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Iddische Lieder

Recorded Sound | RG Number: RG-91.1982

Nathan Szpiro (1908-1983), Polish-born Yiddish actor and singer, joined the Polish Armed Forces in the East after the outbreak of World War II. Postwar, he entertained in DP camps before emigrating to Israel; he later settled in Canada. The song "Vu ahin zol ikh geyn?" (Side B, Track 2) is often referred to as the "DP Anthem."

Spiro AA 10086 R (1955). Natan Szpiro, vocalist. Orchestral Accompaniment.
Side A Track 1: Rumaniën, Rumaniën (Romanye, romanye). Words and music: Aaron Lebedeff.
Side A Track 2: Ich Will Nischt Sain Kain Rebbe (Ikh vin nisht zayn keyn rebe). Words and music: Unknown.
Side B Track 1: Moischele Main Fraind (Moyshele mayn fraynd). Words and music: Mordecai Gebirtig.
Side B Track 2: Wu Ahin Soll Ich Gehn (Vu ahin zol ikh geyn). Words: S. Kornteuer. Music: Oscar Strok.
Side B Track 3: Iddisch, Iddisch (Yiddish redt zikh azoy sheyn). Words: Isador Lillian. Music: Maurice Rauch.

Date
Recorded:  1955
Language
Yiddish
Genre/Form
Music.
 
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