Satz, Ludwig, 1891-1944
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Der Gazlen Beim Telefon (Joseph Cherniavsky and Ludwig Satz); Ich Vill Nit Gehn In Cheder (Joseph Cherniavsky and Sholem Aleichem)
Standardized YIVO transliteration
Der gazlen baym telefon; Ikh vil nit geyn in kheyder
Ludwig Satz, voice
voice and orchestra
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New York, NY
Gazlen (Der Gazlen Beim Telefon)
This collection contains materials relating to the musical and theatrical career of Ludwig Satz and includes sheet music, concert programs, a play script, and publicity notices. There are also paintings, printing plates, a walking cane, and a plaster head cast in the Museum collections.
This collection contains 331 Yiddish theater and film posters, mainly from the first half of the twentieth century, from North and South America.
Clippings of published photos. Includes Ben-Ami in his role in "Di grine felder." One item includes a separate image of Ludwig Satz. 2 items.
Localities: Bucharest, Buenos Aires, Kaunas, Łódź, New York, Warsaw
Two playbills for Satz starring in "Alts far kinder" by Sheyne Rokhl Semkoff. The other items are fliers for the film Zayn vaybs lubovnik (His Wife's Lover). 8 items.
Two handwritten manuscripts (12 and 18 pp.), entitled "Gavriel Gorlov," evidently drafts of the speech given by Satz in his role as Gorlov, the honoree at a banquet on his 50th anniversary in Yiddish theater, as part of the revue show "Vacation Follies" at the Second Avenue Theatre, on 18 August 1931; the show benefited the Forward's Vacation Fund for children of poor workers' families. 2 items.
Localities: Lwów (Lviv), New York, Warsaw
Programs for the following plays: "Dem rebns zundele" by William Siegel," with music by Herman Wohl; "Alts far kinder" by Sheyne Rokhl Simkoff; and "Der meshugener" and "Der gazlen" by H. Kalmanovitch. One program for "Der gazlen" also highlights the participation of Fanny Lubritsky, Diana (Dinah) Goldberg, and Dave Lubritsky. Also includes a clipping stored in Oversize Box 92. 8 items.
This subseries comprises approximately 1,000 oversize posters stored in map drawers. In Jonas Turkow's arrangement and cataloging of the items in the collection, oversize posters were fully integrated with the playbills found in Subseries 3; the item numbers they received fall within the same sequence as those of the playbills. Both types of items were categorized under the Yiddish heading "afishn" (posters, playbills; related to the French: affiche). The arrangement of the posters, therefore, mirrors that of the playbills in Subseries 3, with correponding folder titles and numbers (the folders containing posters are distinguished with the addition of a suffix "P" to the folder number).