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9 Responses to Percy Einsig, The Pennsylvania Dutch Singing Troubadour* - De Ford Machine / Schnitzelbank (Vinyl)

  1. Kazit says:
    The following is a study of a musical piece of the rich cultural heritage of some of the early settlers of Pennsylvania known as the Pennsylvania Dutch. This study can be a vehicle for musical experiences through singing, notating, creating and analyzing to music.
  2. Mikaktilar says:
    PERCY EINSIG (auch: EINZIG) war ein `Pennsylvania Singing Dutch Troubadour`, der zwar kein Deutsch richtig sprechen konnte, aber von deutschen Eltern abstammte. Er gehörte zur Singing Community in Pennsylvania, die `Pennsylvanian Dutch` sang, welches nicht der holländischen, sondern eher einer Misch-Version der deutschen Sprache entsprach. EINSIG wurde in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
  3. Tegar says:
    Proverbs and Sayings of the Pennsylvania Germans Source: The Dreisbach Family Journal, Vol. 1 #2, January , pp. , attributed to The Pennsylvania German Society It is sometimes taken from granted by ignorant persons, that the Pennsylvania Germans have no language of their own, that they speak a "provincial dialect," that their language is an admixture of English, or that it is Dutch.
  4. JoJoshakar says:
    Percy Einsig () was a Pennsylvania Dutch musician. Also exists with yellow paper labels, and on 78rpm. Possible date though if so, the blue labels must be later pressings.
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    Whoever the children are in your life - your kids, your grandkids, your students, even yourself (in your heart) - Kid Songs Around The World is a wonderful way to help them experience other languages and cultures. We've gathered of our favorite songs and rhymes from all the continents of the globe.
  7. Malmaran says:
    Pennsylvania Dutch. Religious groups who settled in Pennsylvania from Germany and Switzerland. Hex Signs. Colorful signs found on the barns of some Mennonite people Amish people are called the "plain people" because they live life simply by the Bible without any modern devices and machines. Name three beliefs of the Amish that are different.
  8. Dulkree says:
    Mar 09,  · Pennsylvania’s tradition of ritual healing known as powwow, or Braucherei in the language of the Pennsylvania Dutch, is one of many vernacular healing systems in North America that combines elements of religion and belief with health and healing. 1 Informed primarily by oral tradition, powwow encompasses a wide spectrum of healing rituals for.
  9. Sacage says:
    percy einsig the pennsylvania dutch singing troubadour up-town de ford machine/schnitzelbank. condition is vg++. shipping is $4 in usa and $ elsewhere. no additional shipping charges for additional 45s. please look at my other mightworkerfedicoifyn.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.

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