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Збірка музичних фольклорних творів Historical Collection of Jewish Musical   Folklore   1912-1947   volumes 5 Hasidic  and  klezmer   Music from the An-ski collections   (1912-1914) . Том 5 – 36 фонограм. Диск зроблений у форматі CD-Extra, який дозволяє зберігати на диску звукові треки, ноти та фотоматеріали.

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Том 5

1. A freylekhs (mit hebreishe verter) 0:32
A freylekhs (with Hebrew words). Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 404/2.

2. Freylekhs 1:30
Freylekhs. Performed by Margulis, manufacturer. Recorded in Rovno, Volyn province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 408.

3. A nign 0:33
A tune. Performed by Yosef Boker. Recorded in Proskurov, Podolia province, in 1913 by [Avrom Rekhtman]. Cylinder # 445/1.

4. A freylekhs 1:02
Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice.) Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 447/1.

5. A freylekhs 0:58
Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 447/2.

6. “Mipney ma” [a khsidisher nign] 1:16
“For what reason?” (A Hasidic tune). Passover tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 450. 2

7. Zmires nign 0:57
Sabbath tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 451.

8. A freylekhs (fun Yosl Talner) 1:11
A freylekhs (by Yosl Talner). Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhas Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 452/1.

9. A freylekhs (fun Yosl Talner) 0:46
A freylekhs (by Yosl Talner). Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhas Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 452/2.

10. Gezang on verter 1:43
Singing without words. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 461.

11. A tish-nign 1:54
A table tune. Performed by Arn-Shmuel Margulis, 38, shopkeeper. Recorded in Muravitsa, Volyn province, on June, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 463.

12. A khsidisher nign 1:06
A Hasidic tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Recorded in Dubno, Volyn province, on June, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cyl. # 477/1.

13. Kale bazetsns 1:49
Improvisation on violin to the ceremony “Seating of the bride.” Performed by Osher Melamed, 46, klezmer-violinist. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 479.

14. Zmires (ershter teyl) 1:42
Sabbath song (1st part). Violin improvisation. Performed by Meyer Hopinke, 35, violinist. The performer adopted this tune from his grandfather, violinist Hopinke. Recorded in Dubrovna, Mogilev province, in 1914 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 482.

15. Zmires (tsveyter teyl) 2:01
Sabbath song (2nd part). Violin improvisation. Performed by Meyer Hopinke, 35, violinist. The performer adopted this tune from his grandfather, violinist Hopinke. Recorded in Dubrovna, Mogilev province, in 1914 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 483.

16. Tsu badekns (bazetsns) 2:19
Violin improvisation for the ceremony “seating and weiling of the bride.” Performed by Meyer Hopinke, 35, violinist. Recorded in Dubrovna, Mogillev province, in 1914 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 484

17. A tish-nign 2:02
A table tune. Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhes Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 496.

18. A tish-nign 0:58
A table tune. Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhes Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. The tune was traditionally performed in the prayer-house of the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 497/1.

19. A tish-nign 1:01
A table tune. Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhes Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. The tune was traditionally performed in the prayer-house of the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 497/2.

20. Zmires nign “Ha-shoymer Shabes” 1:13
Sabbath tune “The One, Who Observes Sabbath.” Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 498.

21. Freylekhs 1:03
Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). [Recorded in Leningrad, in 1928 by Sophia Magid] . Cylinder # 508/1.

22. Freylekhs 0:39
Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). [Recorded in Leningrad, in 1928 by Sophia Magid]. Cylinder # 508/2.

23. A nign 0:17
A tune. Performed by Avrom Markov. Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 509/5.

24. A skarbover khsidisher nign 0:42
A traditional Hasidic tune. Performed by Reb Avrom, the Trisker magid . Recorded in Turiysk, Volyn province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 514/2.

25. A tish-nign 0:45
A table tune. Performed by Yitskhok Berman, 52, cantor, baal-tfile. Recorded in Olyka, Volyn province, on June 31, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 522/1.

26. Freylekhs 1:09
Freylekhs. Performed by Yitskhok Berman, 52, cantor, baal-tfile. Recorded in Olyka, Volyn province, on June 31, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 522/2.

27. A nign 1:26
A tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 526.

28. A khsidisher nign 1:17
A Hasidic tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Recorded in Medzhybozh, Podolia province, [1913-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 535/1.

29. Freylekhs 0:48
Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Recorded in Medzhybozh, Podolia province, [1913-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 535/2.

