2 edition of Jewish folk-song resources found in the catalog.
Jewish folk-song resources
Annabelle B. Sonkin
|Statement||prepared by Annabelle B. Sonkin.|
|LC Classifications||ML128.J4 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||76018100|
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sonkin, Annabelle B. Jewish folk-song resources. New York, National Jewish Music Council, A Treasury of Jewish Folksong Paperback – Decem by Ruth Rubin (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1).
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Arr. John W. Schaum. Piano Book. 21 Songs with Hebrew lyrics, a pronunciation guide and chord dictionary. Israeli Folk Songs: Artza Alinu * Hava Nagila * Hevenu Shalom Aleychem * Shalom Chaveyreem * Zum Gali Gali; Israeli National Anthem: Hatikvah; Yiddish Songs: Eli, Eli * Mazel Tov; High Holidays: Avinu Malkeynu * Kol Nidrey; Sukkos: Lama SukaCategory: Piano-Schaum Method Supplement.
The Resource Book of Jewish Music: A Bibliographical and Topical Guide to the Book and Journal Literature and Program Materials. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, An annotated bibliography and one of the best sources for anyone doing Jewish music research.
Ruth Rubin ( – ), a preeminent authority on Yiddish folk song, was successful as an author, concert singer, and folk song collector, with four albums in the Folkways catalogue. Although she recorded Hebrew songs also, most often she sang in Yiddish, the primary secular language formerly spoken by the Jews of Eastern Europe.
Jewish folk-song resources; an annotated bibliography, (New York, National Jewish Music Council, ), by Annabelle B. Sonkin (page images at HathiTrust) The old bush songs: composed and sung in the bushranging, digging, and overlanding days / (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, ), by A. Paterson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Ruth Rubin devoted a lifetime to the collection and preservation of Yiddish folklore in poetics and songs. Her writings include books, articles and music collections. As a popular performer-folklorist, she would describe the background of her selections and then sing them in a simple, unaccompanied style.
Condition: Good. No Jacket. Herzl Rome (illustrator). This offering is an older copy of A Treasury of Jewish Folksong selected and edited by Ruth Robin with Piano Settings by Ruth Post and Drawings by T. Herzl Rome. The book was published by Schocken Books in and appears to be a First Edition though it's not specifically stated as such.
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Source: Heskes, Irene, Yiddish American. Later the Ashkenazim (Jewish communities that had their original European base in Germany) accepted some of the melodic forms of German folk song and Italian court song; this adaptation was more or less successfully opposed by traditionalists who reintroduced elements from.
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