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Зібрання фонографічних записів єврейського музичного фольклору

Збірка музичних фольклорних творів Historical Collection of Jewish Musical   Folklore   1912-1947   volumes 4-5 Hasidic  and  klezmer   Music from the An-ski collections   (1912-1914) Історична колекція єврейської музики 1912-1947 Том 4-5 Хасидська та клейзмерска музика з колекції Ан-ського (1912-1914). В збірці представлена аутентична музика початку ХХ сторіччя. Записи були зроблені під час етнографічних експедицій під керівництвом Ан-ського в 1912-1914 рр на території України в містах найбільшого розповсюдження  хасидізма. Записи відтворені з фонографічних циліндрів Едісона на сучасні носії інформації. Збірка  складається з двох компакт-дисків: том 4, на якому розміщено 39 фонограм, том 5 – 36 фонограм. Диски зроблені у форматі CD-Extra, який дозволяє зберігати на диску звукові треки, ноти та фотоматеріали.

Вибірка з фоноколекції (прослуховування фрагментів по 15 с.)

Том 4

1. A min volekh (vi es git iber der zinger) 2:07
A kind of volekh (in singer’s interpretation). Performed by Khaim Kagan, 40 [or 42], shopkeeper, the Radzyn Hasid. Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province, on July 11, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 267.

2. A nign 0:36
A tune. Performed by Shloyme Kulish, 24, shopkeeper. The performer heard this tune from Avrom Yitskhok Barditshever. Recorded in Ludmir, Volyn province, on July 17, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 268/1.

3. A nign 0:49
Performed by Shloyme Kulish, 24, shopkeeper. The performer heard this tune from Avrom Yitskhok Barditshever. Recorded in Ludmir, Volyn province, on July 17, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 268/2.

4.Gramen bay kale-bazetsns (“Oy, kale-lebn, kale-lebn”) 1:55
Badkhn’s[1] rhymes and clarinet interlude for the wedding ceremony “Seating of the bride”. Performed by Mani Hamerberg. Recorded in Medzhybozh, Podolia province, in 1913. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 270/2.

5.Gramen bay kale-bazetsns (“Oy, kale-lebn, kale-lebn”) 1:55
Badkhn’s[1] rhymes and clarinet interlude for the wedding ceremony “Seating of the bride”. Performed by Mani Hamerberg. Recorded in Medzhybozh, Podolia province, in 1913. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 270/2.

6. A tish–nign 0:21
A table tune. Performed by Yitskhok Berman, 52, baal-tfile[2]. Recorded in Olyka, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 291/1.

7.A tish–nign 1:27
A table tune. Performed by Yitskhok Berman, 52, baal-tfile. Recorded in Olyka, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 291/2.
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8.A redl 1:19
" Round dance. Performed by Yekhil Lerner, 47, baal-tfile. Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 293/1.

9.A redl 0:33
Round dance. Performed by Yekhil Lerner, 47, baal-tfile. Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 293/2.

10. A freylekhs 1:57
Freylekhs. Performed by Pinkhas Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasid. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 308.

11. A khsidisher nign 2:02
A Hasidic tune. Performed by Simkha Kobrenik, 54, cantor of the Great Synagogue in Zaslav. Recorded in Zaslav, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 314.

12. A freylekhs 0:49
Freylekhs. Performed by male voices (choir). Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province. in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 315/1.

13.A freylekhs (Sabeynu) 0:48
Freylekhs (“Our grandfather”). Performed by male voices (choir). Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 315/2.

14 .A nign fun Stoliner khsidim (“Yikhav tshumak”) 0:32
A tune of the Stolin Hasidim adopted from the Ukrainian song “Yikhav tshumak” (“Tchoomak[3] was riding”). Performed by Leybtsi Melamed, cantor. Recorded in Derazhnia, Volyn province, [1913-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 327/2.

15. A freylekhs 0:53
Freylekhs. Performed by Pinkhas Paz, 51, and Motl Shvarts, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 332/1.

