Look up artist Wilder, Alec
Name: Wilder, Alec
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Title: Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen -- ראָזשינקעס מיט מאַנדלען
Also known as: Shlof Mayn Kind Shlof
Author: Goldfaden, Avrom -- גאָלדפֿאַדען, אַבֿרהם
Composer: Goldfaden, Avrom -- גאָלדפֿאַדען, אַבֿרהם
Song Comment: From the operetta "Shulamis"
Origin: ML MTAG 04/Alb K-014(a)/GYF 7/Alb L-023(a)/Alb C-015(a)/Vinkov 4 188/Sh Sh 37/
Transliteration: ML MTAG 04/GYF 06/Alb D-004(k)/Alb C-015(a)/Alb R-001(a)/Alb L-023(a)
Translation: Alb L-023(a)/Bikel 99/GYF 7/Alb K-014(a)/Alb O-001(a)/Alb R-001(a)Sh Sh 36
Music: ML MTAG 05/Bikel 99/Vinkov 4 188/Metro Scher 20
Additional song notes: See Gottlieb, p. 43-44 for relationship to Berlin's "Blue Skies"
See Ephemera 80 for singable English adapation by Edith Finell.
Orig, Translit & Translat on Alb B-211(a)
Related information in folder 189:
On album: Y-018(b) (Where Dreams Are Born Jewish Lullabies)
- Comments: 1Essay in the magazine "Judiasm" by Marvin Kaplan titled "Raisins and Almonds" Goldfaden's Glory". Analayzes song text and also provides biographical information.
2. Transliteration and singable Yiddish translation by Edith Finell.
3. Article in Yiddish Forverts of June 17-23, 2011 by Yitzkhak Ludan (Israel) titled "Di Vizie Fun "Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen'" (The Vision of Raisens and Almonds". An analysis of the present political situation in the Middle East with a pessimistic conclusion that the implied security and prosperity in the song Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen will not be realized for some time to come.
Track ID: 19112
Translation, English Wilder, Alec
Artist Rosenthal, Margie & Ilene Safyan
First line: To my little one's cradle in the night, comes a new goat...
First line:אין דעם בית־המקדש, אין אַ װינקל־חדר, זיצט די אַלמנה בת־ציון….
Track comment: From the operetta "Shulamis"
Title: Abi Gezunt (Nemo, American Swing)
Also known as: A Bee Gezindt
Subject: Hep Cat/Square
On album: F-045(a)2 (From Avenue A To The Great White Way/ Yiddish & American Popular Songs/ Disk 2)
Track ID: 28557
Vocal Bailey, Mildred
Trumpet Eldridge, Roy
Clarinet/Alto Saxaphone Burns, Robert
Clarinet/Alto Saxaphone Merrill, Reggie
Bass Clarinet Prager, Carl
Flute Powell, Eddie
Oboe/French Horn Miller, Mitch
Piano Wilson, Teddy
Guitar Collis, John
String Bass Peterson, Pete
Drums Beason, Bill
Arranger Wilder, Alec
First line: I never knew a hep cat from a square, and I was called a bringdown everywhere,
Track comment: Originally recorded Jan 25, 1940, Columbia 35409/ Recorded as "A Bee Gezind"
Style: Swing/Pop/Big Band