The Samoun-Szlakman’s holding

Music of Yiddish cabaret, Israeli music...

The holding given by Marlène Samoun comprise around 30 discs that she inherited from the Szlakman family.
It includes popular Jewish music, Yiddish cabaret singers or records from Israeli festivals.

These archives are now available for consultation on our collection’s catalog
([Look at the Samoun-Szlakman main holding > http://www.rachelnet.net/F/?func=find-c&ccl_term=WHOC%3Dsamoun&local_base=reb01&x=9&y=11])

or by taking an appointment at the European Institute for Jeiwsh Music.(contact@iemj.org)

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  • Yossl ber - Mort FREEMAN

  • Nisht dos Hob Ich Gemeint - Chayele SHIFFER

  • Dem Zeidens Mayse - Henri GERRO & Rosita LONDNER

  • Waltz - Ben Zion Shenker

  • I learned it the hard way - Raava MEHEMNA

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