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Print and download in PDF or MIDI Tumbalalaika. Tum (טום) is the Yiddish word for noise and a balalaika (באַלאַלײַקע) is a stringed musical instrument of Russian origin. tumbalalaika jewish russian jewish-russian folk traditional israeli yiddish european.
Tum (. טום) is the Yiddish word for noise and a balalaika (. באַלאַלײַקע) is a stringed musical instrument of Russian origin. The song Over and Over by Nana Mouskouri uses this melody. The song, "Tumbalalaika (The Riddle)" by Natalia Zukerman is a poetic adaptation of this to English, with the chorus remaining in Yiddish.
Tum. (טום) is the Yiddish word for noise and a balalaika. Original lyrics in Yiddish. A stone can grow, grow without rain Love can burn and never end A heart can yearn, cry without tears. Brighton Beach Memories - Neil Sedaka Sings Yiddish is a 2003 album by Neil Sedaka for Sameach Music. Sedaka went on to perform the songs with the Klezmatics as a benefit for the Jewish Theater of New York in 2004.
LT → Yiddish → Yiddish Folk → Tumbalalaika (טומבאַלאַלאַיקאַ) → Slovak. Tumbalalaika (טומבאַלאַלאַיקאַ) (Slovak translation). Artist: Yiddish Folk. Featuring artist: Benzion Miller, Alberto Mizrahi, Naftali Hershtik. Also performed by: Gevolt. Song: Tumbalalaika (טומבאַלאַלאַיקאַ) 9 translations. Translations: English, French, Hebrew, Hungarian, Russian Slovak, Turkish, Vietnamese. Proofreading requested. Tumbalalaika (טומבאַלאַלאַיקאַ).