Various - Songs Of World War II mp3 flac
01:42:49 Gracie Fields The Thing-Ummy-Bob (That's Going To Win The War) 36. 01:45:32 Joe Loss Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition 37. 01:48:20 Vera Lynn You'll Never Know 38.
I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire.
This category has only the following subcategory. Pages in category "Songs of World War II". The following 81 pages are in this category, out of 81 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Role of music in World War II.
Album · 1998 · 51 Songs. The Thing-Ummy-Bob (That's Going to Win the War).
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As World War II raged through Europe, a group of Soviet Yiddish scholars embarked on an ambitious goal to preserve Jewish culture of the 1940s. These historians believed that it was their duty to record stories, poems and songs by Jews who lived through this. They hoped to publish these songs, but the project was never completed. The Soviet Union, World War II: A team of ethnomusicologists led by Moisei Beregovsky collects hundreds of Yiddish songs documenting the wartime Jewish experience. Eventually freed, Beregovsky dies believing the collection is lost.
So, below are some of the songs that were sung by lovers, heard in the pubs, clubs and barracks as the world was at war for the second time in the century. 15. Vera Lynn- (There’ll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover. In 1942, Vera Lynn recorded (There’ll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover. 1. ick Haymes – You’ll Never Know. The mood of the song is sentimental and nostalgic because it is about two lovers separated by war. immy Dorsey & Orchestra. Vocalist O’Connell sings sweetly without embellishment while dreaming of her lover’s safe return from war. The audience can easily picture a girl-next-door type gazing out of a window adorned with a star signifying her lover’s involvement in the war, waiting patiently and keeping the fires of the home front burning.
Yiddish Glory: The Lost Songs of World War II is the new recording of music created during the darkest chapter of European Jewish history. In the midst of World War II, a group of scholars led by ethnomusicologist Moisei Beregovsky (1892 – 1961) discovered songs written by Jewish Red Army soldiers, refugees, victims and survivors of Ukrainian ghettos . The album, released February 2018 is the result of a remarkable collaboration between artist Psoy Korolenko and Yiddish Professor Anna Shternshis. Although some archival documents had their melodies preserved, most were simply lyrics written on small scraps of paper.