Biography

Music in Terezםn 1941-1945

Retrieved from: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Research: Bibliographies Describes the musical culture that developed in the “model” ghetto, Theresienstadt, where many of Europe’s most prominent Jewish musicians and composers were detained. Reconstructs the musical repertoire performed in the ghetto. Extensively illustrated, with biographical sketches of persons featured in the text.

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Books
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1985

Idelsohn's Scholarly and Literary Publications: An Annotated Bibliography

An indispensable tool for grasping the scope of A.Z. Idelsohn’s oeuvre. Although not covering all of his writings, it discusses in detail all Idelsohn’s major works providing also a guide to the connections between his different works and the evolution of his ideas.

 

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Articles in Books
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1986

A. Z. Idelsohn: A Pioneer in Jewish Ethnomusicology

The revised version of the first part of "Two Anniversaries- Two Pioneers in Jewish Ethnomusicology," Orbis Musicae, II (1973/74): 17-18. The article gives a brief survey of Idelsohn's seminal works which layed the foundations of research in Jewish music.

Material Type: 
Articles in Books
Year: 
1986

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