[Mendele] MENDELE PERSONAL NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS--Seeking recording & lyrics of Yablokoff's "Shvayg Mayn Harts"
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From: Harriet Weinstein <hweinstein at videotron.ca>
Date: Sat, 16 Jul 2016 [sic]
Subject: Yiddish Music Question
I am searching for the audio recording plus the lyrics of the song, It
was written by Herman Yablokoff in the United States. It was one of the
songs in the musical production of Papirosn presented in New York City in
1935. If possible I would like to buy the entire audio recording of the
musical. The music from Shvayg Mayn Harts was supposedly plagiarized by
Eden Ahbez and used in his song, Nature Boy. Thank-you.
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