- Songs of the Vilna Ghetto
Name = Songs of the Vilna Ghetto [LP]
Type = Compilation album
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"Songs of the Vilna Ghetto" is a now out-of-print album featuring
Yiddishsongs from the World War IIera. The traditional songs are sung by Nechama Hendel, Chava Alberstein, and Shimon Israeliwith accompaniment from the CBS Israel Orchestra and Choir, conducted by Gil Aldema. The album contains an 8-page booklet with lyrics in the Hebrewlanguage, photographs from the ghetto, and historical information about the songs in English. According to the liner notes, the recording "was prepared by the Yitzhak Kalznelson House of the Ghetto Fighters, at Kibbutz Lochamei Hagetaot, Israel, in co-operation with the Vilna Organisation [sic] of Haifa."
#Vilna - Chava Alberstein
#Partizaner Lied (Partisan Song) - Shimon Israeli with CBS Israel Orchestra
#Vig-Lied (Lullaby) - Helena (Nama) Hendel
#Farvos iz Der Himmel (Why Are The Heavens)- Choir
#Ich Beink Aheim (I Long for Home) - Helena Hendel
#Yugent Hymn (Youth Hymn) - Choir
#Unter Deine Veisse Shtern (Under Your White Stars) - Helena Hendel and Choir
#Itzik Wittenberg - Shimon Israeli
#Shtiller, Shtiller (Ponar - Lullaby) - Chava Alberstein
#Tsu Eins, Zwei, Drei! (One, Two, Three!) - Choir
#Freeling (Spring)- Chava Alberstein with CBS Israel Orchestra
#Zog Nit Kein Mol (Partisan Song) - Shimon Israeli and Choir with CBS Israel Orchestra
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