Jewish music

Musica Judaica: Journal of the American Society for Jewish Music

The journal presents scholarly as well as semi-popular papers on various aspects of Jewish music. The aim of the Society is “to raise the standards of composition and performance in Jewish music, both liturgical and secular... to encourage research in all areas of Jewish sponsor performances of new and rarely heard commission new works of Jewish interest... to establish links with students and faculty at academic institutions. . .

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המורשה המוסיקלית של קהילות ישראל [The Musical Heritage of the Jewish Communities]

The publication is meant for self-study and it serves as a course on Jewish music for students of Everyman's University. Each unit is written by a different author, but all are edited by the main contributor.

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Idelsohn's Scholarly and Literary Publications: An Annotated Bibliography

An indispensable tool for grasping the scope of A.Z. Idelsohn’s oeuvre. Although not covering all of his writings, it discusses in detail all Idelsohn’s major works providing also a guide to the connections between his different works and the evolution of his ideas.


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Articles in Books