Mischak (Game), Song, Op. 200 No. 5 (1946)

Note: The song Mischak is part of a collection of children’s songs Opus 200:
No. 1: Shnei Orchim (Two Visitors)
No. 2: Parpar Aviv (Spring Butterfly)
No. 3: Habuba Vehabubonet (The Big Doll and the Small Doll)
No. 4: Dani Gibor (Brave Danny)
No. 5: Mischak (Game)

From the 1948 book Twelve Notes for the Children of Israel: Lavry tells the story of the 'magic stick' and introduces the music to the song Mischak (Game)

From the 1948 book Twelve Notes for the Children of Israel:
Lavry tells the story of the ‘magic stick’ and introduces the music to the song Mischak (Game)

Mischak for Voice and Piano – 2013:
Lior Stern, Soprano
Yoav Meir Weiss, Piano

Lyrics: Ella Vilensky

Duration: 1:30 minutes

Additional details: email music@marclavry.org

Synopsis:
Marc Lavry chose 5 children’s songs by different lyricists and gathered them into one collection (Opus 200.) Mischak (Game) is one of them.

Mischak / Ella Vilensky
(Transliterated from Hebrew)

Tut sadeh einenu tut,
Vedavid eineno rut,
Rut eina gid’on,
Rishon eino achron.
Acharon, achron chaviv,
Bo nisa letel-aviv,
Ki pore’ach kvar mizman
Tut sadeh beramat gan.

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