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Haayara Boeret - Various - Metals #7 (CD)

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  1. They began as a black and death metal band before turning towards doom metal with their release Kaddish. That album featured a Hebrew cover version of a traditional Yiddish song S'Brent ("Haayara Boeret") originally written by the Polish Jewish poet Mordechai Gebirtig. The band has used non-traditional instruments like the darbuka." That's it.
  2. The collection also contains the bilingual Hebrew/Yiddish book, HaAyara boeret/Undzer shtetl brent, published by the Kibbutz Givat Haviva Moreshet Archives in in Israel, which includes facsimiles of Gebirtig’s original manuscripts. These manuscripts are housed today at the aforementioned Kibbutz Givat Haviva Moreshet Archives.
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  5. 1. Aorlhac - L'oeil du choucas instrumental (loading lyrics) 2. Aorlhac - Les charognards et la catin (loading lyrics) 3. Darkenhöld - Eclarci den la vieil forest (Sarabande).
  6. Also contains twenty-one facisimiles of Gebirtig’s original manuscripts in the bilingual Hebrew/Yiddish book, HaAyara boeret/Undzer shtetl brent, published by the Kibbutz Givat Haviva Moreshet Archives in in Israel. These songs were written between the years in Kraków, the neighboring village of Łagiewniki, and in the Kraków.
  7. Also known as: Haayara Boeret Translation: CD S(d)/Alb P(a)/Alb K(d)/B(b)/Ephemera /Ephemera In Sheetmusic # 58 there are indications that the song was heard in various parts of Europe as a folk song, but then claimed by Sandler and Tomoshevsky because it was sung in their operetta "Brokha or The Jewish King.
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  9. In Sheetmusic # 58 there are indications that the song was heard in various parts of Europe as a folk song, but then claimed by Sandler and Tomoshevsky because it was sung in their operetta "Brokha or The Jewish King of Poland for a Night". See Heskes entry

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