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 (09-010.50-F) -  Shelf Number: MDV 684

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Date: July 17, 2002

Participants: Yakuta, Mariia Andreevna; Veliya Isakovna; Marinina, Tatiana Moiseevna. Interviewed by Dov-Ber Kerler, Dovid Katz and Jeffrey Veidlinger.

Location recorded: Teplyk, Vinnyts'ka Oblast', Ukraine

Language: Yiddish

Culture Group: Jews, Yiddish-speakers, Ukrainians

 Recording Content:   

The first part of the recording is the continuation of a formal interview with Mariia Andreevna Yakuta. (Part 4 of 4. See MDV 682, MDV 683, and MDV 689) She continues to discuss Jewish religious life in Teplyk. The interview continues with a dialectological questionnaire. In the course of the questionnaire food customs are discussed.

In the second part of the recording, the team moves into the streets of Teplyk with Boris Chechel'nitskii, the mayor, and encounters other Yiddish speakers, including Tatiana Marinina, Veliye, and Boris Chechelnitskii, the mayor of Teplyk.

The final part of the tape is an informal chat with Tatiana Moiseevna Marinina.

00:00:00 Yakuta continues to answer dialectological questions from the AHEYM Yiddish linguistic questionnaire. Yakuta also talks about life today.
00:09:52 Yakuta speaks about prewar Hanukka celebrations at home, before she continues to answer dialectological questions from the AHEYM Yiddish linguistic questionnaire. She also recalls Tishah b’Av, as well as Sabbath food customs before the war.
00:16:32 The team concludes the interview with Yakuta and then the camera cuts to the streets of Teplyk.
00:18:09 The team chats with Veliye, born in Sharhorod, about her life today. Veliye moved to Israel six years ago, and now visits her son in Teplyk. She also talks about her family and life in Israel, as well as contemporary Hasidism.
00:30:04 Veliye answers questions about cultural terminology. She then speaks about her and her family's life during World War II. Veliye was imprisoned in the Sharhorod ghetto.
00:32:32 The team greets Marinina, who joins the conversation. The team bids farewell to Veliye and they continue to chat.
00:38:59 End of recording.