The earlier version, entitled “Cross-Repertoire Motifs in the Liturgical Music of Ashkenazi Tradition,” was presented at the World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2013. This article is an expanded and elaborated version of that paper.
A survey of Jewish music from Biblical times to the present that compiles a great amount of selective data without offering in-depth insights into the social context in which the music is created, performed, judged and consumed.
Cantorial study texts for Nusah, contemporary Jewish liturgical music for the synagogue service, musicals for children, oratorios, song cycles, orchestral works and more. Music is available for purchase in printed form as well as downloadable pdf files.
Hosha'na Rabbah in Casale Monferrato 1732.
Works from the 18th century repertory of the communities of Amsterdam: cantatas and choral works; and Casale Monferrato: A Musical Ceremony for Hosha'na Rabbah, from 1732.