Biographies

Yizhak Edel - Publications

Yizhak Edel - Biography

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Haim Effendi - Publications

Haim Effendi - Biography

 

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Abel Ehrlich - Biography

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Marysia (Miriam) Eisenstadt - Biography

Young singer who performed classical and Jewish music concerts  in the Warsaw ghetto during World War II.

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Judith Kaplan Eisenstein - Publications

Judith Kaplan Eisenstein - Biography

American author, musicologist and composer. Born in New York, U.S.A. Studied at Columbia University, the Jewish Theology Seminary, and the Hebrew Union College. Later taught at JTS and HUC. Published studies in Jewish music, Jewish songbooks, and her own compositions. Took part in the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement.

Source: Encyclopedia Judaica.  

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Eliram, Talila

Researcher, Shirei Eretz Israel (Songs of the Land of Israel)

Talila Eliram - Publications

Talila Eliram - Biography

Ph.D. Psychology Department, Bar-Ilan University (1989), dissertation title: “Familial variables and Peer Group Exposure as Determinants of Social Orientation”; Ph.D. Department of Music, Bar-Ilan University (2001), dissertation title: On the Music and Social Characteristics of the ‘Songs of the Land of Israel’. Lecturer and director of the Israeli Folk Music Research Center. Ethnomusicologist with special interests in the Songs of the Land of Israel, musical culture of Israel and computer aided research in music.

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Talila Eliram - Detials

Email: 
eliram@mail.biu.ac.il
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Ellstein, Abraham

Songwriter, composer & conductor of the American Yiddish Theater
1907–1963

Abraham Ellstein - Publications

Abraham Ellstein - Biography

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Engel, Joel

Composer, arranger, music editor, a member of the St. Petersburg School of Jewish composers, and one of the founders of the Society for Jewish Folk Music
1868-1927

Joel Engel - Biography

See biography in Yivo Encyclopedia, written by James Loeffler.

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Gershon Ephros - Publications

Gershon Ephros - Biography

Cantor and composer. Gershon Ephros was born in Serotsk, Poland. His father died when he was ten, and Ephros moved to live with his grandfather, Cantor Moses Fromberg. He received his first musical training while being part of his grandfather's choir, traveling and performing in the countryside. At the early age of 17, Ephros became a choir leader in Zgersh.

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Yitzchak Eshel (Friedlander) - Biography

Cantor. Born in Debrecen, Hungary in 1912, and immigrated to Israel in 1949. Held cantorial positions in many cities, including Munich, Debrecen, Tel Aviv, Pittsburg (USA) and more. Toured in concerts around the world and taught many young cantors.

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