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Dort wo die ceder

Dort wo die ceder

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"Yonder (in Zion) where the cedars (bloom)." Music: folk melody. Lyrics: folk poetry. Around this time, Jewish clubs and unions began to develop mandolin ensembles and choral groups, which performed publicly for philanthropic causes. Source: Heskes, Irene, Yiddish American Popular Songs, 1895-1950. (General)



Perlzweig, Asher (arranger)




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Exploremazin and co the london hebrew publishing company


Exploreasher perlzweig

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