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Der naser keiver oder Churbon Titanic
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Image ID: g00c128_002

Der naser keiver oder Churbon Titanic  [The Titanic's disaster] (1912)

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Image Title

:  Der naser keiver oder Churbon Titanic

Alternate Title

: The Titanic's disaster

Creator

: Russotto, H. -- unknown role

Additional Name(s)

: Keller, J. -- Illustrator

Created Date

: 1912

Specific Material Type

: music

Item Physical Description

: 1 score (3 p.) : ill. ; 34 cm.

Notes

: Caption title. Note 2.) Cover illustrated by J. Keller. Note 3.) Covers separated; edges torn. Note 4.) First line of refrain: Mensh megst op mesten sharfen dein moi ach. Note 5.) First line of text: Ach trauert be dauert dem groisen frushen broch. Note 6.) For voice and piano. Note 7.) In Yiddish, both in Hebrew characters and transliterated. Note 8.) National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project. Note 9.) Text printed on inside front cover in Hebrew characters and transliterated Yiddish; spelling in transliteration varies from spelling in verses printed under music. Note 10.) Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923

Source

: Published music.

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Music Division

Catalog Call Number

: Music (Sheet) 00-366

Digital ID

: g00c128_001

Record ID

: 184959

Digital Item Published

: 12-20-2005; updated 3-25-2011

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