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Mille voci una stella: Il contributo degli esecutori vocali ebrei o di originale ebraica alla musica operistica e classica (One thousand voices, one star: The contribution of Jewish or Jewish descended singers to operatic and classical music).

Lives and musical achievements of 20th-c. Jewish singers, with particular attention to those who suffered in the Holocaust.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1987

Hebraeisch-orientalischer Melodienschatz, 06[G]: Der Synagogengesang der deutschen Juden im 18. Jahrhundert

Also exists in English. Synagogue music of the German Jews in the 18th century, according to manuscripts. Includes an introductory essay on Sulzer's musical influence, the Reform, Birnbaum and the preservation of musical scores, and the cantors whose manuscripts are published in this volume for the first time.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

Hebraeisch-orientalischer Melodienschatz, 06[E]: Der Synagogengesang der deutschen Juden im 18. Jahrhundert [The Synagogue Song of the German Jews in the 18th Century]

Also exists in German. Synagogue music of the German Jews in the 18th century, according to manuscripts. Includes an introductory essay on Sulzer's musical influence, the Reform, Birnbaum and the preservation of musical scores, and the cantors whose manuscripts are published in this volume for the first time.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

Jennie Goldstein

Yiddish theater actress & singer

Yiddish theater star Jennie Goldstein was born in New York in 1896. She began acting at the age of six, playing child roles opposite actor greats Bertha Kalish, Keni Liptzin, and David Kessler. Goldstein’s childhood and early adulthood revolved around the Yiddish theater; by the age of sixteen she was already running her own theater with her husband, Max Gabel.  

1896-1960

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