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Bonnie Abrams | A Sudenyu of Yiddish Song

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A Sudenyu of Yiddish Song

by Bonnie Abrams

"A Sudenyu Of Yiddish Song" is truly a result of the folk process. Some of the Songs are from Bonnie's childhood memories and some were learned recently from comtemporary Yiddish performers.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Shtil Di Nakht Iz Oysgeshternt
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2. Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen
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3. Oyfn Pripetshik
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4. Mayn Rue-Platz
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5. Reyzele
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6. Dona Dona
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7. Zog Nit Keyn Mol
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8. Papirosn
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9. Hob Ikh Mir A Mantl
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10. Tumbalalayke
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11. Lid Fun Titanik
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12. Tsores
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13. Meshiakh's Sudenyu
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14. Harbstlid
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"A Sudenyu Of Yiddish Song" is truly a result of the folk process. Some of the songs are from my childhood memories and some were learned recently from contemporary Yiddish performers - many of whom I met in the summer of 1992 at "Buffalo On The Roof" - a Yiddish music camp in Capon Bridge, West Virginia. To my great surprise and joy, I discovered that Yiddish did not die in the concentration camps. It is very much alive today - "Mir zeynen do!" and so I'm proud to offer "A Sudenyu of Yiddish Song".

Bonnie Abrams

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