Aaron Lebedeff love

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  • In a classic Yiddish theater song from the 1920s that is still popular today, Aaron Lebedeff, known in his day as "the Maurice Chevalier of the Yiddish stage," opened with a striking cantorial-style refrain: "Roumania, Roumania, Roumania, Roumania."

    Alan Elsner: The Sad End of Romanian Jewry

  • In 1929, she was invited to join the company of the legendary Aaron Lebedeff in Chicago, where she performed a leading role for the first time.

    Miriam Kressyn.

  • Peter of the Aaron Lebedeff site spotted this French-language site about Judeo-Arabic music from Algeria:

    the KlezmerShack

  • In a classic Yiddish theater song from the 1920s that is still popular today, Aaron Lebedeff, known in his day as "the Maurice Chevalier of the Yiddish stage," opened with a striking cantorial-style refrain:

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  • HPFacebookVoteV2. init (403453, 'The Sad End of Romanian Jewry', 'In a classic Yiddish theater song from the 1920s that is still popular today, Aaron Lebedeff, known in his day as \ "the Maurice Chevalier of the Yiddish stage, \" opened with a striking cantorial-style refrain: \ "Roumania, Roumania, Roumania, Roumania.

    Alan Elsner: The Sad End of Romanian Jewry

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