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Israeli folk music: songs of the early pioneers

Songs for voice and piano, arr. by various composers from Israeli folk songs. With a foreword and an afterword by Philip V. Bohlman. Hebrew words (romanized); Hebrew characters and English translations printed as texts. Includes critical and analytical commentary, as well as bibliographical references.
Contents: Havu L’venim (הבו לבנים) / Kurt Weill
Gam Hayom (גם היום) / Darius Milhaud
Ra’inu Amalenu (ראינו עמלנו) / Arthur Honegger

Material Type: 
Scores
Year: 
1994

Hebraeisch-orientalischer Melodienschatz, 10[E]: Gesaenge der Chassidim [Songs of the Chassidim]


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This entry is part of an online exhibit entitled: "Hava Nagila: From Idelsohn to Belafonte & Beyond," prepared by Eva Heinstein with help from the JMRC staff. To view the exhibit in its entirety click on the link above.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

Hebraeisch-orientalischer Melodienschatz, 09[G]: Der Volksgesang der osteuropaeischen Juden


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This entry is part of an online exhibit entitled: "Hava Nagila: From Idelsohn to Belafonte & Beyond," prepared by Eva Heinstein with help from the JMRC staff. To view the exhibit in its entirety click on the link above.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

Hebraeisch-orientalischer Melodienschatz, 09[E]: Der Volksgesang der osteuropaeischen Juden [The Folk Song of the East European Jews]


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This entry is part of an online exhibit entitled: "Hava Nagila: From Idelsohn to Belafonte & Beyond," prepared by Eva Heinstein with help from the JMRC staff. To view the exhibit in its entirety click on the link above.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

Hebraeisch-orientalischer Melodienschatz, 08[G]: Der Synagogengesang der osteuropaeischen Juden

Also exists in English. This is the first of the three volumes which deal with music of East European Jews. It was published in 1932 in German and English. The volume has two parts. Part I contains melodies as they were sung by non-professional ba'ale tefillah. Here Idelsohn was both scholar and informant; most of the melodies he wrote down from his own memory, the rest he gathered from various cantors' manuscripts. Part II is an edition of cantorial compositions from manuscripts

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

Hebraeisch-orientalischer Melodienschatz, 08[E]: Der Synagogengesang der osteuropaeischen Juden [The Synagogue Song of the East-European Jews]

Also exists in German. This is the first of the three volumes which deal with music of East European Jews. It was published in 1932 in German and English. The volume has two parts. Part I contains melodies as they were sung by non-professional ba'ale tefillah. Here Idelsohn was both scholar and informant; most of the melodies he wrote down from his own memory, the rest he gathered from various cantors' manuscripts. Part II is an edition of cantorial compositions from manuscripts

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1932

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