A kleinichker vintele | A ganze vokh
Phonograph record 5. USSR, 2 sides. Tatyana Weintraub, vocalist; State Ukrainian SSR Folk Music and Dance Ensemble, Solomon Feintuch, conductor. Recorded in Kiev, 1939.
Side A: A kleinichker vintele (A kleynikhker vintele). Folk song, arranged by Joel Engel.
Side B: A ganze vokh (A gantse vokh). Folk song, arranged by Solomon Feintuch.
Yiddish singer Tatyana Weintraub (Tatiana Vayntraub) may have been "disappeared" during a Stalinist purge (see Joel Rubin, liner notes to CD "Shalom Comrade"). Solomon Feintuch (1899-1985) was a popular and prolific Soviet-Ukrainian conductor-composer-pianist-arranger.
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