10 Yiddish Songs, Op.49 (Krein, Aleksandr)

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Editor First edition
Translator Yaroslav Rodionov (1903-1943), Russian text
Publisher. Info. Moscow: Muzgiz, 1940. Plate M. 17052 Г.
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General Information

Work Title 10 Yiddish Songs
Alternative. Title 10 Idiše Lider ; 10 Еврейский песни
Composer Krein, Aleksandr
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.49
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAK 23
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 10 songs:
  1. Ven ix zlo hobn fligelex [Если б имел я птичьи крылья]
  2. Afn hoixn barg [Где гора крута]
  3. X'hob mir gelebt stil un barut [Жизненный путь мой тих был и прям]
  4. Far grois dosade [С большой досадой]
  5. Hober un Korn [Зреют колосья]
  6. Oj, vein nit, mame [Ой, мама, мама, не горюй ты]
  7. Oj, zeks aseiger in der fri [Пробило шесть часoв утра]
  8. Di zeides mit di babes [В ворота входят деды]
  9. Mit corener zotkeit [Хлеба созревают]
  10. Baglejtn, baglejtn zajnen mir gegangen [Весельем, весельем всё вокруг сверкает]
First Publication. 1940 - Muzgiz
Librettist Nos.1-4, 6-8 - Traditional, Collected by Moisei Yakovlevich Beregovsky (1892-1961)
No.5 - Traditional
No.9 - unknown
No.10 - After Singing by Sara Fibikh (1895-1947)
Language Romanized Yiddish and Russian Translation
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation voice, piano