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Songs about Shoin:
Shlof Shoin Main Jankele by Yaacov Shapiro from the Album Best of Yiddish Songs and Klezmer Music
Kim Shoin Zu Mir (Come to Me Already) by Boris Savchuk from the Album The Soul of the Jewish Violin (Vol 3)
Kumt Shoin by MBD & Dovid Gabay Hamenagnim Orchestra from the Album Hu Levado
Noo Zug Mir Shoin Ven by The Barry Sisters from the Album The World Of The Barry Sisters: Memorable Jewish Melodies
Noo Zug Mir Shoin Ven by The Barry Sisters from the Album Live in Israel
Shlof Shoin Main Jankele by Yaacov Shapiro from the Album Yiddish and Klezmer
Shlof Shoin Main Jankele by Yaacov Shapiro from the Album World Music for Reading
Books about Shoin:
Iz Ess Shoin Shabbos (Yiddish Edition) by Ellen Emerman, (Hachai Publishing) and Tova Leff (Jan 1, 2006)
Shoin Farfalen / Acht Yohr Zeit / De Naye 21 / Lizkes Kinder - Score by Traditional (Apr 25, 2013)
Shoin: Webster's Timeline History, 1838 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Shoin by H Kitao (1931)
Now, his mother and Yoshida Shoin - and not turned away sound mind (1999) ISBN: 4883880419 [Japanese Import] by Yasushi Naito spring (0010)
Architecture in the Shoin Style: Japanese Feudal Residences (Japanese arts library) by Fumio Hashimoto and H. Mack Horton (Mar 1982)
Japanese Tie-dyeing (Kyoto Shoin's Art Library of Japanese Textiles, Volume 11) by ANDO Hiroko (1993)
Wiki information Shoin:
Shoin is a type of audience hall in Japanese architecture that was developed during the Muromachi period. The term originally meant a study and a place for lectures on the sūtra within a temple, but later it came to mean just a drawing room or study....
Shoin-zukuri is a style of Japanese residential architecture used in the mansions of the military, temple guest halls, and Zen abbot's quarters of the Azuchi-Momoyama and Edo periods. It forms the basis of today's traditional-style Japanese house....