Useful Yiddish-Language Sources

Bastomski, Solomon, Baym kval; materyaln tsum yidishn folklor: yidishe folkslider [At the source; materials for Yiddish folklore: Yiddish folk songs] (Vilna, 1923).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc201219

Beregovski, Moshe and I. Fefer, Yidishe folkslider [Yiddish folk songs] (Kiev, 1938).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc210708

Dobrushin, Y. and A. Yuditski, Yidishe folks-lider [Yiddish folksongs] (Moscow: Melukh farlag “der emes”, 1940).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/yidishefolksli00melu

Fater, Issachar, Yidishe muzik in poyln tsvishn beyde velt-milkhomes [Jewish music in Poland between the two world wars] (Tel-Aviv: Velt-federatsiye fun poylishe yidn, 1970).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc203670

Fefer, Itzkik, Shotns fun varshever geto [Shadows of Warsaw ghetto] (New York: Ikuf, 1963).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc204962

Haimovitsh, Mali, Mayne kinderyorn in shotn fun khurbn [My childhood years in the shadow of the Holoaust] (Tel-Aviv: Farlag y. l. perets, 1993).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc203374

Idisher velt-kongres in der reprezentants fun poylishn idntum in niu-york [World Jewish Congress; Representation of Polish Jewry], Durkh fayer un blut: geto bleter [Fire and blood: ghetto pages] (New York:  Idisher velt-kongres in der reprezentants fun poylishn idntum in niu-york , 1944).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc207233

Kaczerginski, Shmerke, Dos gezang fun vilner geto [The song of Vilnius ghetto] (Paris: Farband fun di vilner in frankraykh, 1947).
– available at: http://archive.org/details/dosgezangfunvi00kacz

Kahan, Salomon, Muzikalishe enseyen [Musical essays] (Meksike: Aroysgegebn fun yidishn tsentral-komitet in Meksike, 1956). See especially the section ‘In di yorn fun groysn khurbn’ pp 241-272.
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc209685

Lubetkin, Zivia, Farn koved fun undzer folk zamlung vegn geto-oyfshtand in varshe, april-may, 1943 : di letste teg in der varshever geto [In honour of our people, on the Warsaw ghetto uprising, april-may, 1943: the last days in the Warsaw Ghetto] (Toronto, Canada: organizatsye fun yidn fun poyln in Toronto, 1961).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc210890

Prilutski, Noah [Noyekh], Yidishe folkslider, Vol. 1: religiezishe un yon-tev’dike [Yiddish folk songs, volume 1: religious and festive songs] (Warsaw, 1911).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc202499

Prilutski, Noah [Noyekh], Yidishe folkslider, Vol. 2: lider un mayse’lekh fun toit / balades un legendes mit un ohn a muser-haskl [Yiddish folk songs, volume 2: songs and stories of death / ballads and legends with and without a moral] (Warsaw, 1913).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc202500

Săculet, Emil, Yidishe folkslider [Yiddish Folksongs] (Bucarest: Muzik-farlag fun dem kompozitorn-farband fun der R.P.R., 1959).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc210903

Sutzkever, Avrom, Di ershte nakht in geto [The first night in the ghetto] (Tel-Aviv: Farlag di goldene keyt, 1976).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc203216

Sutzkever, Avrom, Vilner geto 1941-44 (Paris: Farband fun di vilner in frankraykh, 1946).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc200748

Tsentral-komitet far yidn in poyln: optaylung far kultur un propaganda [Central Committee for Jews in Poland; section for culture and propaganda], Undzer gezang [Our song] (Warsaw: Tsentral-komitet far yidn in poyln: optaylung far kultur un propaganda, 1947).
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc211466

Various, Varshever geto-oyfshtand [Warsaw ghetto uprising] (New York: Faraynigtn komitet far dem tsentn yortog fun dem Varshaver geto-oyfshtand, 1953), bilingual text in English and Yiddish.
– available here: http://archive.org/details/nybc205496

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