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Gesangs lieder

Gesangs lieder



Avremele (Little Abraham, follow in God's way and He will protect you -- Achdes (Have courage, brother Jews throughout the world)-- A Jid bin ich; Zu die feigelach (I am a Jew; I sing as the birds do, only sadder melodies)-- Arbeiter Romance (Worker's romance; do not seek me beloved in sunny fields; find me only in a dark factory corner toiling away, in my quiet place)-- Elul melodie (Autumn month melody; summer is ending and winter is coming; thus does all of life fade away all too soon) (Content)
"Morris Rosenfeld's poetry in song." Source: Heskes, Irene, Yiddish American Popular Songs 1895-1950. (General)





Rosenfeld, Morris -- 1862-1923 (composer)
Rosenfeld, Morris -- 1862-1923 (lyricist)
Russotto, H. (arranger)


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