30. A tish-nign 1:52
A table tune. Performed by Yisroel Friman, 42, baal-tfile. The performer adopted this melody from Yosl Talner. Recorded in Dubno, Volyn province, on July 3, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 538.

31. A nign 1:00
A tune. Performed by Yitskhok Azepov, 18, son of the rabbi of Dubno. The performer adopted this tune from his brother, rabbi. Recorded in Dubno, Volyn province, on July 5, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cyl.# 539/1.

32. Dem Shatever rovs nign 1:10
A tune of the rabbi of Shatava. Performed by Simkha Kobrenik, 54, a cantor of the Great Synagogue in Zaslav. Recorded in Zaslav, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 543.

33. A khsidisher nign 1:28
A Hasidic tune. Performed by Avrom Shames. Recorded in Shepetovka, Volyn province, [1912-1914], by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 561/2.

34. Tish-nign 2:17
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 # 577.

35. Freylekhs (mershtimikh) 1:59
Freylekhs (polyphony). Performed by choir ( Manusevich with his brother, sister and friends). Manusevich adopted this tune in Ostrog from the Volyn Hasidim. Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 589.

36. [Nign] 5:22
[A tune]. Performed by Moyshe Epelbaum, accompanied by violin. Recorded in Leningrad, in [1920s?]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 613.

Volume 4-5. HASIDIC AND KLEZMER MUSIC FROM THE AN-SKI COLLECTIONS (1912-1914)

1. A freylekhs (mit hebreishe verter)                                                        0:32

A freylekhs (with Hebrew words). Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914].  Cylinder # 404/2.

 Track_01

2. Freylekhs                                                                         1:30

Freylekhs. Performed by Margulis, manufacturer. Recorded in Rovno, Volyn province, [1912-1914].  Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 408.

 Track_02

3. A nign                                                                                          0:33

A tune. Performed by Yosef Boker. Recorded in Proskurov, Podolia province, in 1913 by [Avrom Rekhtman]. Cylinder # 445/1.

 Track_03

4. A freylekhs                                                                                  1:02

Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice.) Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 447/1.

 Track_04

5. A freylekhs                                                                                  0:58

 Track_05

Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914].  Cylinder # 447/2.

6. “Mipney ma” [a khsidisher nign]                                                          1:16

For what reason?” (A Hasidic tune). Passover tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 450.

 Track_06

7. Zmires nign                                                                                  0:57

Sabbath tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914].  Cylinder # 451.

 Track_07

8. A freylekhs (fun Yosl Talner)                                                    1:11

A freylekhs (by Yosl Talner). Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhas Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 452/1.

 Track_08

9. A freylekhs (fun Yosl Talner)                                                    0:46

A freylekhs (by Yosl Talner). Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhas Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 452/2.

 Track_09

10. Gezang on verter                                                                      1:43

Singing without words. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 461.

 Track_10

11. A tish-nign                                                                                 1:54

A table tune. Performed by Arn-Shmuel Margulis, 38, shopkeeper. Recorded in Muravitsa, Volyn province, on June, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 463.

 Track_11

12. A khsidisher nign                                                                      1:06

A Hasidic tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Recorded in Dubno, Volyn province, on June, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cyl. # 477/1.

 Track_12

13. Kale bazetsns                                                                             1:49

Improvisation on violin to the ceremony “Seating of the bride.” Performed by Osher Melamed, 46, klezmer-violinist. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 479.

 Track_13

14. Zmires (ershter teyl)                                                                  1:42

Sabbath song (1st part). Violin improvisation. Performed by Meyer Hopinke, 35, violinist. The performer adopted this tune from his grandfather, violinist Hopinke. Recorded in Dubrovna, Mogilev province, in 1914 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 482.

 Track_14

15. Zmires (tsveyter teyl)                                                                 2:01

Sabbath song (2nd part). Violin improvisation. Performed by Meyer Hopinke, 35, violinist. The performer adopted this tune from his grandfather, violinist Hopinke. Recorded in Dubrovna, Mogilev province, in 1914 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 483.

 Track_15

16. Tsu badekns (bazetsns)                                                            2:19

Violin improvisation for the ceremony “seating and weiling of the bride.” Performed by Meyer Hopinke, 35, violinist. Recorded in Dubrovna, Mogillev province, in 1914 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 484

 Track_16

17. A tish-nign                                                                                  2:02

A table tune. Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhes Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 496.

