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Jennie Goldstein - Jennie Goldstein Sings Fourteen Of Her Most Famous Yiddish Theater Hits FLAC Album

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Jennie Goldstein - Jennie Goldstein Sings Fourteen Of Her Most Famous Yiddish Theater Hits FLAC Album
  • Performer:
    Jennie Goldstein
  • Title:
    Jennie Goldstein Sings Fourteen Of Her Most Famous Yiddish Theater Hits
  • Genre:
  • Release date:
    1966
  • Country:
    US
  • Size FLAC version
    2996 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1310 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1394 mb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    736
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Mono

Tracklist

1Zai Gesunt Mein Feigele
2Kom Host Du Nor Geld
3Alein Auf Der Velt
4Vie A Cholem Is Ales Avek
5Ven Du Bist Leben Mir
6A Mames Trehren
7Ich Bin A Mame
8Die Sun Sheint
9Ven Vell Ich A Chale Vern
10Vi Iz Mein Kind?
11Licht Benchen
12Dos Gassen Meidel
13Ihr Mame's Chupeh Kleid
14Shir Hashirim

Album

Author alternate script. Jennie Goldstein. The Yiddish Book Centers Frances Brandt Online Yiddish Audio Library. Yiddish Book Center's Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library. Uploaded by Tristan Bikher on November 12, 2015. SIMILAR ITEMS based on metadata. Jennie Goldstein May 8, 1896 February 9, 1960 was an American theater actress and singer. Goldstein was born in New York her father was a butcher. When she was 6, actress Rosa Margulies noticed her pretty voice and drew her into child roles at the Windsor Theater, including Hanele di neytorin Hannah the seamstress with Bertha Kalich. Having made a good impression, Jennie was soon making 9 a week. Jennie Goldstein Sings Fourteen Of Her Most Famous Yiddish Theater Hits LP, Mono. The Greater Recording Co. GRC 90. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. If you do not allow these cookies we will not know when you have visited our site, and will not be able to monitor its performance. Goldstein became one of the few women in Yiddish Theater to write lyrics and music for songs that she performed on stage and recorded commercially. Many of her audio recordings are now available online, as is her published sheet music. Sheet music for The Wedding Dress Dos hupeh kleyd, 1916. Library of Congress. Max Gabel and Jennie Goldstein on the sheet music for Who Will Say Kaddish, words by Goldstein, music by Arnold Perlmutter, 1919. During her long career, Goldstein traveled throughout the U. Europe, and South America. Memories Of The Yiddish Theater. Various artists. Jennie Goldstein was one of the foremost Yiddish theater tragediennes, beloved by the public and acclaimed by critics for her ability to make audiences cry and for her outstanding voice. Jennie Goldstein was born in New York City on May 8 in 1895 or 1897, the daughter of Samuel Bikel - Sings Yiddish Theatre And Folk Songs. Jennie Smith - Love Among The Young. Station 17 Von Spar Melissa Logan - Goldstein Variationen 02 Unikat . Grant, O. And Jennie Vee Grant - Soul Bag. Shuggie Otis - Hurricane, Jennie Lee. Netania Davrath - Sings Yiddish Folk Songs. Jennie Smith With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra - Huggin' My Pillow. Luna Goldstein - Trip-Lex. Fred Marshall - You Left Me For The Limelight, When The Sheep Are In The. Rock music. Just better. Jennie Goldstein 1896-1960 was a Yiddish theater actress and singer. YouTube Encyclopedic. She wrote lyrics for some of her songs, recording them for radio and phonograph recordings. Goldstein and Gabel divorced in 1930 she subsequently managed the Prospect Theater in the Bronx in 19321933. She married lawyer Charles W. Groll in May 1936. She starred in her only film role, Tsvey shvester Two Sisters in 1939. Later career. Goldstein was known for playing unhappy heroines and, later, their mothers . Where Is My Child for Ir groyser sod Her Great Secret. GOLDSTEIN, JENNIEGOLDSTEIN, JENNIE 18961960, U. Born in New York, Jennie Goldstein appeared in Khanele di Nayterin atthe age of six. At 15 she performed with David Kessler in Dos Yidishe Harts and played the leading role in Jacob Gordin's Di Yesoyme. At 16 she married the actor-playwright Max Gabel, who wrote plays for the two of them. Source for information on Goldstein, Jennie: Encyclopaedia Judaica dictionary. Goldstein, Jennie. GOLDSTEIN, JENNIE. GOLDSTEIN, JENNIE 18961960, U