Joan Franks Williams - Biography
Viktor Ullmann - Publications
Material Type:BooksYear:1993Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Material Type:BooksYear:1992Content Type: Bibliographic Items
Viktor Ullmann - Biography
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.
Martin (Rosebery d'Arguto) Rosenberg - Biography
Michal Smoira-Cohn - Publications
Michal Smoira-Cohn - Biography
Born in Tel Aviv, Michal Smoira-Cohn studied at the Palestine Academy of Music (graduated 1947), and later at Uppsala University in Sweden (1956-1958). Among her many activities in Israel's music scene are, to name a few: Editor of Bat Kol magazine; director of the Haifa Symphony Orchestra; music critic for Ha'aretz newspaper; and lecturer at Tel Aviv University and at the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem. Her writings discuss subjects such as Israeli folksongs, and various phases in the history of Jewish music.
Jacob Koppel Sandler - Publications
Jacob Koppel Sandler - Biography
Born in Belaya Tserkov,
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.