A foray into the golden age of the American Yiddish theater, with songs by Sholom Secunda, Alexander Olshanetsky, Abraham Ellstein, Abe Schwartz, Ilia Trilling, Solomon Shmulevitsh, and Joseph Rumshinsky.
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|03:05||Abe Schwarz: Di grine kusine|
|08:00||Sholom Secunda: Bay mir bistu sheyn; Mayn yidishe meydle|
|15:20||Solomon Smulevitz: A brivele der mamen
|24:00||Ilia Trilling: Du shaynst vi di zun|
|33:00||Alexander Olshanetsky: Nu, zug mir shoyn ven; Eyn kuk af dir; Ikh hob dikh tsufil lib|
|48:30||Abraham Ellstein: Abi gezunt; Mazl; Ikh zing|
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|01:45||Abraham Ellstein: Der alter tsiayner, Der nayer sher; Ikh vil es hern nokh amol|
|23:05||Joseph Rumshinsky: A bisl libe un a bisl glik; Dir a nikl, mir a nikl; Du bist dos likht fun mayne oygn; Es tsit, es brit; Fifty-fifty; Hamavdil; In a kleyn shtibele; Oy, is dos a meydl|
*Times are approximate
|About the Series: Produced in conjunction with the WFMT network and broadcast on radio stations throughout the U.S., American Jewish Music from the Milken Archive with Leonard Nimoy is a 13-part series of two-hour programs featuring highlights from the Milken Archive’s extensive collection of the musical recordings. Episodes include interviews and commentary with Lowell Milken, Neil W. Levin, and Gerard Schwarz. Radio stations interested in broadcasting the series should contact email@example.com.|
Date: December 31, 1969
Credit: Milken Family Foundation
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