JMRC's Researchers

Yael Shai - Publications

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Francesco Spagnolo - Publications

Francesco Spagnolo - Biography

Laurea summa cum laude in Philosophy (Aesthetics), Università degli Studi di Milano (1994) with the Dissertation Fragments of Identity: Uses and Theories of Quotation between W. Allen and S. Sontag. Music BA from the Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi," Milan (1987), with the Honor's Thesis Jews, Memory and the Present. Synagogue Song in the Works of E. Bloch, D. Milhaud and A. Schoenberg. Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Musicology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Dissertation topic: The Musical Traditions of the Jews in Piedmont.

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Francesco Spagnolo - Detials

Email: 
yuval@powerlink.it
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Boaz Tarsi - Publications

Boaz Tarsi - Biography

BM, Rubin Academy of Music; MFA and DMA, Cornell University

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Boaz Tarsi - Detials

Email: 
tarsi@earthlink.net
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Susana Weich-Shahak - Publications

Susana Weich-Shahak - Biography

Born in Argentina, lives in Israel since 1958.

PhD degree in Musicology at the Tel Aviv University (1986); BA and MA in Musicology and piano at the Conservatorio Nacional (Buenos Aires) and the Tel Aviv University Music Academy.

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Susana Weich-Shahak - Detials

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sweichshahak@gmail.com
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Abigail Wood - Publications

Abigail Wood - Biography

Lecturer in ethnomusicology in the Department of Music, University of Haifa. Completed her PhD on Yiddish song in contemporary North America at Cambridge University, UK in 2004, supervised by Dr. Ruth Davis. She was Lecturer in Music at Southampton University from 2002-6, and moved to take up the Joe Loss Lectureship in Jewish Music at SOAS, University of London in 2006. In 2013 her book ''And we're all brothers': Singing in Yiddish in contemporary North America' has been published.

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Abigail Wood - Detials

Email: 
AVIGAIL.WOOD@GMAIL.COM
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Kumiko Yayama - Biography

Received her BA and MA in musicology and classical piano performance at Kunitachi College of Music in Tokyo. On her MA study, she focused on Ethnic Japanese music. In 1992 she came to the Hebrew University, and in 1993 started to teach the Japanese language in the department of Asian studies. In 2004, received her Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology at the Hebrew University, focusing the different aspects of the custom of singing Bakashot.

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Kumiko Yayama - Detials

Email: 
kumikoyayama@yahoo.co.jp
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גלאי, רחלי

Cellist, educator, and researcher specializing in Jewish music and music education in Israel.

Racheli Galay - Publications

Racheli Galay - Biography

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racheli.galay@gmail.com
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