Khosn Kale Mazl Tov + wedding songs

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Song Mazl Tov Dances Artist Maxwell Street Klezmer Band Album You Should Be So Lucky! Licensed to YouTube by Live Nation Video Network; BMI – Broadcast Music Inc., and 2…

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Japanese Choir singing “My Yiddishe Mame”

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My Yiddisha Mame Lyrics Jack Yellen (1892 – 1991), Music Lew Pollack (1895 – 1946) Jack Yellen was born in Poland on July 6, 1892. When he was five years…

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“Oyfn vegh shteit a boym”, lullaby in Yiddish

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On the way stands a tree He stands grown All birds from the tree Went up and flown Three turn to the west, three to the east And the rest…

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Dos is di sheinkayt fun Yiddish

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Douss is yiddish asoy vi a moul… Posted by Camille Flaster on Friday, June 28, 2019

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Yiddish Music Video Aims to Help the Mentally Ill

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דעם 13טן מײַ איז אין באָראָ־פּאַרק פֿאָרגעקומען אַ טראַגעדיע, וואָס האָט אויפֿגעטרייסלט די אָרטיקע אײַנוווינער און פֿרומע ייִדן אַרום דער וועלט: אַ 23־יאָריקער ייִדישער בחור האָט זיך גענומען דאָס לעבן…

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A malke af pesekh (A Queen for Passover)

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The late Bruce Adler sings Louis Gilrod’s A malke af pesekh with clarinetist David Krakauer and the Barcelona Symphony, conducted by Elli Jaffe. Milken Archive recording session, 2001. Credit: Milken…

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Daniel Kahn, Psoy Korolenko, Oy Division – The Unternationale in Tel Aviv

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The Unternationale concert in Tel Aviv, Levontin 7 club, 5 Nov 2008. Дэниел Кан, Псой Короленко, Ой Дивижн – Унтернационал в Тель-Авиве, клуб “Левонтин 7” Setlist: 1. 0:41 Instrumental 2.…

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with music

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Valentine’s Day is coming, the most romantic day of the year, and to celebrate we selected a list of songs that you should listen to during February 14th. Artists of…

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Save The Music Presents: New Year’s Song in Yiddish

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“Di tsaytn fun a mol” (original: “Auld Lang Syne”) Scottish folk song; original lyric transcription: Robert Burns (1788) Yiddish lyrics and choral arrangement: Binyumen Schaechter (Sept.-Oct. 2017) Jewish People’s Philharmonic…

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