Recording of Simon Parmet's arrangement of Yiddish folk songs in Leeds, 2016
|Date||25th November 2016|
An output of Performing the Jewish Archive research.
Recording of Simon Parmet's Yiddish folksongs performed by the School of Music Choir, conducted by Stephen Muir, in 'Journeys in Jewish Choral Music' concert in Leeds, 25 November 2016.
The songs start at 21:14.
Shteyt zikh a sheyn meydele (A beautiful girl is standing)
In mizrakh-zayt (On the eastern side)
Iz gekumen der feter Nosn (Uncle Nathan arrived)
Hob ikh a por oksn (I have a couple of oxen)
Vozhe vilstu? (What do you want)
Hob ikh a por oksn (I have two oxen)
Yome, Yome (Benjamin, Benjamin)
Unter di kleyninke beymelekh (Under the green trees)
Makht der khosidl bim-bam (The Hasid sings bim-bam)
Di bayke (The story)Permission for the performance of the songs was kindly granted by the Jewish Choir Association in Helsinki.