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"Hayda-liu-liu" Performed by Mordkhe Schaechter

Commentary by Itzik Gottesman

“Hayda-liu-liu” was performed by Mordkhe Schaechter in 1954 in New York and was recorded by Leybl Kahn.

Mordkhe Schaechter

Mordkhe Schaechter (1927 – 2007) was a well known Yiddish linguist, grammarian, writer, master teacher and Yiddishist. 399 more words

Yiddish Song Of The Week

"A sikele, a kleyne" Performed by Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman

Notes by Itzik Gottesman

A sikele, a kleyne is based on a popular poem by Avrom Reisen called „In suke.‟ I know of at least three recordings: Louis Danto’s… 523 more words

Yiddish Song Of The Week

Urke Nakhalnik's "Din-toyre" Performed by M. Bauman

This week’s Yiddish Song of the Week, Urke Nakhalnik’s Din-toyre, was recorded by Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman in the Bronx, 1980s. The singer was a neighbor, M. Bauman, from either Lodz or Warsaw. 722 more words

Yiddish Song Of The Week

"Shpilt zhe mir dem nayem sher" Performed by Isaac (Tsunye) Rymer

Notes by Itzik Gottesman

Tsunye Rymer was born in Krasna, Ukraine (Yiddish “Krosne”) and grew up and learned to drink among Bratslaver Hasidim in town. He was an incredible reciter of Sholem-Aleichem. 618 more words

Yiddish Song Of The Week

"Fintster, glitshik" sung by Lifshe Schaechter-Widman

Welcome to the website/blog “The Yiddish Song of the Week” presented by the An-sky Jewish Folklore Research Project (AJFRP). This initiative is part of a larger effort by the AJFRP to revitalize traditional Yiddish folksinging performance and research on the subject. 1,038 more words

Yiddish Song Of The Week