Songs for 1-3 voices with piano or 4 voices unaccompanied. Music by Isaac Nathan, words by Lord Byron; edited, with introduction and notes, by Frederick Burwick and Paul Douglass. Reprint of London 1815-16 edition.
Gekuerzte und neu zusammengestellte Ausgabe... Auf Lasst Uns Singen - Reprint of Hawa naschira! (Frankfurt, 1935). Eine Sammlung von Texten und Noten - a Collection of texts and scores of songs in Hebrew, Yiddish, and German.
Viktor Ullmann was born in Teschen (now Český Těšín), Czech Republic on January 1, 1898. Ullmann’s father was an officer in the Austrian Imperial Army stationed in Teschen. In 1909, the Ullmann family moved to Vienna, and Viktor began studying music theory with Dr. Josef Pohlaneur.
Rabbi, composer and performer. Shlomo Carlebach was born in Berlin, Germany. In 1939, he moved to the U.S. where he began his music career. Carlebach is considered by many to be the foremost Jewish religious songwriter. He recorded over 25 albums, composed up to 5,000 songs, and performed all around the world.
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