Guitar

The Undying Flame: Ballads and Songs of the Holocaust

Arrangement

Retrieved from: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Research: Bibliographies Piano arrangements and guitar chords for 110 Holocaust-era songs in sixteen languages, with singable English translations. Includes introductory notes for each piece as well as a CD with fifteen songs performed by the editor.

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
2002

Mir trogn a gezang! Favorite Songs of Our Generation with Yiddish texts and music, parallel transliterations, historical background, synopses, guitar chords

Introduction by Theodore Bikel, illustrations by Cecelia G. Waletsky.
Yiddish title: מיר טראגן א געזאנג

Material Type: 
Songsters
Year: 
1977

Alexander Tansman

Polish composer

Born in Lodz, Poland, studied music in his hometown and in Warsaw. Moved to Paris in 1921, spent WWII (1941-1946) in the US, but returned to Paris in 1946. Tansman incorporated Jewish elements into his works and was influenced by the neo-classical style.

Sources: Abravanel, Claude, and Yulia Kreinin. "Tansman, Alexander." Encyclopaedia Judaica.

1897-1986
Picture from Polish Music Center

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