 Track_17

18. A tish-nign                                                                                 0:58

A table tune. Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhes Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. The tune was traditionally performed in the prayer-house of the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 497/1.

 Track_18

19. A tish-nign                                                                                 1:01

A table tune. Performed by Motl Shvarts and Pinkhes Paz, 51, the Trisker Hasidim. The tune was traditionally performed in the prayer-house of the Trisker Hasidim. Recorded in Kovel, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 497/2.

 Track_19

20. Zmires nign “Ha-shoymer Shabes”                                         1:13

Sabbath tune “The One, Who Observes Sabbath.” Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 498.

 Track_20

21. Freylekhs                                                                       1:03

Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). [Recorded in Leningrad, in 1928 by Sophia Magid] [1]. Cylinder # 508/1.

 Track_21

22. Freylekhs                                                                       0:39

Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). [Recorded in Leningrad, in 1928 by Sophia Magid]. Cylinder # 508/2.

 Track_22

23. A nign                                                                             0:17

A tune. Performed by Avrom Markov. Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 509/5.

 Track_23

24. A skarbover khsidisher nign                                                    0:42

A traditional Hasidic tune. Performed by Reb Avrom, the Trisker magid[2]. Recorded in Turiysk, Volyn province, [1912-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 514/2.

 Track_24

25. A tish-nign                                                                                 0:45

A table tune. Performed by Yitskhok Berman, 52, cantor,  baal-tfile. Recorded in Olyka, Volyn province, on June 31, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 522/1.

 Track_25

26. Freylekhs                                                                       1:09

Freylekhs. Performed by Yitskhok Berman, 52, cantor, baal-tfile. Recorded in Olyka, Volyn province, on June 31, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 522/2.

 Track_26

27. A nign                                                                             1:26

A tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Information about the date, place of the recording and collector is not available, [1912-1914]. Cylinder # 526.

 Track_27

28. A khsidisher nign                                                                      1:17

A Hasidic tune. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Recorded in Medzhybozh, Podolia province, [1913-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 535/1.

 Track_28

29. Freylekhs                                                                       0:48

Freylekhs. Performed by anonymous singer (male voice). Recorded in Medzhybozh, Podolia province, [1913-1914]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 535/2.

 Track_29

30. A tish-nign                                                                                 1:52

A table tune. Performed by Yisroel Friman, 42, baal-tfile. The performer adopted this melody from Yosl Talner. Recorded in Dubno, Volyn province, on July 3, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 538.

 Track_30

31. A nign                                                                             1:00

A tune. Performed by Yitskhok Azepov, 18, son of the rabbi of Dubno. The performer adopted this tune from his brother, rabbi. Recorded in Dubno, Volyn province, on July 5, 1913, by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cyl.# 539/1.

 Track_31

32. Dem Shatever rovs nign                                                                       1:10

A tune of the rabbi of Shatava. Performed by Simkha Kobrenik, 54, a cantor of the Great Synagogue in Zaslav. Recorded in Zaslav, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 543.

 Track_32

33. A khsidisher nign                                                                      1:28

A Hasidic tune. Performed by Avrom Shames. Recorded in Shepetovka, Volyn province, [1912-1914], by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 561/2.

 Track_33

34. Tish-nign                                                                        2:17

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 # 577.

 Track_34

35. Freylekhs (mershtimikh)                                                          1:59

Freylekhs (polyphony). Performed by choir ( Manusevich with his brother, sister and friends). Manusevich adopted this tune in Ostrog from the Volyn  Hasidim. Recorded in Kremenets, Volyn province, in 1913 by Zinoviy Kiselgof. Cylinder # 589.

 Track_35

36. [Nign]                                                                             5:22

[A tune]. Performed by Moyshe Epelbaum, accompanied by violin. Recorded in Leningrad, in [1920s?]. Information about the collector is not available. Cylinder # 613.

 Track_36



[1] Recordings 60 and 61 (A508/1 and A508/2) possibly came from Sophia Magid’s collection and in 1930, along with the wax cylinders of the An-sky expeditions, were transferred to Kiev from Leningrad. Sophia Magid (1892-1954), daughter of historian David Magid, was a renowned ethnomusicologist who worked on collecting folklore of different minorities in the Soviet Union in 1920s-1930s. She conducted significant research on Yiddish folklore that consisted of sound recordings, scholarly papers and a monograph on the genre of the ballad in the Yiddish folklore.

 

 

[2] Magid - a Hebrew word for narrator;   Jewish traditional itinerant preacher.