This study focuses on the processes by which members of the Dutchville minyan consruct meaningful Judaism out of their ambivalence towards tradition, exploring their worship practices, celebrations, history and conflicts.
Originally presented as the author’s thesis (Ph.D.)-- University of Pennsylvania, 1982.
The author is also known under the name Lenore Eve Weissler.
Born in London, was a concert pianist from an early age. As a composer he wrote works for piano, organ, orchestra and opera, and had a special interest in devotional music for the synagogue. He wrote 124 settings for synagogue services of Reform Judaism.