16. A freylekhs 1:11
Freylekhs. Performed by Pinkhas Paz, 51, and Motl Shvarts, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 332/2.

17. An Oster nign 1:25
A tune from Ostrog. Performed by Arn-Shmuel Kagan. Recorded in Proskurov, Podolia province, in 1913 by [Avrom Rekhtman]. Cylinder # 339.

18. Dem Reb Shneur Zalmans nign 0:50
A tune of Rabbi Shneur Zalman. Performed by Moyshe Belotserkovsky. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 340/1.

19. A khsidisher nign1:09
A Hasidic tune. Performed by Moyshe Belotserkovsky. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 340/2.

20. A nign 0:43
A tune (tradition of the Trisker Hasidim). Performed by anonymous singer. Recorded in Rovno, Volyn province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 343/1.

21. A freylekhs 0:42
Freylekhs. Tune attributed to the Rabbi of Kanev. Performed by anonymous singer. Recorded in Rovno, Volyn province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 343/2.

22. Shabes-nign 1:39
A Sabbath tune. Performed by Khaim Kagan, 40 [or 42], shopkeeper, the Radzyn Hasid. Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 344.

23. Khsidisher nign 1:33
Hasidic tune. Performed by Moyshe Belotserkovsky. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 349.

24. A khsidisher nign
1:18 A Hasidic tune (tradition of the Bratslav Hasidim). Performed by Khaim Yisroel Veytsman, the Bratslav Hasid. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 367/1.

25. A khsidisher nign 0:20
A Hasidic tune (tradition of the Bratslav Hasidim). Performed by Khaim Yisroel Veytsman, the Bratslav Hasid. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 367/2.

26. A khsidisher nign 1:44
A Hasidic tune (tradition of the Bratslav Hasidim). Performed by Khaim Yisroel Veytsman, the Bratslav Hasid. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 368/1.

27. A khsidisher nign 0:40
A Hasidic tune (tradition of the Bratslav Hasidim). Performed by Khaim Yisroel Veytsman, the Bratslav Hasid. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 368/2.

28. A nign 1:29
A tune (tradition of the Bratslav Hasidim). Performed by the Bratslav Hasidim accompanied by violin. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 369/1.

29. A nign 0:33
A tune (tradition of the Bratslav Hasidim). Performed by the Bratslav Hasidim accompanied by violin. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 369/2.

30. A tish-nign funem Ruzhiner rebn 1:27
A table tune of the Rabbi of Ruzhin. Performed by Arn Perelman. Recorded in St. Petersburg, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 370.

31. Bay di Bratslaver khsidim 1:26
At the Bratslav Hasidim. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 372.

32. A khsidisher freylekher nign 1:24
A Hasidic joyful tune. Performed by Moyshe Belotserkovsky. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 374.

33. A khsidisher nign 1:15
A Hasidic tune. Performed by Moyshe Belotserkovsky. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 378.

34. A tish-nign 2:05
A table tune. Performed by Khaim Yisroel Veytsman, the Bratslav Hasid. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 379.

35. A khsidisher nign 1:09
A Hasidic tune. Performed by Moyshe Belotserkovsky. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, in [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 382/1.

36. A khsidisher nign 1:19
A Hasidic tune. Performed by M. Dudner. Recorded in Korets, Volyn province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 384/1.

37. A khsidisher nign 0:53
A Hasidic tune. Performed by M. Dudner. Recorded in Korets, Volyn province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 384/2.

38. A khsidisher nign 2:01
A Hasidic tune. Performed by Khaim Yisroel Veytsman, the Bratslav Hasid. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 389.

39. A khsidisher tish-nign 2:09
A Hasidic table tune. Performed by Moyshe Belotserkovsky. Recorded in Berdichev, Kiev province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 400.

[1] Badkhn - a Yiddish term for professional jester at Jewish wedding celebrations. [2] Baal-tfile - a Yiddish term for person leading congregation in prayer. [3] Tchoomak - a Ukrainian word for ox-cart driver.