Biographies

Conducted a worker's chorus under the pseudonym of Rosebery d'Arguto in a suburb of Berlin before the war. In 1939, he was arrested as a socialist and as a Jew and sent to Sachsenhausen, where...

Born in Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine, immigrated to the U.S. in 1912. Widely considered the most popular cantor of his time, Rosenblatt composed and arranged numerous religious works and had a major...

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German cantor and composer Moritz/Moses Rosenhaput...

Born in Naliboki, Vilna, served as cantor in the Great Synagogue of Riga and was a very popular cantor of his time. Rosowsky composed several works for the synagogue, the most important of...

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Solomon Rosowky, son of prominent cantor Baruch Leib Rosowsky, was born in ...

Also know as Madama Europa. She was a female singer in the Gonzaga family court of Mantua, Italy in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Europa was the sister of...

Though much ink has been spilled reviewing the vast musical contribution of Jewish-Italian composer Salamone de Rossi, not much is known about his life. The little information that we do know...

Born in Trnjani (today Ukraine). Studied in Zagreb and Vienna (1928-1932), was an opera singer, and performed across Europe. Immigrated to the U.S. in 1955, where he taught voice at Indiana...

Leyb Rozental was one of the most prolific writers of revue theater in the Vilna ghetto. Many of his songs were written for and sung by his sister, Chayele. Rozental's songs were also sung and...

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