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Jewish Freilach Songs

Jewish Freilach Songs

Freilach is a Yiddish expression that means "happy" or "cheerful," and is commonly used to refer to a form of music. On Jewish Freilach Songs, Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff sings classic Jewish folk songs from Eastern Europe―such as the well-known "Tumbalalaika" and "Vander Ich Mir Lustig" (While I'm Happily Walking), with its very familiar melody―accompanying himself on the accordion and the octofone (a mandolin-like string instrument).

Liner notes include song lyrics in their original Yiddish and in the Hebrew transliteration as well as their English translation.

Track Listing

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Vander Ich Mir Lustig (While I'm Happily Walking) Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 3:07
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102
Tumbalalaika Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 3:02
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Ihr Fregt Mich Vos Ich Troier (You Ask Me Why I'm Mournful?) Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 3:24
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Arum Dem Feier (Around the Fire) Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 3:12
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Freilachs Medley of Freilachs Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 3:01
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Maidlach Vie Blumen (Girls Are Like Flowers) Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 2:54
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203
Der Koptzen (The Poor Man) Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 1:02
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204
Fishalach (Little Fish) [also known as Fisherlid (Fisherman's Song)] Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 2:26
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Ich a Mazeldicker Yid (Oh, Am I a Mazeldicker Mazeldicker Jew) Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff 2:00
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