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Notated Music Grand folio of Hebrew music, volume 2.

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  • Grand folio of Hebrew music, volume 2.


  • Adler, Simon Composer
  • Friedsell, Louis Composer
  • Friedsell, Louis Lyricist
  • Perlmutter, Arnold 1859-1953 Composer
  • Small, Solomon 1868-1943 Lyricist
  • Wohl, Herman 1877-1936 Composer

Created / Published

  • New York, New York : Theodore Lohr, 1907.


  • -  Jews--United States--Music
  • -  Popular music--United States
  • -  Songs, Yiddish--United States


  • sheet music


  • -  "Containing the Best Old and New Hebrew Songs and Selections"Source: Heskes, Irene, Yiddish American Popular Songs, 1895-1950
  • -  Location: C.D. Box 2 - 200
  • -  Paucken -- Die Goldene Hochzeit -- Ich Blieb a Bucher -- Selections from the Opera "Sulamitha" -- Hatikva -- Doina -- Wiegend Lied -- Hebrew National Wedding -- Ben Hamelech Shulom Al Jisruel -- Yidelach-Briderlach -- Isrulik, Kim a Heim -- Dort, Wo Die Zeder -- Oi Seidenin -- The Sufferers -- In Den Is Shildig Nur Mein Nus -- Schenkt A Nedove.
  • -  Same as record for C.D. number 230
  • -  Record created through migration from the Performing Arts Encyclopedia Database.


  • 1 score (19 p.) ; 35 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • ML31 .H47

Source Collection

  • Irene Heskes collection, 1895-1951


  • c-Music Irene Heskes collection

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2023796547

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Adler, Simon Composer, Louis Composer Friedsell, Louis Lyricist Friedsell, Arnold Composer Perlmutter, Solomon Lyricist Small, and Herman Composer Wohl. Grand folio of Hebrew music, volume 2. New York, New York: Theodore Lohr, 1907. Notated Music.

APA citation style:

Adler, S. C., Friedsell, L. C., Friedsell, L. L., Perlmutter, A. C., Small, S. L. & Wohl, H. C. (1907) Grand folio of Hebrew music, volume 2. New York, New York: Theodore Lohr. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Adler, Simon Composer, et al. Grand folio of Hebrew music, volume 2. New York, New York: Theodore Lohr, 1907. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.