4 edition of Economy in Yiddish vocalism found in the catalog.
Economy in Yiddish vocalism
Neil G. Jacobs
Includes bibliographical references (p. -174).
|Statement||Neil G. Jacobs.|
|Series||Mediterranean language and culture monograph series,, v. 7|
|LC Classifications||PJ5116 .J3 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||91198746|
Reconstruction of the Proto Vocalism of the Semitic Component in Yiddish ( meg) From Aramaic to Yiddish (April handouts to Dec. paper of the same name) ( meg)5/5. The oldest surviving literary document in Yiddish is a blessing in a Hebrew prayer book from , and the Prague Passover Haggadah contained the first page printed in Yiddish. The advent of the printing press in the sixteenth century resulted in an increase in the amount of Yiddish material produced that has survived.
Since its publication in Yiddish: An Introduction to the Language, Literature & Culture has become the leading Yiddish textbook. It is a comprehensive program with book, answer key, and very thorough recordings (Answer Key and CD Set sold separately), and . Yiddish literature - Yiddish literature - Modern Yiddish literature: The most important period in Yiddish literature began in , with the publication of S.Y. (Sholem Yankev) Abramovitsh’s Dos kleyne mentshele (“The Little Man,” Eng. trans. The Parasite). Abramovitsh wrote his most important works while residing in Berdychev (now Berdychiv), Zhitomir (now Zhytomyr), and Odessa (all now.
Downloadable eBook. Sing in Yiddish with authentic pronunciation and word-for-word understanding. The complete text of 67 of the most popular folk and theater songs are given in standard transliteration and additional phonetic aids. The translations are designed to give complete knowledge of . 11K+ digitized Yiddish books, audio and video from the Yiddish Book Center; also materials from YIVO and other libraries Author, title or keyword. Use Yiddish, English and transliterated terms such as “Yidishe lider” and “Yiddish songs” for best results.
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Two decades have passed since the National Yiddish Book Center assembled its first core collection of Yiddish books for research libraries. The s and s experienced an expansion of Yiddish studies in colleges and universities, and library resources for Yiddish were patchy at best.
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In addition to grammar, vocabulary and exercises the book also contains reading passages, songs, and sayings and proverbs. It is a delight to learn with this book. As others have stated, this book uses Roman letters very sparingly and only at the beginning. To learn Yiddish you need to learn the Hebrew alphabet/5(32).
Neil G. Jacobs has written: 'Economy in Yiddish vocalism' -- subject(s): Foreign elements, Hebrew, Hebrew language, Influence on Yiddish, Vowels, Yiddish language Asked in Judaism, English to Hebrew.
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