עורי ציון הוי עורי לבשי עוזך (טקסט בלבד) .[זמר].
וילנסקי, משה, 1910-1997 מלחיןItem
הארכיון כולל קטלוג שירים שנעשה ע"י המלחין (נמצא בתיקיה Mus 0069 Cat), שירים, עיבודים, מכתבים, תמונות, מסמכים, קטעי עיתונות ותוכניות.
ארכיון משה וילנסקי .[חומר ארכיוני].
Archive of Moshe Wilensky [archival material]
Moshe Wilensky archive [archival material]
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