and Molly Freedman Jewish Music Archive|
The Robert and Molly Freedman Jewish Music Archive
contains more than 2,200 recordings and over 200 printed music titles,
primarily in Yiddish and Hebrew. The collection covers folk and art
songs, theater, comedy, and klezmer music, published in Eastern and
Central Europe, Israel, Argentina, and the United States over the course
of the 20th century.
Abraham (Avrom) Goldfaden, 1840-1908
Aleyn in Veg
New York: Jos. P. Katz, 1915
In: Robert and Molly Freedman Jewish Music Archive
The text for Aleyn in Veg (Alone on the Road) was written by the nineteenth-century Russian poet Mikhail Lermontov and later translated into Yiddish by Avrom Reisen. Published in New York, the voice and piano arrangement exhibited here was sold in Philadelphia, as indicated by the stamp on the cover of the song.
Last update: Monday, 03-Feb-2003 11:09:52 EST