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Robert and Molly Freedman Archive

University of Pennsylvania

(Pennsylvania, USA) Online Catalog. No access to documents. More than 35,000 records in the catalog.

Located in the University of Pennsylvania’s rare and manuscript library, the Robert and Molly Freedman Jewish Music Archive contains more than 4,000 recordings, mostly in Yiddish and Hebrew.
More than 35,000 records appear in the trilingual catalog, including the names of musical pieces or ensembles, authors, composers, performers ...
The collections include recordings of 78 rpm and 33 rpm recordings, audiocassettes and CDs.

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