Jüdische Volkslieder gut gemischt

Fredy Durra

The EIJM just received a collection of 33 RPM discs, among them "Fredy Durra singt Jüdische Volkslieder gut gemischt".

Fredy Durra is born in 1922 in Breslaü (in Germany at that time) and settles down in Israel in 1939. After a period where he sings in the army’s orchestra, he becomes better known as a cabaret singer with songs in Hebrew, German and Yiddish. He has performed in Israel, Germany, Switzerland, Austria...
You will find here a few songs that he performs, such as the popular folk song Resele, and also cabaret songs writen by his contemporaries such as Dave Cash, Benzion Wittler or Robitschek.

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  • Weit, weit in Polen...

  • Resele

  • Bluffen

  • Die Schwieger (mutter)

  • Mischen

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