paris : Arion, p1989
    Contents
    Geyen zey in shvartse reyen
    Mach ye deine eiguelekh tzu
    Dos yingele ligt farbent
    Zog nit keynmol
    Rivkele, di shabesdike
    Tsien zikh makhnes fartribene
    Undzer shtetl brent
    Moyde ani
    Dayn mame kumt nit tzurik
    A yiddish kind fun Polyn
    Kinderlekh, kleyninke
    Es hot zikh der krig shoyn geendikt.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Lasry, Jacques.
    גורבי, שרה זמרת
    Notes
    Title on container verso: Unforgettable songs of the ghetto.
    Compact disc.
    Analog recording.
    Accompanied by texts with English and French translations (15 p. : 1 port.).
    Geyen zey in shvartse reyen -- Mach ye deine eiguelekh tzu -- Dos yingele ligt farbent -- Zog nit keynmol -- Rivkele, di shabesdike -- Tsien zikh makhnes fartribene -- Undzer shtetl brent -- Moyde ani -- Dayn mame kumt nit tzurik -- A yiddish kind fun Polyn -- Kinderlekh, kleyninke -- Es hot zikh der krig shoyn geendikt.
    Sung by Sarah Gorby, with orchestra and Lasry-Baschet sound structures, Jacques Lasry, conductor.

    Physical Details

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

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