|2||Es Brent, Bridelekh, Es Brent! (It Is Burning, Brothers, It Is Burning!)||2:29|
|3||Ani Ma-Amin (I Believe)||3:00|
|4||Huley, Tantst Talyonim! (Revel, Dance You Hangmen!)||2:38|
|5||Nu, Koyft-Zhe Papirosn! (Now Buy My Cigarettes!)||3:36|
|6||Rifkele Di Shabesdike (Rifkele, The Sabbath Girl)||2:38|
|7||"Ir Geyt Farbay" ("You Pass Us By")||1:33|
|8||"Ikh Shem Zikh Farn Himl!" ("I Am Ashamed Under The Sky")||0:32|
|9||Aroys Iz In Vilne A Hayer Bafel (In Vilne, A New Decree Has Been Issued)||2:42|
|10||"Tsvey Bazundere Veltn" ("Two Different Worlds")||0:59|
|11||"In Tsvantsigtn Yorhundert" ("In The 20th Century")||0:59|
|12||"Undzere Brider Fun Yener Zayt Yam" ("Our Brothers Across The Ocean")||0:49|
|13||Hot Zikh Mir Di Shikh Tserisn (My Shoes Were Torn)||2:14|
|14||Tsvey Taybelekh (Two Little Doves)||4:44|
|15||Her Mayn Kind, Vi Vintn Brumen (Listen Child, The Wind Is Howling)||2:36|
|16||"Mogn, Mogn" ("Stomach, Stomach")||0:36|
|17||Makh Tsu Di Eygelekh (Close Your Little Eyes)||2:04|
|18||Yeder Ruft Mikh Ziamele (Everybody Calls Me Ziamele)||3:05|
|19||Shtil, Di Nakht Iz Oysgeshtrent (Still Is The Starry Night)||4:59|
|20||Undzer Lid Iz Ful Mit Troyer: Yugnt Hymn (Hymn Of Youth: Our Song Is Full Of Sorrow)||2:57|
|21||Excerpts From The Diary Of Shmerke Kacerginski: Zog Nisht Keynmol Az Du Geyst Dem Letstn Verg (Never Say That You Have Trod The Final Road)||5:16|
|22||...From The Diary Of Mordecai Anilvitsh (1919-1943)||0:44|
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, she would describe the background of her selections and then sing them in a simple, unaccompanied style. Born in Montreal on September 1, 1906, to immigrants from Bessarabia, she grew up in a Canadian multilingual household of books and music. The Holocaust defined Rubin’s mission to collect, document and perform the Jewish legacy of Eastern European folk song. She participated in programs with other folk song performers at many concerts, including Carnegie Hall performances.
From The Diary Of Mordecai Anilvitsh (1919-1943). Producer – Michael Schlesinger, Ruth Rubin. Related Music albums to Yiddish Songs Of The Holocaust A Lecture, Recital by Ruth Rubin. One Burning Match - One Burning Match Sidor Belarsky And Masha Benya - Amol Iz Geven A Mayse (Once Upon A Time) Hugo Weisgall - The Tenor (Opera In One Act), The Stronger (Opera In One Act), The Golden Peacock (Seven Popular Songs From The Yiddish), Four Songs, Op.
Album · 1959 · 16 Songs. Yiddish Songs of the Holocaust - a Lecture/Recital. Ruth Rubin: Jewish Folk Songs of Eastern Europe and Palestine: Century Jewish Music - EP. 2016.
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Rubin presented fascinating lecture-recitals through which she brought Yiddish folksong not just to academic institutions, but to everyday social gatherings. She was the first to issue an annotated set of Jewish ethnographic field recordings and, perhaps most important, the first to give Yiddish folksong its place at the table in the American folk music revival. Ruth married Sam Rubin in 1932 and had one son, Michael. His birth triggered in Rubin the desire to pass on to future generations the rich legacy of Yiddish song (Michael died tragically in his early twenties). While she was skeptical of the work of many Yiddish performers who she felt hammed up the songs, Rubin loved the recordings of Isa Kremer, whom she also met as a child.
She was 93. A resident of the Sarah R. Neumann Nursing Home, she formerly lived in Manhattan. One of the first women to become a prominent folklorist, Mrs. Rubin was also among the first American scholars to document the culture of Eastern European Jews, anticipating by decades the Yiddish revival of the 1970's
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Yiddish Songs of the Holocaust. Global Village CD 150. Lecture-recital narrated and performed by Ruth Rubin. Web page of Boston's Zamir Chorale. Includes a detailed Music in the Holocaust: A Select Bibliography of Books and Articles. Unites States Holocaust Memorial Museum shop. International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Museum's commemoration ceremony, including remarks by the German ambassador and a Holocaust survivor, is happening now.