Paul Zim - Yiddish Songs Of The Holocaust mp3 album
|Genre:||Country & Folk & World|
|Title:||Yiddish Songs Of The Holocaust|
|Date of release:||2000|
|MP3 album size:||1618 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1284 mb|
|Digital formats:||DMF MIDI MP4 MP1 TTA VQF VOX|
She was brought up in Yiddish tradition. The song is written by the late poet Mordechaj Gebirtig, who was killed by the nazis in Cracow ghetto, 1942. Pictures are of children victims and survivors of the holocaust and also pictures of the town! Want more songs of the album Farewell Cracow?
My Hometown Soroke: Yiddish songs of the Ukraine. Berkeley Richmond Jewish Community Centre. We are Here: Songs of Remembrance, Hope and Celebration in the Jewish Tradition, Blue Hills Records. The Best Yiddish Album in the World, Israel Music. Vienna Philharmonic, 2002. Yiddish Songs of the Holocaust, Paul Zim Productions.
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Singer/songwriter Paul Zim specializes in Judaica-based children's and ceremonial music, including albums like 1995's Chanukah Party, the following year's Passover Seder Sing-A-Long, and 1997's A Musical Mazel Tov to the Bride & Groom, all of which were released on his own Paul Zim Productions label. Everybody Sings on Shabbat and Yiddish Songs of the Holocaust were released in mid-2000.
On album: xK-014(a) Track ID: 4023 Author Kheytin-Weinstein Khana - חײטין, חנה Artist Krimm, Marilyn Artist Hodge, Nancy, piano Arranger Alexius, Carl J. First line: In a Litvish derfl vayt, In a shtibl in a zayt First line.
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Yiddish Songs of the Holocaust.
The Klezmatics scored a Grammy in 2007 for best contemporary/world music album; at the time, awards in world music were divided between traditional and contemporary. In 1982, the Klezmorim were nominated for best ethnic album. Yiddish Glory represents a multi-year, ambitious undertaking led by Anna Shternshis, a professor and scholar of Soviet and Yiddish culture at the University of Toronto, and Pavel Lion, a Russian-born musician and scholar of Yiddish literature. Steeped in the history of Russian Holocaust literature and music of the region, she was incredulous that she didn’t recognize a single song.
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Composed By – Mordechai Gebirtig
|2||Unter Dayne Vayse Shtern
Music By – A. Brudno*Written-By – Abraham Sutskever*
Music By – H. Kon*Words By – A. Shevach*
Words By – B. Rubin*Written-By – S. Kaczerkinski*
|5||Unter De Poylishe Grininke Beimelech
Music By – Cantor Moshe Kraus, Cantor S. KelemerWritten-By – Joseph Papiernikov
Music By – A. Brudno*Written-By – S. Kaczerginski*
Music By – J. Ciganeri*Words By – A. Shevach*
|8||Mach Tsu Di Eigelekh
Music By [Melody] – D. Beigelman*Words By – Shpigel*
|9||Dremlen Feigle Af Di Tveign
Music By – YampolskyWords By – Leah Rudnicki
|10||A Yidish Kindt
Written-By [Author] – Chana Chaitin-Weinstein
|11||Rivkele Di Shabesdike
Composed By [Music Composer] – Unknown ArtistWords By – Peysach Kaplan
|12b||Zog Nit Keyn Mol
Composed By – Hirsh Glik
|12c||Am Yisroel Chai
Written-By – Beresovsky, Kanpheisi
- Orchestrated By – Michael Tornick (tracks: 1, 4, 8 to 12c), Rolf Barnes (tracks: 2, 3, 5 to 7)
NotesFull title on release is written as 'Paul Zim sings Yiddish Songs of the Holocaust'.
There is no writer credit for Track 12a.
Total running time: 38:44.
© 2000 © 1990 Paul Zim Productions, Inc. N.Y.C.
Distributed by Sameach Music.
"The music and songs of the Holocaust are a reflection of many deep emotions. One can experience the spirit, hope, and desperation of a tragic period in the history of the world.
"Many thanks to the American Society for Yad Vashem for their generous support of this work.
"These twelve selections are dedicated to the men, women, and children who loved Yiddish music. These songs will forever perpetuate their blessed memory."
Track 1 (Our Town Burns) composed in 1938. Es Brent is one of the most often performed songs at a Holocaust commemoration. Gebirtig wrote most of his songs in the Cracow Ghetto, where he was shot by the Nazis in June of 1942.
Track 2 (Under Your Starry Heaven) was written in the Vilna Ghetto. Brudno himself perished in a concentration camp.
Track 3 (Children): although she suffer the anguish of losing her own children, who perished in the Holocaust, this woman lovingly mothers these little children and wants to spare them any suffering. She wants their lives to be happy and carefree.
Track 4 (Hymn Of Youth) was dedicated to the youth club in the Vilna Ghetto. It was sung whenever they assembled.
Track 5 (Under The Little Green Polish Tree): Papiernikov was one of the pioneers of Yiddish poetry in Israel. Borin in Warsaw, he settled in Israel in 1924. Kraus is a survivor or Bergen-BelsenTrack 6 (Springtime) was written in the Vilna Ghetto, following the death of Kaczerginski's wife in 1943. The song was first introduced in a theatre revue. It was sung in the ghettos and concentration camps. Brudno died in a concentration camp.
Track 7 (Bialystocker Streets): the Bialystocker streets are remembered with love and pain. Gone forever are those streets where Jews lived and worked in poverty, with little hope for the future.
Track 8 (Close Your Little Eyes) Words written in the Lodz Ghetto.
Track 9 (Drowsing Birds) was written in the Vilna Ghetto.
Track 10 (A Jewish Child) was written after the slaughter of children in the ghettos and concentration camps in Lithuania in 1943. The author was deported to the Stutthof concentration camp. She survived and thank G-d lives in New York.
Track 11 (Rivkele, The Shabbath One) was inspired by an occurrence in the Bialystock Ghetto in 1942 when 5,000 Jews were shot by Nazis. Women, whose husbands were killed on that Shabbath Day in July of 1942, were called "Shabbesdike" (the Shabbath ones).
Track 12a (I Believe) is the only non-Yiddish numbers on this recording and comes from our prayer book and one of the 13 principles of faith,. It was a prayer sung by the Jews as they were taken to their deaths.
Track 12b (Never Say) was written in the Vilna Ghetto, and became an anthem of the underground resistance movement. It later spread to other Ghettos.
Track 13c (The Jewish People Live) which concludes this medley on an optimistic notes, was written after the Holocaust and was sung in the Displaced Persons camp in Europe. A song that calls on all Jewish people to come and build in Israel. After death and destruction the Jewish people have once again survived. They have wings again and strength again. Jewish life is eternal.
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