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Alternate Title: Song for Children Lebanese Lullaby

Syrian Americans vocals Ethnography Music Arabic songs Lullabies Dyal-Upchurch Building Jacksonville, Florida Duval County

The lullaby in the Arabic language is based on a fourteenth century historical incident, which took place in Lebanon. This little story is told in song, and is meant to express the love of a father and mother for their children, as well as the danger they will risk in order to get a child out of trouble. A textual transcription of this song, in English and entitled "Lebanese Lullaby," forms part of this collection. Mr. Nicholas Debs came to the United States in 1920.

Language: Arabic Kalpak
Duration: 3 Minutes, 13 Seconds
Performer: : Debs, Nicholas

Florida Folksong - [Ughniyah Li Al-Atfal]

Item ID: 45509634
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