(DE) ACCENTUU ECCLESIASTICORU EXQUISITA RATIONE, SCZ lectionalli, epistolari, et euangelico, libellus omnibus sacris iniciatis, vicarijs et ecclesiae ministris, non minus vtillis quam neccessarius (SENDREY 1936)

Musical notes, explaination of Gregorian Chant (with Latin text). The hymn of St. Stanislaus given with notes for 4 voices; Discantus, altus, tenor, contratenor, in mensural notation, Latin text. pp. 98-101. Jewish Theological Seminary Library, NY. For further notes see Sendrey, p.82.

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Gershon Sirota


Gershon Sirota was born in 1874 in Podolia, where his father officiated as the village cantor. As a boy, Sirota frequently assisted his father in leading services at the local synagogue. At the age of 13, Sirota went to visit his grandparents in Odessa and was hired to lead services at the local Bet Hamedrash (small house of prayer), where his grandfather was a member. The board of trustees, and other music professionals in attendance, were taken aback by the young boy’s talent.