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Title: Shiru Shabtai Tsvi -- שירו שבּתאי צבי
Also known as: Shiru
Author: Julovsky, Yeszhe
Composer: Olshanetsky, Alexander -- אָלשאַנעצקי, אַלעקסאַנדער
Genre: Theater/Historical
Subject: Shabtai Tsvi/Messiah/Praise
Origin: Levin N 144
Transliteration: Levin N 144
Translation: Levin N. 144
On album: P-002(c)
Track ID: 13950
Artist: Peerce, Jan
Artist: RCA Victor Orch
Artist: Bass, Werner S.
First line: Shiru ladonoy shir khodosh, shir khodosh kol hoamim.
First line:שירו לד' שיר חדש, שיר חדש כּל העמים; הבה נגילה ונשׂמחה בּו.
Track comment: Written for play "ShabtaiTsvi" produced in 1923
Language: Hebrew/Yiddish
Style: Operatic/Concert

Title: Shiru Shabtai Tsvi -- שירו שבּתאי צבי
Also known as: Shiru
Author: Julovsky, Yeszhe
Composer: Olshanetsky, Alexander -- אָלשאַנעצקי, אַלעקסאַנדער
Genre: Theater/Historical
Subject: Shabtai Tsvi/Messiah/Praise
Origin: Levin N 144
Transliteration: Levin N 144
Translation: Levin N. 144
On album: P-002(f)
Track ID: 13951
Artist: Peerce, Jan
Artist: RCA Victor Orch
Artist: Bass, Werner S.
First line: Shiru ladonoy shir khodosh, shir khodosh kol hoamim.
First line:שירו לד' שיר חדש, שיר חדש כּל העמים; הבה נגילה ונשׂמחה בּו.
Track comment: Written for play "Shabtai Tsvi" produced in 1923
Language: Hebrew/Yiddish
Style: Operatic/Concert

Title: A Dudele -- אַ דודעלע
Also known as: Dem Berditshevers Rovs Dudke
Author: Barditshever, Reb Levi Yitskhok -- באַרדיטשעװער, רעב לוי יצחק
Composer: Barditshever, Reb Levi Yitskhok -- באַרדיטשעװער, רעב לוי יצחק
Genre: Religious
Subject: Khasidic/Faith/Praise/Presence/Melody
Origin: Kotylan 36
Transliteration: Kotylan 36/Album R-034(k)
Translation: Alb B-001(a)/Alb D-002(b)/Album R-034(k)
Music: Kotylan 37
On album: C-023(g)
Track ID: 136
Artist: Peerce, Jan
Artist: RCA Victor Orch
Artist: Low, Leo -- ליאָװ (משה לײב), לעאָ
Artist: Bass, Werner S.
First line: Reboynu shel olam, Ikh vel dir a dudele zingen, du du du du,
First line (Yiddish):רבוֹנוֹ של עוֹלם, איך װעל דיר אַ דודעלע זינגען, דו דו דו דו,
Track comment: Words and music traditionally credited to Reb Levi Yitskhok
Language: Yiddish

Title: Eli Eli (Sandler) -- אלי אלי (סאַנדלער)
Author: Sandler, Jacob Koppel -- סאַנדלער, יעקב קאָפּעל
Composer: Sandler, Jacob Koppel -- סאַנדלער, יעקב קאָפּעל
Genre: Theatre/Lament/Religious
Subject: Plea/Persecution/Faith/Torture/Abandonment/Question
Origin: ML PYS 220/Ephemera 598/Metro Scher 31
Transliteration: Ausabel 676/Alb K-047(a)/ML PYS 220/Alb K-047(a)/Alb P-028(a)/L-048(a)
Translation: Alb L-048(a)/Ausubel Folk 676/Alb K-047(a)/Alb R-009(b)/Vorbei 233
Music: Ausubel Folk 676/ML PYS 221/Metro Scher 31
Additional song notes: Cited in Nulman 74 Written For the play "Brokhe, Oder - DerYidisher Kenig Fun Poyln Oyf Eyn Nakht. - 1896. In Sheetmusic # 58 there are indications that the song was heard in various parts of Europe as a folk song, but then claimed by Sandler and Tomoshevsky because it was sung in their operetta "Brokha or The Jewish King of Poland for a Night". See Heskes entry 1194. Also transliteration and translation Published in Gottlieb 290

Related information in folder 991:On album: P-002(c)
Track ID: 4560
Artist: Peerce, Jan
Artist: RCA Victor Orch
Artist: Ellstein, Abe -- עלשטײַן, אײב
First line: Eli, Eli lomo azavtoni? In fayer un flam hot men undz...
First line:אלי, אלי, למה עזבֿתּני? (2) אין פֿײַער און פֿלאַם האָט מען אונדז..
Track comment: Yidisher Kenig Fun Poyln Oyf Eyn Nakht. - 1896
Language: Yiddish/Hebrew

Title: Eli Eli (Sandler) -- אלי אלי (סאַנדלער)
Author: Sandler, Jacob Koppel -- סאַנדלער, יעקב קאָפּעל
Composer: Sandler, Jacob Koppel -- סאַנדלער, יעקב קאָפּעל
Genre: Theatre/Lament/Religious
Subject: Plea/Persecution/Faith/Torture/Abandonment/Question
Origin: ML PYS 220/Ephemera 598/Metro Scher 31
Transliteration: Ausabel 676/Alb K-047(a)/ML PYS 220/Alb K-047(a)/Alb P-028(a)/L-048(a)
Translation: Alb L-048(a)/Ausubel Folk 676/Alb K-047(a)/Alb R-009(b)/Vorbei 233
Music: Ausubel Folk 676/ML PYS 221/Metro Scher 31
Additional song notes: Cited in Nulman 74 Written For the play "Brokhe, Oder - DerYidisher Kenig Fun Poyln Oyf Eyn Nakht. - 1896. In Sheetmusic # 58 there are indications that the song was heard in various parts of Europe as a folk song, but then claimed by Sandler and Tomoshevsky because it was sung in their operetta "Brokha or The Jewish King of Poland for a Night". See Heskes entry 1194. Also transliteration and translation Published in Gottlieb 290

Related information in folder 991:On album: P-002(f)
Track ID: 4561
Artist: Peerce, Jan
Artist: RCA Victor Orch
Artist: Ellstein, Abe -- עלשטײַן, אײב
First line: Eli, Eli lomo azavtoni? In fayer un flam hot men undz...
First line:אלי, אלי, למה עזבֿתּני? (2) אין פֿײַער און פֿלאַם האָט מען אונדז..
Track comment: Yidisher Kenig Fun Poyln Oyf Eyn Nakht. - 1896
Language: Yiddish/Hebrew

Title: Meyerke Mayn Zun -- מאירקע, מײַן זון
Genre: Folk/Instructional
Subject: Faith/Religion/Father/Son
Origin: Vinkov 2 73/Alb B-090(x)
Transliteration: Vinkov 2 73/Alb K-005(a)/Alb B-090(x)
Translation: Vinkov 2 73/Alb K-005(a)/J-030(a)
Music: Vinkov 2 73

Related information in folder 693:On album: P-002(c)
Track ID: 10343
Artist: Peerce, Jan
Artist: RCA Victor Orch
Artist: Ellstein, Abe -- עלשטײַן, אײב
Artist: Bass, Werner S.
First line: Meyerke, mayn zun, Tsu vestu far vemen du shteyst?
First line (Yiddish):מאירקע, מײַן זון, צו װײסטו פֿאַר װעמען דו שטײסט? -- לפֿני מלף...
Language: Yiddish

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