Simeon Bellison - Biography
Clarinetist and teacher. Born in
Paul Ben-Haim - Biography
Paul Ben-Haim (Munich, 1897- Tel-Aviv, 1984, emigrated to Palestine in 1933) was the most recognized Israeli composer abroad, at least until the 1970s. A composer, conductor, pianist and teacher, he had already developed a career as a conductor of operas in Germany in the early 1930s, which he was forced to forsake following the rise of fascism. The most prolific of the founding fathers of Israeli music (excluding, perhaps, Marc Lavry), he wrote over 250 works—including over 100 Lieder and vocal, chamber and symphonic works.
Moses Beregovski - Publications
Material Type:ScoresYear:1987Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:BooksYear:1987Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:BooksYear:1982Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:ArticlesYear:1962Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:BooksYear:1962Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Moses Beregovski - Biography
Herman Berlinski - Publications
Herman Berlinski - Biography
Abraham Moshe Bernstein - Publications
Material Type:ScoresYear:1930Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:ScoresYear:1927Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Abraham Moshe Bernstein - Biography
Born in Shatsk (today
Two comprehensive biographies covering the life and works of Abraham Moshe Bernstein can be found here.
Leonard Bernstein - Biography
Pianist, conductor and composer. Born in Lawerence, Mass. Diverse musician and was well known in the U.S. and abroad in many musical fields: as conductor (NY Philharmonic orchestra, and many others), composer, pianist and television personality (making a series of televised lectures about music).
Many biographies have been written about Leonard Bernstein (three can be found below) about different aspects of his life.
Gary Bertini - Biography
Born in Bessarabia (today Moldova), immigrated to Palestine in 1946. Founded and directed the Rinat Choir (1955-1974), the Israel Chamber Orchestra (1964-1975) and other Israeli musical establishments. Was an acclaimed conductor in Israel and abroad. As a composer, known mostly for his incidental theater music.
For an extended biography, courtesy of Gary Bertini's website, click here.
David Beyglman - Biography
David Beyglman, conductor, was born in 1887 in Ostrowiec (Kielce province of Poland). Beyglman began his musical education at a young age, studying several instruments, chiefly the clarinet and the violin. In 1912, he became the director of the Yitskhok Zanberg Yiddish Theater Company. In addition, he was affiliated with the Azazel and Ararat Yiddish Theaters centered in Lodz.
Theodor Bikel - Publications
Mir trogn a gezang! Favorite Songs of Our Generation with Yiddish texts and music, parallel transliterations, historical background, synopses, guitar chordsMaterial Type:SongstersYear:1977Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Theodor Bikel - Biography
Born in Vienna, Austria and immigrated to Palestine with his parents at age 13. Studied at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in London (1946-1948), and immigrated to the United States in the 1950's. As a singer and as an actor, Bikel performed in many Broadway Theater productions, as well as in television shows and in movies. As a folk singer he sang songs that spanned over 20 languages, and he accompanied himself on a wide variety of instruments. Bikel recorded many albums, and performed all over the world.
Abraham Wolf Binder - Publications
Material Type:BooksYear:1971Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:Articles in BooksYear:1966Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:ScoresYear:1959Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:Articles in BooksYear:1952Content Type: Bibliographic Items