P. was born in 1859 in
His father was a Talmudic
He was received a
traditional Jewish education.
In order to escape military
service, he fled to Hibinev [Uhanov, by Rawa Ruska,
Galicia], and there became a badkhan and folk
P. was a ben-torah, and
the old Belz rabbi......expressed about him, that "fun zeyn moyl shit zikh tura vi perl, azoy vi fun moshe
rebeinu fun barg sini."
Famous under the name "Moyshe'le
Hibiner" or "Moysh'le Marshalek, in his time he was one of
the popular badkhanim and folk singers in Hungary.
He also had written special
songs for the Broder Singer. His songs used to be sung
durch di desers Pepi Littman et al. Chaim Bendel sung
popular gemakht zeyns a song "Az man kan keyn pulver
nit shmekn, geyt men nit in mlkhmh areyn".
P. was a personal friend of
Avraham Goldfaden and was allowed to publish songs in
Hebrew in "Hnshr" and "Hmbshr" and in Yiddish in the "Rahatshiner"
He died on 5 August (D' Ob)
1905 in Lemberg and he left in manuscripts five books
with songs and articles.
P.'s son Jacob was a
prompter, and his son Shlomo is a Yiddish actor.
M. E. from
Feivl and Shlomo Prizament.
Yosef Margoshes --
Chasidishe badchanim, velkhe hoben frehlikh gemakht iden,
"Der amerikaner", N. Y., 2 June 1944.