Written in America but taken to Poland in the 1930s. Performed by BenZion Witler and Shifra Lehrer, Moyse Oysher and Florence Weiss, and others. Recorded by Mappamundi on the Cabaret Warsaw cd and performed at the cd release concert at Duke University June 2, 2012. At this concert: Beth Holmgren, vocals; Jane Peppler: vocals, violin, concertina; Aviva Enoch: piano; Ken Bloom: guitar, clarinet, domro, bowed dulcimer; Jim Baird: bass, guitar; Bob Vasile: guitar and bouzouki. See cabaretwarsaw.com and http for more information.
Written by Moshe Broderson and Henech Kon for the kleynkunst Yiddish theater, this song lampoons the difference between an old-world religious chasid and a more cynical, modern world Litvak. From the Cabaret Warsaw dry run, October 2011. Mappamundi has prepared a program of music from Warsaw, Poland between the World Wars. Jane Peppler, vocals; Aviva Enoch, piano. See mappamundi.com and (for Jane and Aviva’s duet) http
From the Cabaret Warsaw dry run, October 2011. Mappamundi has prepared a program of music from Warsaw, Poland between the World Wars. This is a combination of two songs for the kleynkunst Yiddish theater, written by Moshe Broderson and Henech Kon: An eytsele and Der Vaser-Treger. Vocals: Jane Peppler and Beth Holmgren. Guitars: Bob Vasile Bowed Dulcimer: Ken Bloom; Bass: Jim Baird. See cabaretwarsaw.com and http