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Israel, 1978. 112 p. Illus.
Introd.: Chaim Maltinski.
The author, a former member of the Minsk and Birobidzhan
Yiddish State Theater companies, emigrated to Israel in 1971.
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Contemporary Russian songs.
Moscow, Sovetskii Pisatel, 1980. 62 p.
Translated by Arn Vergelis.
Russian songs in Yiddish translation, with music.
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12 songs.
New York, Transcontinental Music Publica­
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Music to songs by 9 Yiddish poets. Includes English translations.
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Includes 4 plays: Yidnshtot, Esterke, Jacob Frank, Weizmann II.
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Yiddish biblical plays 1697-1750; edited from
manuscripts and printed versions.
Jerusalem, Israel Academy of
Sciences and Humanities, 1979. vi, 706 p. Illus.
Comprehensive collection of Yiddish plays from before the
19th century. Scholarly edition, with an essay in Hebrew by Ch.
Shmeruk, text of plays in Yiddish, and a short introd. in English.