Arbetloze Marsh (Marche des chômeurs)
for mixed choir and guitar
Solist(s) soprano

Arbetloze Marsh is Yiddish for March of the Unemployed (link in french). It is one of its composer's most popular songs. It played an important role in the Warsaw Uprising, an armed uprising against the German occupiers organised by the Polish resistance between August first and 2 October 1944.

Composed in 1930
Sung in Yiddish
Website describing the score (in French)

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